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2013 Honda CB1100 Screams Classic Attitude

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After becoming an instant hit in both Japan and Australia among classic bike lovers, it's the European roads the 2013 Honda CB1100 wants to dominate.

The next year's CB1100 proudly displays a most alluring mix between the big naked bike and the classic design of the older days. Proudly displaying a classic styling and with all the performance of a modern engine, the CB1100 promises to be as fun as it gets for commuting, fast track riding, or even long rides.

Honda CB1100 brings forth an air-cooled in-line 4-cylinder engine capable of delivering 88 BHP and a very nice 93 Nm torque. This means that you can indeed have a lot of fun at pretty much any speed, as the CB1100 will not let you down even at lower RPM. The legendary PGM-FI injection is backed up by the standard combined ABS and the usual Nissin calipers and floating discs.

The weight is also a “classic” one, as the new CB100 comes with a kerb mass of 248 kg (546 lbs). Until now, riders have been quite fine with that, as the bike is extremely manageable, and thins spells fun. This reborn classic will be available in three color schemes: Pearl Milky White with Eternal Silver sidepanels, Glory Red with Eternal Silver sidepanels and Graphite Black with Graphite Black sidepanels.

 
 
 
 
 

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