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Honda Joining the Comfy, Premium Sportbike Category with New CBR650R

Honda Joining the Comfy, Premium Sportbike Category with New CBR650R

Honda's CBR650F was introduced as a 2014 budget model with sporty styling and relatively upright ergonomics. The fully faired machine was updated in the U.S. just last year (and tested by MD) with new styling, more power and a Showa Dual Bending Valve front fork. It was still essentially a...

Published on December 4 2018, 18:18
Source: www.motorcycledaily.com
 

Recently, we here at Motorcycle.com brought you one of our biggest tests to date, in the form of our 2014 Middleweight Mash-Up Six-Way Shootout. In it, we wrangled six bikes with minimal or non-existant fairings, ranging in displacement from 471cc () to 690cc () and put them to the test.... 

No doubt the all-new Honda NC700X is a great motorcycle, but it wasn't long after the moto-press began throwing around terms like "revolutionary" and "game-changer" and "make mine red" before cooler heads (our readers) began to question the bike's claim to unique fame. Dual-clutch transmission?... 

Back in the early 1980s, I had sights on purchasing my first streetbike. Sport motorcycles were most interesting to me, but the smaller-displacement machines offered back then just weren't technically or visually inspiring. Ultimately, I put common sense aside and an entire life savings down on... 

Depending on how sporty you like your touring bike, or how touring-oriented you like your sportbike, there is something for every taste these days. Which is the best? To answer that, we first spent some time hashing out here at MO what a "Sport-tourer" is. Does it mean factory hard bags?... 

It's getting to be a bit silly what's passing for a lightweight sportbike these days. In the beginning, it made sense: You had the . And, well, that was it. It only took twenty-odd years, but the other manufacturers eventually took notice that building small bikes to entice new or returning... 

By Kevin Duke The importance of this category should be obvious to any moto enthusiast seeing the graying demographic of the two-wheel world. The industry needs new blood to fill in the supply chain of riders, and we're happy to support manufacturers who are devoting engineering resources to... 

It's been two years since we summoned together the superpowers of the sportbike world. In that time the , ,, and have either been heavily revised or completely overhauled. These changes beg a reinspection into the pecking order of world's premier street-legal superbikes. Can Japan wrest away the...