It has sold to the masses all over the world for six decades. An affordable and reliable little bike that became a classic in its own right. Now it’s back – with those unmistakable stylish and retro looks but underpinned with modern details such as front and rear disc brakes with ABS, analogue / LCD dash and full LED lighting.
A four-cylinder engine with generous handfuls of mid-range torque in a class of it's own. TBW, 3 riding modes and engine braking – with Honda Selectable Torque Control – delivering usable and controllable power all the way through the rev range. It's also lighter than the previous version. In its wake comes two smaller cousins with no less of an attitude: The CB300R and the CB125R.
A beautifully finished machine with a host of features that excel in levels of comfort, technology and innovation. Throttle By Wire (TBW) with 4 riding modes, 7-speed Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT), Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC), all new engine and chassis, combined with a redesigned front suspension; the new Honda Gold Wing takes touring to a whole new level.
It was created in 1961 for the Tama Tech Park, a Honda-owned motorsports theme park, at the Suzuka circuit. In 1967 Honda built the Monkey for the road, and since then it has created quite a cult following. Now, this new funster, boasts upside down forks, front and rear disc brakes with ABS, digital LCD display, chrome details and a strong 125cc engine.
With a larger 24 litre fuel tank, cowl bar, big skid plate and long travel suspension – for plenty of ground clearance – this machine instils great confidence when riding across all kinds of terrain. Add to that DCT, Assist/slipper clutch, TBW, 3 riding modes and heated grips you can explore even further, because True Adventure never stops.
Merging the practicality of a scooter with the spirit of adventure the X-ADV has some exciting new features for 2018. Including a 3-stage Torque Control system and G mode – first used on the Africa Twin – for direct gear changes when you go off road giving improved engine feeling. Also, there’ll be a 35-kilowatt version for A2 licence holders.
It has a minimalistic look compared to the Adventure Sports. Sleek, purposeful and lighter, but its heart – an engine with a revised inlet and exhaust that delivers power via TBW – beats the same. It also combines 3 rider modes with HSTC for a ride that suits you with the added benefit of Assist/slipper clutch. The all new negative LCD meter closely follows the layout of the Dakar race machine.