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Andy Downes  says:

New colours for Honda CBF125 and Transalp

Honda has kept changes to the big selling CBF125 commuter bike and the 680cc Transalp to just new colours for 2010. The CBF125 is now available in a white and black paintscheme alongside the red, silver and black colours currently available. The CBF125 was introduced at the start of this year as a modern replacement for the old CG125 as a cheap...

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  • Posted 5 years ago (09 November 2009 09:16)

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ariesfour

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ariesfour says:

X-Factor Sponsored by Honda?

I really like the Transalp, always have. It's a very capable bike, comfy and only lacking a little bit of extra power, but what is really disconcerting is the X-Factor styled graphics on the body work!!! Are Honda really that it trouble that they have had to saddle up with Simon Cowell to issuse a bike that looks like it has been endorsed by the pop mogul and it's fan base? Don't they realise the tweenies that vote on those shows aren't old enough to ride motorbikes anyway! Looks good in white a apart from that though ;-)

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