CONCEPT HONDA CB-F: Inspired by CB900F

1 April, 2020 0 By Moto Magazine CR

CONCEPT HONDA CB-F: Inspired by CB900F

Old is new, and the last motorcycle Honda CB-F Concept takes the current Honda CB1000R and gives a makeover with graphics and shapes inspired by the vertical supermachine naked CB900F Honda in the early of 1980.

Honda had planned to debut the CB-F at the 36th Osaka Motorcycle Show 2020 y el 47º Toyko Motorcycle Show , the last of which was due to start on Friday 27 of March. Unfortunately, the COVID-19 virus was filed, So our first glimpse is of a photograph instead of a motorcycle.

The CB-F concept is driven by the family DOHC online-4 displaces 998cc and executes power through a six-speed transmission, just what we've seen in the Honda CB1000R. But nevertheless, The engine gets a visual redesign as it passes from the subject Neo-Sports Coffee Honda superbike design of the decade 1980.


The chassis is unchanged from the CB1000R, with an inverted fork and a pivoting of one side and one damper that perform essential tasks suspension.

The style is what is the Honda CB-F. The fuel tank is simplified and the tail section is improved compared to the CB1000R. further, the seat takes on a style of a time less complicated.


The headlight of the CB-F Concept is round with a wire support parts. By contrast, the CB1000R has a round lighthouse much more stylized. The protective plastic radiator in the CB1000R is removed, leaving the radiator open for inspection.

While the Honda CB1000R has a large silencer with two outlets and bold style, CB-F has an exhaust megaphone. Headers and catalytic converter are identical in both motorcycles.

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A Honda spokesman says: “El concepto CB-F es una ambiciosa fusión de tecnología de vanguardia con un diseño que rinde homenaje al CB900F — CB750F en Japón — un modelo global japonés que, partly through the American racing scene, He brought six decades of modeling an iconic status CB ".

The end result of the Honda CB-F Concept is remarkably similar to the Honda CB900F of 1982, but with a chassis and a more sophisticated engine. Since Honda has skipped the CB1000R for 2020, a sport bike naked liter with the design of the CB-F Concept could be in showrooms sooner rather than later.