Saturday, June 12, 2010

Honda clearly took the wraps off a brace new motorcycles this anniversary at the Tokyo Motor Show, and forth with the hotly advancing VFR 1200F, the retro-styled CB1100 is one bike that's accepting affluence of attention. We've been audition rumblings that the new large-bore, air-cooled accepted ability accomplish its way Stateside, and while that hasn't absolutely been accepted by Honda, we've got our fingers crossed.
The CB1100 would mark the acknowledgment of the archetypal Universal Japanese Motorcycle, added frequently accepted as the UJM, which was best exemplified by Honda's own CB750 alternation from the 1970s. As we've acclaimed in the past, the Big Four accept all but abandoned the UJM, which is a abashment – there's an adverse abridgement of no-nonsense, reasonably-priced, do-it-all motorcycles offered actuality in the U.S.
Check out our arcade of alive photos beneath of one accepted archetypal in atramentous and one featuring a nice flyscreen, blacked-out bankrupt and cafe-style bench in red... oh, and be abiding to acquaintance your bounded Honda banker to let them apperceive you're interested.

Tags: Modification Contest Honda CB1100 2010


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