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2008 Honda CRF450R and 2008 Honda CRF250R revealed

Honda has revealed the 2008 Honda CRF450R and 2008 Honda CRF250R flagship motocross and enduro motorcycles. The two motorcycles have been given a series of detail changes and redesigned parts to keep them competitive in amateur and competitive racing, with the 2008 Honda CRF450R featuring a frame redesign for bigger air intakes and a removable subframe. The 2008 Honda CRF250R ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • New bikes
  • 12 September 2007

Exhaust patents reveal next generation Honda Fireblade

These patent drawings are conclusive proof that the next Fireblade is to use a Hornet-style under slung exhaust system. The current Fireblade design will be fours years old next year, and in the world of superbike development that means a complete redesign is on the cards. The CBR1000RR was all-new for 2004, and received detail tweaks for 2006, but in ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • New bikes
  • 25 July 2007

Honda's numbers game

Honda revealed it’s financial results for the 2006-2007 financial year last week – here’s how the figures break down. 10,360,000The number of motorcycles made by Honda in the 2006 fiscal year 10,330,000The number of bikes Honda plans to sell in the 2007 fiscal year 2,860,000Bikes sold under the Honda brand but designed and built by ‘overseas affiliates’ 6,421,000The number of ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • General news
  • 03 May 2007

Goldwing owners get limited

The Goldwing Owners Club of Great Britain has just become a Limited Company to protect itself against Civil Claims. The change will not affect club activities or the running of the club, but will help safeguard the club and its future. Details: www.gwocgb.co.uk

  • Motorcycle News
  • General news
  • 26 March 2007

New Hornet dyno tested

Tests have revealed that the new Honda Hornetmakes 98bhp on an independent dyno – only two bhp shy of Honda’s claimed output. The bike uses a detuned version of the latest CBR600RR engine instead of the ancient CBR600F motor used in the old bike. In MCN’s test in January, the new CBR made 107bhp at the back wheel, only 9bhp up ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • New bikes
  • 15 March 2007

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