2014 Honda CBF1000F

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Built for those who love to mix their love for riding at mind-blowing speeds with their passion for adventure, the Honda CBF1000F is a modern sport bike that sets new standards in its class.

The motorcycle’s backbone is represented by a lightweight aluminum frame that offers a perfect balance between stiffness and flexibility, raising the motorcycle’s ride and handling abilities to new levels.

The frame houses a 998 cc, inline 4 cylinder, liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, 16-valve DOHC engine which cranks out 96 Nm of torque at 6,500 rpm and 79 kW at 9,000 rpm. The engine is fueled by a 20 Liters fuel tank and is paired with a six speed transmission.

The stopping power is handled by front 296 X 4.5 Mm dual hydraulic discs and rear 240 X 6 mm hydraulic discs.

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Honda CBF1000F

The Honda CBF1000F fully expresses the CBF ethos of versatile motorcycling enjoyment. It was developed to be a sporty performer that would lead its class in stylish practicality and usable power.

The specialities of the CBF1000F are not just adjustable components and handling that easily adapts to the rider’s skill level, but an impressively linear delivery that provides the power the rider wants exactly when its needed. Quick cross-city errands are made easy with strong, sporty acceleration that gets the rider out in front of traffic queues. Out-of-town cruising with a passenger and luggage aboard is a smooth, comfortable experience, while sportier solo rides are fun and exhilarating.

With a lightweight aluminium frame, the CBF1000F is agile and easy to handle. A single muffler enhances its sporty looks. Those moving up from a mid-displacement bike or re-entry riders will find it delightfully easy to ride. Seasoned bikers looking for a power-packed all-rounder will be inspired by its precise performance characteristics, luxurious styling and comfort. For anyone looking for a high-quality, high value Honda experience, the CBF1000F is a perfect fit.

2014 Honda CBF1000F Key Features:

Honda CBF1000F


Honda CBF1000F

EURO-3. Complies with EURO-3 emissions regulations.


Honda CBF1000F

Honda Ignition Security System. Only allows the bike to be started by its original encoded keys to effectively protect against theft.


Honda CBF1000F

Combined Antilock Brake System.Optimises the balance of front and rear braking control while counteracting tyre slip when braking over variable road conditions.


Honda CBF1000F

Honda Multi-Action System. Cartridge-type front fork and rear damper design ensures a confident balance of compliant damping and precise handling.


Honda CBF1000F

Honda Evolutional Catalysing System. Oxygen-sensing system maintains an optimal air fuel mixture for the most effective catalytic reduction of exhaust emissions.


Honda CBF1000F

Programmed Fuel Injection. Map-type computerised system maintains strong power and responsive performance in all conditions.


Engine TypeInline 4 Cylinder, Liquid-cooled 4-stroke, 16-valve DOHC
Engine Displacement998 cc
Bore & Stroke75 x 56.5 mm
Compression Ratio11 : 1
Max. Torque96Nm/6,500min-1 (95/1/EC)
Max. Power Output79kW/9,000min-1 (95/1/EC)
CarburationPGM-FI electronic fuel injection
IgnitionComputer-controlled digital transistorised with electronic advance
Final Drive#530 O-ring sealed chain
Wheelbase1,483 mm
Fuel Capacity20 litres
Seat Height795 mm
Length x Width x Height2,210 x 780 x 1,220 mm
Ground Clearance135 mm
Weight245 kg (F: 120 kg; R: 125 kg) Kerb weight
Suspension Front41 mm cartridge-type telescopic fork, 120 mm axle travel
Brakes Front296 x 4.5 mm dual hydraulic disc with 3-piston callipers, ABS floating rotors and sintered metal pads
Tyres Rear160/60 ZR17M/C (69W)
Brakes Rear240 x 6 mm hydraulic disc with 3-piston calliper, ABS and sintered pads
Wheels Front17M/C x MT3.50 hollow-section 6-spoke cast aluminium
Wheels Rear17M/C x MT5.00 hollow-section 6-spoke cast aluminium
Suspension RearPro-Link with gas-charges HMAS damper, 120 mm axle travel
Tyres Front120/70 ZR17M/C (58W)

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