Honda Sabre

Honda Sabre

Posted on by Sulthoni  

With its bad boy attitude and the capable engine, the Honda Sabre is ready to assault the roads with poise every time you want to have some fun. It was built to draw attention, so it comes with a stylish design language that combines the sleek lines of a custom-bike with the imposing stance of a dragster. It features a relaxed riding position, clean lines, minimalist fenders and a 21-inch front tire.

The motorcycle is propelled by a 1312cc 52° V-twin, SOHC engine, which is mated to a five-speed transmission and delivers a fuel consumption of 46 mpg.

The stopping power is assured by a 336 mm front disc with twin-piston caliper and a rear 296 mm disc with single-piston caliper. The ride is kept under control by a 41 mm fork and a rear single shock.
The Honda Sabre is priced at $12,250.

Hit the jump for more information on the Honda Sabre.

Posted on by Sulthoni  

Honda is one of the most respectable motorcycle manufacturers. The company’s reputation was created over many years and each model built by the company helped to enhance the brand’s position among the market leaders.

With every year that passes Honda’s models become better and better and the Sabre makes no exception. Featuring a head-turning style, and propelled by a strong 1312 cc, 52º V-twin engine, the new Honda Sabre has all it needs to make you fall in love at the first sight.

The engine’s power is kept in leash by a capable five speed transmission which helps you get an average fuel consumption of 46 mpg.

The bike’s speed is kept under control by a set of powerful, front and rear disc brakes and there is also available Honda’s Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) as an option.

The Honda Sabre is offered with a starting price of $12,250.

Hit the jump for more information on the Honda Sabre.

Posted on by Serafim  

The factory built custom looking motorcycles are starting to be more popular than ever and models like the Honda Shadow Sabre become more successful with every year that passes.

Packed with a long list of modern features and blessed with a very attractive design language, the Honda Shadow Sabre VT1300CS has a lot to love.

The 2013 Honda Shadow Sabre VT1300CS is propelled by a massive 1312cc V-twin, 52-degree engine with a single-pin crankshaft and dual balancers. The engine delivers plenty of torque and the feel only a V-twin can deliver. Its power is kept in leash by a five speed transmission. The engine is also combined with Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI) which helps you start the motorcycle without problems on cold mornings or at high altitudes.

The stopping power is assured by font single 336mm discs with twin-piston calipers and rear 296mm discs with single-piston calipers. The ABS and CBS are available as optional equipment.

Hit the jump for more information on the Honda Shadow Sabre VT1300CS.

The 2012 Honda Sabre blends a distinctive cruiser style with muscular performance numbers that are just too impressive to ignore. It’s no wonder that of the three new bikes Honda is releasing based on the VT1300, the Sabre is arguably the most versatile.

The bike’s pro-street styling is as sleek and aggressive as any that we’ve seen recently. The distinct open, minimalist frame and long, lean and low-slung design of the Sabre begins with a narrow 21" front tire and an aggressively raked front fork, before continuing with a lightweight steering head that belies its sturdiness. The back of the Sabre also features a hidden shock that exudes a sleek hard-tail look without giving up rider comfort and handling control.

At the heart of the Sabre is an advanced 1,312 cc V-twin engine that comes with Honda’s Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI). Combine that with other sophisticated technology, including a Combined Braking System with Anti-lock Braking System (ABS), and you have a bike that takes cruiser performance to a whole new level.

Despite sharing some of the same DNA as the other new custom 1300s, the Sabre stands head and shoulders above its competitors before its versatility and muscular style is only the beginning of the impressive overall package it has. Whether you’re looking for a bike that comes with outstanding power, comfortable handling, and an aggressive and eye-catching style, it’s best to understand that the package you’re looking for can all be had with the Honda Sabre.

Find out more about the Honda Sabre after the jump.

The Honda Sabre cruiser looks like a dastardly devious bike with plenty of bad intentions, just the type of bike that fits to the taste of street riders the whole world over.

So when you take the design of the Sabre and turn it into a concept with help from styling cues derived from Formula 1 and MotoGP, you get the motherload of all concept street bikes. That’s what you get with the Sabre Switchblade Pro Drag Concept. It comes with a full carbon fiber custom bodywork and spec seating, a VT1300cc engine, and a 3-way fully-adjustable sport suspension system with a single sided swing arm and a 535-chain conversion that optimizes the bike’s overall focus on design, speed, and sheer awesomeness.

In addition to the laundry list of fantastic features, the Sabre Switchblade Pro Drag Concept also gets racing spec calipers and rotors, carbon fiber wheels - 21" on the front and 18" on the rear - and an on-board GPS lap-timer with a data acquisition unit.

At some point, these concepts should make it past the production phase, right? We don’t know what the end-game is with the Switchblade Pro Drag Concept, but we sure wouldn’t mind seeing one of these bad boys on the Honda showroom floor.

Posted on by Maxx Biker 1

Honda’s latest North American advertisement is for their latest additions to their cruiser lineup, the Sabre, Interstate and Stateline models and it consists in both print and TV ads. They’re all funny and enjoyable as they try to point out the eye-catching look of Honda’s trio. We won’t ruin the surprise for you, so click past the break for the Chain Gang video. Enjoy.

Posted on by Maxx Biker 0

Honda has recently launched a completely new line of 1300cc cruisers that they call the 1300 Custom Line. This comes as an effect of the Fury chopper having caught up to the public and a simple look at the all-new Sabre is enough for anyone to spot the resemblance. Blending Pro Street styling with the benefits of a fuel-injected 1312cc, 52º V-twin engine, the 2010 Honda Sabre has all the credentials to turn into a success. Did we mention that an ABS version is also available? Please read mode in the press release attached after the break.

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