The Honda CB500X was named Motorcycle News’ Best Sub-500cc for the second year in a row, with the junior adventurer continuing to earn plaudits for its all-round ability.
Honda create a brand-new big-bore scooter, the Forza 750. Crowning the prestigious Forza range, it’s the ultimate city slicker offering an exciting ride and luxurious comfort wrapped in high-tech style.
Honda Motor Europe is pleased to announce that 2021 will see a step change in the evolution of Honda’s sports/GT Forza scooter brand. The all-new flagship Forza 750 joins the line-up, alongside the new Forza 350 and an upgraded version of the perennially popular Forza 125.
Honda’s Neo Sports Café middleweight gains Showa’s 41mm Separate Function Big Piston forks, plus EURO5 compliance for its high-revving four cylinder engine. Other updates include more forward-set handlebars, improved LCD dash and USB Type-C socket under the seat. New side panels accentuate the minimalist styling.
Honda’s versatile middleweight sports bike gains Showa’s 41mm Separate Function Big Piston forks, plus EURO5 compliance for the high-revving four cylinder engine. Other updates include improved LCD dash, revised headlight reflectors, USB Type-C socket under the seat and updated graphic treatment.
2021 sees the addition of the much-loved Pearl Glare White Tricolour colour scheme, previously only available on the CRF1100L Africa Twin Adventure Sports version, for the Africa Twin itself.
Following the announcement of new colour schemes and EURO5 homologation for the CB500F, CB500X and CBR500R, and the introduction of the new CB125F, Honda Motor Europe today confirms three more additions to its 2021 year model line-up.