honda CB1100 RS

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Since 1959, when they first adorned the twin-cylinder CB92 Benly, the two letters CB have always meant a great deal to Honda, and Honda owners. And they came to mean even more in 1969; the four-cylinder CB750 was a seminal moment for motorcycling as the world’s first production superbike took centre stage, laying down a blueprint that still stands today

In the present day, old school has become very much new school and in 2013 Honda brought the CB1100 - already a best seller in the Japanese market - to Europe, satisfying pent-up demand from an army of riders for whom a traditionally styled air-cooled four-cylinder CB was a must-have piece of engineering craftsmanship.

For 2017, two versions of the CB1100 will be available. Newly arrived to sit alongside the upgraded CB1100 EX, is the CB1100 RS. Imbued with layer upon layer of retro style - and several new performance upgrades - the CB1100 RS offers a new type of sporting CB1100 appeal.

Manufacture takes place in Honda’s Kumamoto factory, with a production process that’s been fundamentally revised to integrate technology and expert skill in order to create motorcycles rich in craftsmanship and attention to detail, plus a place in history that only comes with the passage of many decades.

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RRP£11,139
Black
RRP£11,139

Engine Type

Inline four-cylinder, air and oil-cooled, DOHC

Displacement CC

1140.0

Bore X Stroke

73.5 mm x 67.2 mm

Compression Ratio

9.5:1

Max Power Output

66kW/7,500rpm

Max Torque

91Nm/5,500rpm

Oil Capacity

4.9l/4.4l

Fuel Tank Capacity

16.8 L

Transmission Type

6-speed

Dimensions LxWxH

2,180 x 800 x 1100mm

Wheelbase

1,485mm

Seat Height

795mm

Ground Clearance

130mm

Kerb Weight

252kg

Tyre Size Front

120/70 R17

Tyre Size Rear

180/55 R17

Brakes Type Front

Hydraulic dual floating 310mm disks with radial fit 4-piston calipers (2-channel ABS)

Brakes Type Rear

Hydraulic disk (2-channel ABS)

RRP

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