Explore all the city has to offer. And do it in style. The CB500F mixes naked-bike agility with a streetfighter attitude. New Showa Separate Function Fork-Big Piston (SFF-BP) USD front suspension and dual front discs take handling and braking to the next level, while the A2-compatible twin-cylinder engine provides performance that new and experienced riders can enjoy. Sharp new graphics are the perfect finishing touch to the CB500F.
Ready to upgrade your current ride? Then it’s time. Time for something completely new. Step up to the new Rebel CMX1100. A bare-boned motorcycle that pays homage to the fat-tyred ‘bobber’ silhouette of days gone by, but lays down contemporary design details everywhere. Sure, it’s one great looking bike, and will casually cruise an open boulevard. But, by design, it’s so much more than that.
The CMX500 Rebel is all about freedom for all motorcyclists, particularly A2 licence holders. With a strong, liquid-cooled, parallel twin-cylinder engine cradled in low chassis and updated suspension, lighting, comfort and instruments, it’s a stunning looking bike – a blank canvas – and one that’s ready for whatever your imagination has in store for it.
The CMX500 Rebel is all about freedom for all motorcyclists, particularly A2 licence holders. With a strong, liquid-cooled, parallel twincylinder engine cradled in low chassis and updated suspension, lighting, comfort and instruments, it’s a stunning looking bike – a blank canvas – and one that’s ready for whatever your imagination has in store for it.
Now even more stylish and aggressively muscular, just a quick glance and you catch the burnished metal finishes that reflect the tradition of a hard-charging Café Racer.
Stripped back to bare essentials, this roadster is built for the pure pleasure of riding. The feeling, sensation and sound draw you in to a world of exhilarating, dynamic forward motion. And, after a ride, endless engineering details surrounding that four-cylinder engine build into a unique motorcycle form, holding your attention for hours.
While the CB1000R is a motorcycle hewn into purposeful beauty, the CB1000R Black Edition goes further. Much further. It has been designed, not by bright light but in shadow, crafted for the purest thrill. And defined by darkness. Look at it. Your eyes have to adjust, at first glance; apart from a few machined aluminium details, everything on show is deep black. Or blacker still. Loaded with choice accessories, it rides under any radar and stands way, way out as it does.
The CB125R packs concentrated performance into a stylish silhouette, offering an exciting riding experience for new riders. A small sibling of the awesome CB1000R – and therefore a member of the Neo Sports Café family – it makes an instant statement with bold styling enfolding a tubular steel frame. A state-of-the-art LCD dash and full LED lighting are premium features, but what will really get your attention is the extra power of the new 125cc DOHC engine and suspension precision of Showa SFF-BP USD forks.
The CB500F is motorcycling stripped back to its purest state. The tightly-wrapped, aggressive style shows off the machine’s parallel twin-cylinder engine and wide, tapered handlebars give it a streetfighter’s signature. The sculpted fuel tank cuts down on bulk, and provides ample capacity, allowing you more time on the road. And sharp new graphics stand out from the stunning paint, whatever colour you choose.
The CB650R features a sleek, streamlined design to match your sophisticated urban style. The bike’s ultra-compact, powerful stance channels the retro-minimalism of the CB1000R Neo Sports Café. It blends curved lines with taut angles and, now, is even more dynamic with newly-chiselled side panels and sleek rear number plate mount. With the CB650R, less gives you more.
With its individual looks – as well as easy, nimble handling and fun engine response – riders, many new to two wheels, have enjoyed and customised the Rebel CMX500 the world over. But now’s the moment for more. The family resemblance is instant, but the Rebel CMX1100 has a great deal going on. The torquey, characterful parallel twin-cylinder engine features Throttle By Wire management, 4 riding modes, Honda Selectable Torque Control and Wheelie Control. Cruise control is standard and our unique, six-speed Dual Clutch Transmission an option. And this cool cruiser is also made for corners – 43mm cartridge-style front forks, piggyback rear shocks and a radial-mount four-piston front brake caliper see to that.
Powered by the proven parallel twin-cylinder engine, the response is friendly, smooth and linear – ideal if you're stepping up from a smaller bike. The riding position is relaxed as you sit, arms outstretched, into the low seat height, ready for the highway; it’s comfortable and easy to manage at low speeds too.