THIS is Honda's new Crosstourer, powered by the same 1200cc V4 as the VFR1200.According to Honda it's 'an adventure sports tourer which takes Honda's unique V4 heritage in a new direction'.First unveiled as a concept model in 2010, the Crosstourer
, and little or no traffic. Explore New Zealand's stunning South Island. After collecting your bike from VFR-NZ in the centre of Christchurch, you're free to explore at your leisure. There's the beautiful wine growing region of Marlborough in the north
be available in naked and semi-faired versions.The 399cc in-line four motor has been armed with variable valve technology, as seen on the VFR VTEC, with a view to boosting bottom and midrange power delivery, without sacrificing outright poke. Honda say
ftlb of torque at 4500 rpm. In comparison, the Honda VFR1200F makes 95 ftlb.Fritz Kayl co-founder of Kaytech said: “The KMV4 is an exciting project that fits well within our capabilities and experience. We incorporated technology from our race programs
CONFUSED BY all the hi-tech blurn surrounding Honda's new dual-clutch semi-automatic transmission, revealed by Visordown earlier today?Then take a look at this video, which goes some way to explaining how the system works.
Faster, smoother shifts, say HondaHONDA HAS announced that it is developing a dual clutch system for its future motorcycles.At the moment, the system is being called the Next Generation Transmission and is claimed to give faster, smoother and more efficient gear shifts.Similar to...
1300 is here because of its turbine-like power plant and interesting technical party trick. The smaller yet spicier contestants are in the form of an ageing but recently modified Honda VFR that's entering its third decade of service, and the somewhat
styling is a bit bland. It's not ugly, just not that distinctive. The engine will more than likely be a compensation.Lastly, we have Honda's legendary VFR, re-launched in 2002 and fitted with a totally new 800cc V-four engine that incorporates VTEC valve
HONDA ARE set to unveil the new VFR1200 V4 sports tourer in just one week's time.The all-new machine is one of the most hotly anticipated motorcycles of the last decade.Commenting on the introduction of the VFR1200F into to UK market, General
, live action, stunt shows and lots of bikes.What's more, you can join Visordown at the Ace Cafe itself, on Friday 26th February from 7pm, where we'll have Honda's exciting new VFR1200F Sports Tourer on display, a prize giveaway bonanza and the chance
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