Click to read: Honda VFR800 owners reviews, Honda VFR800 specs and to see the Honda VFR800 image gallery.DID THE MIGHTY Honda make a bike that was worse than its predecessor? Some would say 'yes', citing the uneven power delivery as the VTEC extra
Click to read: Honda VFR800 owners reviews, specs and image galleries.The best bike in the world? Yes it was, at the time. The VFR did it all and did it exceedingly well too. It’s a jack of all trades and pretty masterful at a good number of them
Click to read: Honda VFR800 VTEC owners reviews, Honda VFR800 VTEC specs and to see the Honda VFR800 VTEC image gallery.It's taken a while to get round to it but Honda has finally come up with a solution to the issues affecting the VFR800's
I love the looks of the VFR with its mix of clean lines and angular bits, and the techno dash and ergonomics are spot-on too. And it's got a single-sided swingarm, which always does it for me. The VFR looks like a sports bike, and goes like one of five years ago or so. But there'...
’t all that important but, since we’re looking at two stress-free days, we’ve picked four bikes to relax and excite in equal measure. From the Honda VFR800 to the Suzuki Hayabusa.BMW’s über sports-tourer gained 100cc becoming the K1300GT for 2009. Sharing
-thin powerband. And now, in 2008, things have reached a head. After a discussion in the office none of us could agree on what a Sports-tourer was, so we gathered together four that represent the new breed.Starting off with the benchmark, Honda’s VFR800
Insurance has always been a dirty word in motorcycling. Spiralling annual premiums and the crippling cost of having your bike covered puts many riders off owning a high-performance machine altogether, so much so that many manufacturers are being forced to offer subsidised insuran...
with the benchmark, Honda’s VFR800. The original Sports-tourer refined over two decades. Then we have the new breed, Triumph’s Tiger 1050 was a big Trailie, then they lost the knobblie tyres and gave it panniers. Next is Yamaha’s FZ1 Fazer. Comfy riding position
HONDA have released a limited edition VFR800, featuring a paint scheme that harks back to the era when Honda's RC30 was a proven race winner.It's a great paint scheme but this bike won't be released in the UK. It's going on sale to the Australian
group of Spanish bikers, our super hero was the only one with an Austrian registered bike and as he was riding a Honda VFR800; the only one not on a BMW. Perhaps he's from the Austrian VFR Rebel Alliance on a covert mission to convert Spanish bikers
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