bit Kawasaki and the white-blue limited edition (only available in the non-ABS version) has a glorious ‘80s edge to it. Under the skin there has been some serious work conducted, but for spectacular news, the ’09 CBR600RR is the wrong place to be
of the ABS kicking in. You certainly couldn’t accuse Honda’s latest electronically controlled system of imparting the same sensations. Don’t be surprised to see this Dual CBS ABS system offered as an option on CBR600 and CBR1000 towards the end of this year
ABS ... it's fitted to Honda's new CBR600RRHONDA are launching their new CBR600RR ABS to the press today and we've sent ex-PB Editor, and Bol D'Or winner, Mark Forsyth along to test it out.The new CBR600RR is fitted with a brake-by-wire Combined ABS
sports bikes have fallen through the floor since the financial crisis began three years ago, but with nothing new to offer, it's hard to see Honda's latest machine doing much to reverse that trend. With sub 10,000 mile 2007-spec CBR600RRs on the market
!Full review on the CBR600F coming soon, but meantime check out this video of a 0-100-0 run. It might be aimed more at those coming into - or back to - motorcycling, but as you can see; it's no slouch.Oh and, it might be dry in the video but it poured down.
11,990 and Euro 12,990 for the C-ABS version.More to follow...
, with an impressive 3.5 per cent increase in torque at 10,000rpm. This all-important extra “mid-range” gives improved drive out of corners both on track and on the road, increasing the flexibility of the motor and making the CBR600RR both faster and easier to ride
SUZUKI UK has announced the 2011 GSX-R600 will retail in the UK for £8799, including 20% VAT.For comparison, the GSX-R's main rivals are priced (pre-VAT rise) at:Honda CBR600RR £8405 (£9055 with ABS)Kawasaki ZX-6R £8299Yamaha YZF-R6 £8999
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IT'S BACK! We've secured images of Honda's 2011 CBR600F - the real world sports 600 that's dominated the middleweight sportsbike class for the last 23 years.Featuring a 16-valve engine, producing around 120bhp at 12,000rpm, the subtly-styled CBR
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