Neo-retro will appear in showrooms this spring, coming in as an early 2019 model, MSRP is still to be determined.
It didn’t take long for the competitors to start crashing out; one unlucky rider managed to bin it only three klicks in.
In the faraway land of Japan, in Kumamoto Prefecture, a 110 motorcycle is gently, lovingly brought into the world. Or at least, that’s what the BBC voiceover would say, if this was a nature show.
Jeff introduces his son to motorcycles in one of the best ways possible.
On the heels of its unveiling at the EICMA show, here’s another look at Honda’s CB4 neo-retro concept machine.
Honda’s litrebike sees recall over fuel tank cap issue.
The Honda CB4 Interceptor has a wind-powered dash (or at least, that’s what the press copy seems to indicate).
It’s not confirmed for Canada yet, but this updated baby naked has styling straight from the bigger CB1000R, and has decent hardware for its price tag.
Honda’s sensible all-rounder now has traction control and a higher redline, but power seems to be the same.
The Blade Runner aesthetics have been toned down a bit, but it’s possibly more attractive now, and an improvement over the outgoing model.