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Top 5 new Sportbikes coming in 2020

Top 5 new Sportbikes coming in 2020

Built for speed, acceleration, braking, and cornering, the competition is hot as ever

In a world where outright horsepower and straight-line speed hold center stage, these machines have blazed the streets and have swept us off our feet in the most fashionable ways possible. Built for speed, acceleration, braking, and cornering, they come equipped with components from the industry’s best names to achieve a little more speed every single time they get on the paved asphalt.

Here are our top five picks of serious sports machines coming in 2020 with rider ergonomics favor function, and ones built to cut through the air as smoothly as possible with massive engines and fancy equipment list.

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Honda spewing a new CBR1000RR Fireblade with 212 hp?

Honda spewing a new CBR1000RR Fireblade with 212 hp?

New trademark application for the US making it more than evident

Honda showcased the current CBR 1000RR at the 2016 Intermot. It is an all-new redesigned package from Honda which showcased major updates from since nearly a decade to give them a fighting chance in the already competitive high-tech superbike arena.

Ever since its launch, it has been proving its mettle on the track and on the road. And with Honda’s proven reliability, Honda wants to ramp it up and tickle the liter-class market with an updated CBR1000RR. Well, for now, they have filed for trademarking the name “Fireblade” in the US market, and we cannot stop smiling. Some say the 2019 model will make 212 hp even. Drooool.

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Honda is surprising us with the entry of the CB300R in July

Honda is surprising us with the entry of the CB300R in July

Gets LCD instrument display, LED lighting and IMU-based ABS

"JAPANESE CRAFTSMANSHIP" and the "Spirit of CAFÉ RACER". This is how Honda described its new Neo Sports Cafe motorcycle project that was unveiled to the world on November 6th, just a day before the EICMA Milan motorcycle show. Later what came of that is the CB1000R naked-retro along with the CB300R and the CB125R.

Honda started rolling the naked liter onto the streets soon after setting up the stage for to bring in a whole new flavor into motorcycling. Having the same classic design lines with modern underpinnings, the CBR300R is now making its way onto our shores, and we cannot be any less delighted for this honor.

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Here is a custom Honda CX500 with tire warmers

Here is a custom Honda CX500 with tire warmers

The "Highflyer". From Austria, with love

There will be times to build and create a motorcycle that is all practical and sensible, and not just that looks good to impress your friends. Then there comes a time for just hanging loose and to go Full Monty on creating a bonkers of a bike without having a client or a brief in mind.

One example of that Custom scene is this build on a Honda CX500 by the National Custom Tech crew of David Widmann, Kurt Kosjek, and Manuel Tilke. Created in their workshop in Feldkirchen, Austria, the crew stripped the old Honda right down to its nuts and bolts, before rebuilding it to include the need of bloody tire warmers. How cool is that?

It is called the Honda CX 500 Highflyer.

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Honda's Neo Sport Cafe is now the CB1000R naked-retro

Honda’s Neo Sport Cafe is now the CB1000R naked-retro

This is the future of all nakeds from the Japanese Red Winger

If there was ever any inkling about Honda not making the best looking motorcycles, here is your opportunity for redemption.

Showcased as the Project NSC (Neo Sports Cafe) at Tokyo International Motor Show last month, Honda officially unwrapped their production version at the ongoing EICMA, and it is the CB1000R naked machine running on the Fireblade’s powerplant and comes with the hint of retro styling on its new sharp looking skin.

Honda has also launched entry-level naked bikes (CB300R and CB125R) using the same design elements to take down the competition at the root level.

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Images: 2018 Honda CB1000R - in the details

Images: 2018 Honda CB1000R - in the details

High resolution images for your eyes and your wall

Making the best looking motorcycle was not a trait of Honda. But that cannot be said anymore once you lay your eyes on this CB1000R. It showcases a whole new flavor of Honda, and it looks brutishly handsome with the sharp looks of a naked sports machine and that retro flair of a modern café-racer.

Showcased as the Project NSC (Neo Sports Cafe) at Tokyo International Motor Show last month, Honda officially unwrapped their production version at the ongoing EICMA, and it is the CB1000R naked machine running on the Fireblade’s powerplant and comes with the hint of retro styling on its new sharp looking skin.

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