The CB300R returns to the Honda range with its intuitive ride and unique style. It is a bike suitable for both younger and experienced riders and can be ridden with an A2 license.
The package of technical equipment is of a high standard, with the new 41 mm Showa SFF-BP inverted fork and the confirmed braking system with ABS that operates via an IMU inertial platform. The 4-valve twin-cylinder single-cylinder engine produces 31,1 HP (22,9 kW) and maximum torque of 27,5 Nm; the clutch is now assisted with slipper.
The renewed protagonist of the Honda superlight segment, with her own weight of just 144 kg with full tank, it is characterized by the single-cylinder 5 cc 286-valve liquid-cooled Euro4 engine, which delivers a power of 31,1 hp and a maximum torque of 27,5 Nm. The new clutch assisted with slipper ensures smooth gear changes and prevents the rear tire from losing grip in the event of sudden downshifts.
The steel frame with mixed elements, tubular and pressed, has received a further fine-tuning to ensure perfect balance, thus offering the rider the maximum feeling of mastery. As is already the case for the 125, 650 and 1000 cc sisters, the CB300R is now equipped with the 41mm Showa SFF-BP inverted fork in diameter that guarantees great sensitivity, control and absorption of roughness. Confirmed the front brake with daisy disk and radial-mount 4-piston caliper, with two-channel ABS operating through IMU inertial platform with function anti-lifting of the rear wheel. There is now also a revised one LCD instrumentation with gear indicator. The plant is essential full ‑ LED lights.
Honda's Neo Sports Café range reinterprets it style cafe racer in a modern key, with a design guided by the concept of "Mechanical Art" that originates in the Honda R&D center based in Rome. The engineering work is mixed with a touch of classic flavor and the best construction technology to give each model in the range a strong personality and a unique style.
To reign over the Neo Sports Café range is obviously the powerful CB1000R. Recently updated for the 2021 model, it features a minimalist line that winks at futuristic design schemes and the 4-cylinder engine as a central aesthetic element. And in version Black Edition the CB1000R amplifies the elegance and aggressiveness of the lines, also thanks to handcrafted finishes that give it a 'custom' look. On the Black Edition almost all components, except for some brushed aluminum details, are black. The headlight frame matches perfectly with the small fairing, the fork is total black, including the stems with DLC surface treatment, the radiator ducts and the airbox covers are dark anodized, while the 4-2- exhaust system 1 features a Jet Black coating.
La CB650R, which continues to enjoy great success in the mid-engined naked segment, is available for 2022 in the new Sword Silver Metallic colorway. For younger motorcyclists or with a B license, the CB125R, equipped with a 4 HP 15-valve twin-shaft engine and the highly effective Showa SFF-BP inverted fork.
For 2022 the CB300R will be available in Italy in Candy Chromosphere Red, Mat Pearl Agile Blue and Mat Gunpowder Black Metallic colors.