Honda Shows Killer Bol d'Or Bikes and More at Tokyo

CB1300 Super Bol d'Or 13 photos
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Honda has showed new sweet machinery at the Tokyo Motor Show, but it's still unclear whether they are going to sell these bikes on Western markets as well, or they're just an exclusive treat for the local riders.
So far we've learned about three new motorcycles: CB1300 Super Bol d'Or, CB400 Super Bol d'Or, and the naked CB400 Super Four. These road racing-inspired machines hark back to the golden era when it all started out in the endurance racing segment and they look absolutely awesome.

Knowing that Suzuki has just announced their GSR750 SERT in racing colors, we might expect more manufacturers to follow this nifty example, too.

Another premiere at the Tokyo show was Honda's all-new DUNK scooter, a 50cc-class machine dedicated to young riders and sporting a very cool neo-retro design, with clean and almost minimalist lines, and a host of modern technologies.

Honda DUNK brings LED tail light, a generous underseat storage, a cool, hybrid dash cluster and ACG starting for more convenience. Enjoy the video.

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