Consider this: Unlike the majority of new-model motorcycles, the
lineage of the 2004 Honda® CBR®1000RR doesn't really reach into
the past. True, Honda has crafted many other large-displacement
transverse inline four-cylinder m...
Look at the CBR®1000RR chassis and see Honda's hard-earned
knowledge gained in the ferocious MotoGP wars. This all-new chassis
incorporates the engine as an integral frame member, for example, and
larger items such as the fuel tan...
The CBR®1000RR boasts a truly world-class powerplant, an all-new
liquid-cooled 998cc inline four-cylinder engine carefully designed to
also enhance handling. Begin by comparing the overall silhouette of
the new 1000 and the CBR954...
Steering dampers are not new to the motorcycling scene. For
decades, riders have resorted to using steering dampers, most often
for extreme-use high-speed racing conditions in off-road competition
as well as road racing. Regardless of...
Honda® invented the transverse inline-four motorcycle concept
with the CB750K0, and forged the very foundation of motorcycling for
generations to come. The mighty CB750K0 and all-new CBR®1000RR
serve as technological bookends ...
As V-twin sport bikes go, the RC51 stands without peer. With
and National Superbike championships to its credit, multiple
the Daytona 200, and enthusiast accolades galore, the RC51
unparalleled performance f...
The long-standing truism that racing improves the breed
the perfect watchword for Honda's RC51™. How so? In the
Honda unveiled the RC51 as a purpose-built racing platform
to battle in Superbike comp...
The arrival of Honda's newest Superbike racing creation for
2000 season, the RC51™, created a cosmic convergence of
First, 2000 marked the 30th anniversary of Honda's first AMA
in America's most illustri...
Before being drafted as Honda's first Superbike in 1980, the
CB750F broke some new technological ground of its own.
after the Honda RCB endurance racers that won three European
endurance crowns, a new twin-cam 16-...
1983 VF750F Interceptor
Honda's original VF750F Interceptor® rewrote the rules in
sport bike class. With its liquid-cooled 90° V-4 engine and
race-bred chassis, the Interceptor was the quickest 750 on the
Beginning with its debut in 1983, the Honda Interceptor®
landmark status in dual arenas, notching credentials as a sport
with the uncanny depth of its street-going capabilities, as well as
building its reputation as an ...
Versatility--it's the key to any engine's operation. Early
had carburetors without throttles, so they always ran wide-open.
internal-combustion-engine design progressed, adjustable
let engines produce power over ...
From the thrill of its powerful V-4 VTEC engine to the
quality of its fit and finish, the Interceptor continues to define
the standard in sportbike touring. No wonder Cycle World
called it the World's Best Stree...
HRC has elevated the mass-production road model NSR50
competition status. The bodywork is a replica of Honda's World
Prix-dominating NSR series.
• 49cc liquid-cooled reed-valve two-stroke...
The 2004 Dream 50R commemorates Honda's early racing
the dream Mr. Honda had for international competition.
In 1962, Honda stunned the racing world by displaying its
50cc-class works machine, the RC110...