Honda Brings Hollywood and Art to MCN London Motorcycle Show

The British division of Honda announced today it has prepared several surprises for the visitors of this year’s MCN London Motorcycle Show at ExCeL (February 3-6), including the one-off, special blockbuster film themed CB600FA Hornet offered in a free prize draw, and an artist inspired CBR100RR Fireblade display.

The latter is the same piece of art that stood in the main Selfridges windows in London last summer. Artist Kyle Bean, with his display theme of ‘The Conservation of Mass’, suspended one complete Fireblade and ‘balanced’ it out with another which was dismantled into hundreds of individual parts, to highlight how matter cannot be created or destroyed, only transformed.

Visitors can also see Honda motorcycles in action with off-road CRF100s and the Montesa trials bike in the new Revolution Live Performance action arena, which features TT legend and Honda rider John McGuinness as part of the riding team.

The ‘Power of Lean’ tilting motorcycle stand will also feature in Honda’s display to enable visitors to experience the lean angle and feel of some of Honda’s machines.

In addition to that, Honda will also bring its current range of machines and some of the stunning new-for-2011 colours, including the new Tricolour and Repsol-liveried Fireblades, the new orange and silver metallic special edition CBR600RR, plus the VFR1200F, which is now offered in the additional Black Metallic colour scheme.

However, the all-new 2011 CBR600F, CBR250R and CBR125R pre-production machines will unfortunately not be available to see at the event.
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