We present here for sale this Honda CRF1100L MANUAL - Africa Twin 2020 Model. PURE OFF-ROAD PERFORMANCE! New chassis, bodywork and riding position ensure off-road control. Because control is everything in the dirt. So we completely redesigned the Africa Twins chassis and a lighter main frame; aluminium CRF450R-style swingarm and bolt-on aluminium rear subframe are matched to adjustable long- travel Showa front forks and rear shock. The riding position, too, is tailored for sitting and standing with high-set handlebars and contoured, slimmer seat width. Taut rally-style bodywork is equally slim with compact front fairing and screen. Dual headlights are full LED and have automatic DRL technology for piercing and consistent daytime visibility. ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY TO PUSH LIMITS. You like a challenge. So do we. A real test of what and where is possible. So weve built the new Africa Twin to push limits. The engines increased cubic capacity boosts mid-range torque with an extra 5Nm peak for linear, relentless drive and brings with it an extra 5kW peak power. A competition-style exhaust breathes freely with a highly- tuned crackle. IMU control. A 6-axis Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) constantly monitors dynamic movement for precise management of Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC), Wheelie Control and Engine Brake through four default riding modes and two customisable user modes. Cornering ABS provides increased security on-road and features an off-road setting and rear ABS switch-off. Smart moves. When youre not scanning the trail ahead, youll be looking at the Africa Twins dash so weve given it a 6.5-inch TFT touch screen display, with Apple CarPlay and Bluetooth connectivity. The Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT) option offers manual and automatic shifting, as well as G switch setting for more direct drive when the road runs out. The bike is available for viewing and is well worth a look. Finance is available and is subject to status. Nationwide delivery can be arranged from as little as 60. Usual Dealer facilities including a Large range of clothing, helmets & accessories. Call Padgett's Motorcycles today to ensure that you don't miss out; Suzuki Sales Centre 01924 609808, Honda Sales Centre 01924 437700 and Yamaha Sales Centre 01924 478491.

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Padgetts Motorcycles

226a Bradford Road, WF17 6JD

http://www.padgettsmotorcycles.com

MCN overall review verdict: The third generation of Honda Africa Twin has finally matured into the bike that so many of its fans hoped it would be from the outset. Armed with enough of the latest electronic technology and a bit more go in its super-sized motor, it is a serious contender in the adventure bike market. But is Honda’s decision to move the stock bike more towards the off-road side the right one?  Related: 2020 Honda Africa Twin - the story Related: Best adventure motorbikes Related: Honda CRF1100L Africa Twin Adventure Sports review Related: How to ride a motorbike off-road It may be more agile than the 2020 Honda Africa Twin Adventure Sports, but I can’t help but feel UK riders will be swayed by the practicality offered by the Sports over the stock model’s rugged outlook on life and lighter overall weight. It may not be BMW R1250GS topping, but it is certainly a noticeable improvement. Honda CRF1100L Africa Twin on UK roads We took the Honda for a spin around the UK's toughest test route, the MCN 250, to see how it handles the lumps and bumps of real-world riding conditions. When you stand next to it, the Honda seems tall with its 22.5mm higher bars and Dakar-style display giving it a very imposing front-end. However, throw a leg over the saddle and the Africa Twin’s narrow waist, courtesy of its compact parallel-twin motor, makes it easy to get feet flat on the floor. But there is a downside as the Honda’s pegs are high, crunching up those who are longer in the limb, something that 250 miles of riding certainly highlighted, alongside the Honda’s firmer seat. But what of the taller suspension? There was a time when long-travel suspension and a 21in front wheel equalled a wobbly ride and slightly unnerving feel from the front-end, but those days are long gone. Would I be happy keeping up with sportsbike-mounted mates? Hell yes, especially with the Africa Twin’s new motor. Featuring more capacity for 2020, the Twin’s engine now has a much-needed dose of drama about it that the slightly gutless older version lacked. It’s not a night-and-day transformation but it is one that enhances the Twin’s character, making it a genuinely enjoyable bike to let rev out and work. In making the base-model Africa Twin more off-road focused Honda could have totally ruined it as a road bike, however what they have actually done is make it more accomplished on the tarmac. Yes, the screen is slightly small and the seat a touch firm in direct comparison to Triumph’s Tiger 900, but the Honda’s spirit and fun-factor is now matched by top-rate electronics and even better comfort levels thanks to its higher bars. If you are the kind of rider who occasionally ventures off-road but spends most time riding on the road, the Africa Twin will suit you right down to the ground.

Running costs
Insurance group 17 of 17
Annual road tax £93
Annual service cost £120
Performance
Max power 100 bhp
Max torque 78 ft-lb
Top speed -
1/4-mile acceleration -
Average fuel consumption 57 mpg
Tank range 230 miles
Quick specs
Engine size 1084cc
Frame type Steel semi-double cradle with aluminium sub-frame and swingarm
Engine type Liquid-cooled, 8v, parallel-twin
Fuel capacity 18.8 litres
Seat height 850mm
Bike weight 226kg

Figures shown are for the standard model and so may differ from bike being sold

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1) return the motorcycle and not pay the Optional Final Repayment. If the motorcycle has exceeded the maximum agreed mileage a charge for excess mileage will apply – in this example 6p per mile + VAT for any excess mileage up to 4,999 miles and 12p per mile + VAT for any excess mileage exceeding 4,999 miles If the motorcycle is in good condition (fair wear and tear accepted) and has not exceeded the maximum agreed mileage you will have nothing further to pay;
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