Honda on its website recently announced that the world premiere of the CB-F concept will happen at 36th Osaka Motorcycle Show 2020 and the 47th Tokyo Motorcycle Show.
The new concept is the result of Honda revisiting its CB series history, which has completed 60 years. It showcases thoroughly exploring what to preserve, and what to evolve with the company’s flagship sports bike.
The new concept is the combination of new cutting edge technology and a design which pays homage to the CB900F, an iconic motorcycle in its class.
Powered by a 998cc water-cooled, 4-stroke, 4-valve, inline 4-cylinder DOHC engine, it will provide ample torque throughout the rev range. The chassis is constructed from high-tensile steel mono-backbone structure making it strong and lightweight. At its front, it has inverted fork suspension providing excellent stability over urban and winding roads which in turn provides a superior riding feel. The rear suspension is a lightweight aluminium single-sided Pro-Arm configuration.
Honda will be announcing on its “Honda Virtual Motorcycle Show” website Honda will cover 29 motorcycles in various categories including the CB-F Concept, which were planned for release at the 36th Osaka Motorcycle Show 2020 and the 47th Tokyo Motorcycle Show.
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