The naked superbike from Honda, the CB1000R, was launched in India in 2009 along with its elder sibling the CBR1000RR.
The naked superbike from Honda, the CB1000R, was launched in India in 2009 along with its elder sibling the CBR1000RR. The Honda CB1000R has a triangular-shaped headlamp with a small circular pilot lamp at the lower apex. The exhaust pipes coming out of the engine are distinctly visible from the front. The crease lines on the bulky fuel tank make it look muscular and it also boasts of a fully digital odometer.
The CB1000R is powered by a 1000cc Fireblade engine which has been re-tuned for mid-range performance. It comes with fully-adjustable forks and is equipped with radial front brakes seen on the Fireblade. It features an all-new single backbone frame and a single sided swing-arm which connects the main body to the four-swept-spoke ninja-star rear wheel. Another highlight of the bike is the H.I.S.S. security system it is provided with.
The bike competes with the Yamaha FZ1, the Kawasaki Ninja Z1000 and the Triumph Speed Triple in the Indian market.
Good buying experience and nice ride but a bit too much vibration for a 4 cylinder crazy looks and performance but very high maintenance and service cost Pros nice look and feel but very very low mileage compared to hayabusa Cons vibrations are more for a 4 cylinder eng
This honda is amazing and gives the feel of real racing apart all amazing engine sound and durability with comparison of bmw 1000 rr this honda wins a way ahead every time apparently its japanese and japanese are true racers in terms of efficiency and they developed it
A amazing bike feeling my dad gifted meAwesome pickup and balance Thinking to buy a bike i'm guarantee you that this bike will give you awesome feeling Don't compare any bike with money point of view The bike depends on you .What mileage you want. Look. Brakes, Stabili
Honda has released a video teasing the concept bike’s technology hidden under the neo-retro café racer bodywork.
Honda CB1000R photo gallery
14 November 2017
Ranjan R. Bhat
Honda recently unveiled the next-generation CB1000R at the EICMA Show. A production version of the Neo Sports Café, the CB1000R takes a neo-retro approach towards styling while featuring a more powerful engine and technological upgrades. Here is a photo gallery of the 2018...
Tokyo Motor Show 2017: Honda NSC 'Neo Sports Cafe' concept unveiled
25 October 2017
Ranjan R. Bhat
Honda has taken the wraps off the Neo Sports Cafe concept at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show.