There was a time when the 600cc super sport class was an important one for the Japanese manufacturers but, gradually, the class has lost its importance to the point where new models are few and far between. One that has survived is the Honda CBR600RR, which enters its 20th year of production in 2023. It was preceded by the CBR600F4i, which possessed a mixture of practicality and performance, more docile and comfortable than rivals such as the Yamaha YZF-R6, Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R and Suzuki GSX-R600. To compete with these, Honda announced the CBR600RR (Race Replica), a more track-focussed version of
Audi RS E-Tron GT, Ford Bronco Sport Heritage Limited, Honda Accord, Nissan Kicks
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Rock‘N’Roll Cycles Six-Cylinder Honda Gold Wing-Derived F6C Custom
Rock’N’Roll Cycles is a shop based in Germany and headed by Stefan Becker. Around since 2012, Becker got his chops with Yamaha in the Supersport World Championship before making it into the custom scene.
The bike that we have here is a bit unusual because it’s not a Honda Gold Wing, but it is. The F6C is a model variant that can trace its roots back to the Gold Wing family of motorcycles in the 1990s. It keeps the flat-six motor of the big Honda, coming in at 1,500ccs, and it weighed over 300 kilograms (661.39 pounds).
Slimming down the
Honda Africa Twin Morocco Adventure Touring Experience
Motorcycle Sports went to Morocco, in an expedition organized by Honda, at the command of an Africa Twin 1100, for a three-day trip and a lot of adventure!
With the Honda Africa Twin Adventure Sports to be equipped with DCT, side bags and top case, besides heated grips and even navigation through Android Auto connectivity, which helped a lot in this journey of 1000 kilometres in which the cold was present.
These days were very rich in terms of culture and landscape, where we marked our presence in historical places like Ait Ben Haddou (Morocco’s most famous Ksar), always accompanied
The 10 Best Honda Sport Bikes
If Honda was built on the premise of cheap transport for everyone, a necessity after the ravages of the second world war, they soon realized that performance was as much a draw as practicality.
Gradually, throughout the 1960s, Honda motorcycles were able to match European rivals for performance with much smaller engines, until the bombshell that was the CB750 arrived and re-wrote the book completely. Through the 1970s and 80s, Honda further explored the sporting bike theme until it dropped yet another bombshell with the CBR900RR FireBlade, adding lightness and compactness to power, and yet again they redefined sporting motorcycles.
Honda unveils 2023 dual-sport motorcycles
Honda is expanding its range of small-displacement motorcycles for 2023, introducing two new dual-sport motorcycles. The XR150L is an all-new model for customers seeking an accessible, versatile and value-focused dual-sport motorcycle. It’s ready for anything from urban transportation to weekend adventures on mixed terrain.
Honda has also introduced a new, low-seat version of the CRF300L—the CRF300LS—making the dual-sport platform an option for even more riders. Returning dual-sport models include the traditional-seat-height CRF300L and the rally-inspired CRF300L Rally (both available in standard and ABS versions).
The Navi will return in its second year on the U.S. market, after garnering a huge