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Honda's CB-F Concept celebrates the CB series' sixty-year history

The bike features a design inspired by the CB900F.
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Honda CB-F

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.

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