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Honda PCX125: first stop-start two-wheeler

James Keen, 25 August 2010 12:15

Honda’s PCX125 is the first two-wheeler with fuel-saving stop-start tech. Pull up to some lights and after three seconds of idling, the engine cuts out. A blinking orange light marked ‘stand by’ (like a DVD player) lets you know you’re in ‘idle stop’ mode. A twist of the throttle fires it back up again with next to no delay. Find ...

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Honda CRF250R gets more mid-range

Dan Aspel, 21 July 2010 12:52

Honda has announced the release of an updated CRF250R, as part of their 2011 off-road lineup. Find an off road bike for sale The new model is intended to comply with the recent European FIM noise regulation, and the decibel level has been reduced accordingly. The alteration was achieved by adding a longer, higher capacity muffler and redesigning the air ...

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Honda Fireblade signed by John McGuinness up for sale

James Keen, 05 August 2009 11:52

A 2009 HM Plant replica Honda Fireblade due to be signed by racing legend John McGuinness is up for grabs in MCN Bikes For Sale. Click here to view the ad The non-ABS Honda CBR1000RR, supplied by Doble motorcycles, has been painted in HM Plant colours and comes with a genuine Honda seat cowl and headlight shields.   Read the 2009 ...

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Tech guide: How the Honda VFR1200 can switch from V4 to parallel twin

Ben Purvis, 09 July 2009 15:26

The Honda V4's radical design means that the 200bhp engine’s cylinders can be shut down, turning the V4 into a parallel-twin, so it can sip fuel on the commute and chase superbikes at the weekend.  Honda is giving nothing away. The only official information from the company is that it’s a V4. But our monitoring of patents filed by the firm reveals it’s a ...

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Video: Honda DN-01 test

James Keen, 19 June 2009 17:20

MCN's 2009 longterm test fleet includes the unconventional-looking Honda DN-01. It's an automatic with cruiser geometry, a 680cc v-twin engine and shaft drive. So far so odd - but what's it like to ride? Watch the video to find out.  Find a Honda DN-01 for sale Read the Honda DN-01 first ride report   Zoom & Watch more videos on ...

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The evolution of the Honda Fireblade

James Keen, 13 March 2009 09:52

Since it's arrival in 1992, the flagship Honda Fireblade has continued to re-invent itself and stay at the forefront of sportsbike development. In 1992, the original Fireblade moved the goal posts by focusing on weight rather than horsepower. The competition were claiming more bhps, but the blade's 185kg weight undercut them all by at least 15kg and changed things forever. Thinking of trading in? ...

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Honda brings back monkey bike

MCN News Desk, 21 January 2009 10:41

Honda has brought the famous Monkey bike back from the dead with a new fuel-injected engine that meets the latest emissions regulations. Sell your motorcycle for only £9.99 Honda has been hard at work trying to get the 49cc four-stroke motor cleaned up – the result is a fully injected and catalised engine that puts out 3.4bhp and will do ...

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Honda CBF125s selling fast

Steve Farrell, 07 January 2009 09:33

Honda’s new CBF125 is proving such a hit that dealers are selling out just weeks after the model arrived in showrooms. Many Honda dealers have already “sold the ones they’ve got”, according to the firm’s technical development manager Dave Hancock. Hondas for sale Sales are being driven by the CBF’s recipe of low price and incredible fuel economy combined with ...

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Variable cylinder management for next Pan European

MCN News Desk, 31 December 2008 09:30

Honda's emission killing and fuel-economy boosting Variable Cylinder Management system is an almost dead-cert for the next Pan European due around 2011.   The system works by shutting cylinders on and off as they are needed. It’s just one of a variety of massively high-tech innovations set for the Pan European which could also include a new twin-clutch set up that ...

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Honda CB1100F set for launch

MCN News Desk, 24 December 2008 06:30

While Honda officially launched the majority of its 2009 range months ago it's held back one of the most exciting bikes that will hit dealers next year – the CB1100F. But newly published patents suggest that despite the fact it wasn't revealed during the big bike shows of 2008, it's still on-track to be available in 2009, and could make ...

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