The 2005 CBR600RR incorporates a host of next-generation upgrades that elevate
this full-on sport mount to all-new heights.
Features & Benefits
New for 2005
Radial-mounted front brake calipers.
41mm inverted front fork.
Honda's Hurricane 600 makes its debut the same year the
introduces the 600 SuperSport class. The two make a perfect
with Honda's newly minted 600 sweeping to victory in all nine
DOUG POLEN, the 600 SuperSport class' ...
Honda's RC211V gave Repsol Honda rider Valentino Rossi
edge over the competition, an edge he used to win the 2002
world championship. There was one particular advantage,
used to devastating effect: The abi...
The blink of an eye takes about one-quarter of a second, or
milliseconds. At 15,000 rpm, each intake and exhaust valve of
CBR600RR opens and closes 125 times a second, or 8
means the valves will open and...
Honda's first CBR600 was a breakthrough machine in a
ways. To start, its unique full bodywork allowed designers to
the usual engine and frame cosmetics, and instead devote
dollars to pure performance. The ...
At only 46 years of age, Hiroyuki Ito, Large Project Leader on
new CBR600RR, has already banked more than a
experience working on a wide variety of Honda motorcycle
including the all-new CBR. His resum...
With an incomparable 40 race wins and five championships
600 Supersport class, Team Honda's Miguel Duhamel knows
sport bikes better than anyone else on the planet. So when
down to give us his impressions...
One of the central concepts that drove development of the
and the RC211V is mass centralization; that is, concentrating the
component masses as close to the motorcycle's center as
When a r...
Inspired by Honda's 2002 MotoGP Champion, the RC211V,
CBR600RR's GP technology makes it the most advanced 600
ever made. With world-class power and amazing handling, the
delivers a whole new level of 600-c...