There is no denying the importance of Honda's CB line in motorcycle history and today the company pays tribute to the range with the CB-F Concept. Inspired by the CB900F, a bike that launched in 1979, the CB-F brings that idea into 2020 with a modern design that boasts a 998cc water-cooled, 4-stroke, 4-valve, inline 4-cylinder DOHC engine with a six-speed transmission. The chassis features a lightweight, high-tensile steel mono-backbone structure, an inverted front fork suspension to improve handling, and a lightweight aluminum rear suspension with a single-sided Pro-Arm setup.
Honda is bringing the Monkey and Super Cub to the US
The retro bikes will begin to hit dealers this October.
This year's Quail Motorcycle Gathering celebrated the world's first superbike
The bike that put Honda motorcycles on the map.