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Dan Aspel  says:

2011 Honda CBR600F - it's back!

Honda’s much loved CBR600F all-rounder is back for 2011. 2011 Honda CBR600F - full tech specs 2011 Honda CBR600F gallery Dropped from the range in 2006, the new bike uses the current Hornet’s engine and chassis and boasts an entirely new look courtesy of Honda’s Italian design house. Find a Honda CBR600F for sale Read the full story in the next issue of MCN,...

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eltomo

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eltomo says:

looks quite nice, the hornet is an excellent bike - no question about that. this is from what i can see a touring based version, so a hournet with fairing which will fill a gap in the market and compete with the rivals but outclasses much of it.

 

Good Engine, good frame, refined for touring, good idea! - but i'll stick with my B12 i think.

 

I dont know why people on here get all weird about all these bikes theyve probably never ridden..........???

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Cubikrube

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Cubikrube says:

F is for?

Faired/Fairing?

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Minty Fresh

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Minty Fresh says:

Looks crap!

That's my opinion... :)

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evilamnesiac

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evilamnesiac says:

Cubikrube

I thought so, but the hornets are CB600F's, its all a bit confusing! 'cos now you have the CBF too, which is available unfaired.

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bikerbit

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bikerbit says:

F means?

damn was hoping someone had an answer to the F question. Maybe F means fun or functional or in my experience with honda's f**ked lol hmmm any onther thoughts?

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Ricklehurst

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Ricklehurst says:

Hate the way they're trying to make their bikes look so similar.  Ugly IMO.

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WEERED

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WEERED says:

With Decent Exhaust

A wee photoshopped effort it looks a lot better with a decent exhaust I think.

 

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WEERED

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WEERED says:

Sorry that didn't work hopefully this will

http://yfrog.com/3vcbr600fexhaustj

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masa

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masa says:

!

Another 100% sale success from Honda.

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stingy1

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stingy1 says:

i cant help thinking....

Honda has missed the point here. its a naked already in production model, with a fairing.

 

The original cbr600 was its own bike, not based on another. true, it may be a fab bike! but its got a hint of the suzuki teapot styling about it. the tank is too curved, a more aggressive shape of the tank would do wonders, making it a great bike to trick up. you just couldnt imagine this with a single seat cowl etc...but maybe its ME missing the point, it will prob grow on me....after all, i thought the latest blade/r1 was ugly, but they now look sublime.

 

hmm...will have to see one at a dealer

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