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Great CBR600F stories

Have you got Britain's best CBR600F? Or got a fantastic CBR600F story? MCN wants to find the UK's best CBRs (the F NOT the RR version) and the best tales from people who've owned them. The bikes could be customised or standard and immaculate, performance enhanced or simply bizarre. If you think your bike is of interest please send a recent photo...

  • Created 30 May 2014 10:22 by Phil West
  • Last comment 166 days ago ago by NoPasaran


Honda CBR600 owners wanted

MCN is looking for Honda CBR600 owners for an upcoming feature. Whether you own an original jelly mould CBR600 from 1987 or a supersport-focused CBR600RR, we'd like to hear from you. If you'd like to be considered for the feature, email with your contact number and a head and shoulders photograph of yourself.

  • Created 11 February 2013 16:29 by MCN
  • Last comment 2 years ago ago by ladyguinness


How to remove a seized bolt from CBR600F Sport%X92s radiator

Q. I've a Honda CBR600F Sport and was just about to give it a good clean today when one of the bolts on the V-piece under the radiator just kept turning. So I thought I'll take the left-hand fairing off and carefully take the V-piece off with the left-hand fairing. All was going well until I found another seized bolt in its...

  • Created 07 June 2012 17:47 by MCN


Best all-weather tyres for a Honda CBR600F

Q. I bought an N-plate Honda CBR600F six months ago with Michelin Pilot 1s fitted that arejust about done after 5000 miles and three track days. I will be using the bike mainly for summer riding and a handful of track days in the dry and wet. I am considering replacing them with Dunlops, Michelins or Bridgestones. I like the thought...

  • Created 15 December 2011 12:54 by MCN


Used Motorcycles: Honda CBR600F buyers guide

Price new: %XA36550Engine: 599cc, 16v, dohc inline fourPower: 110bhpTop speed: 155mphWeight: 170kg Honda's 2001 CBR600F is probably the most versatile, most rewarding and most honest modern middleweight machine you can buy. With its genuine pillion comfort, near-160mph top speed, HISS ignition-based immobiliser, famed Honda build quality and a centrestand you've got the blend of practicality and performance all-but missing from today's...

  • Created 02 March 2009 16:33 by RiDE


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