New Honda CBR1000RR ABS

The CBR1000RR builds on the legacy of 'total control' that has shaped its predecessors for 20 years since the introduction of its original gound-breaking forerunner.

New Honda CBR1000RR ABS - Road > Supersports

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New styling package includes a new nose, layered main fairing and a tail section which bring a more aggressive and dynamic look to the New CBR1000RR.

Introduced for the first time on a production motorcycle, an advanced new rear shock uses a double-tube design to ensure smoother and more accurate response, superior damping and improved traction. The New CBR1000RR also features inverted 43mm telescopic front forks with Showa's Big Piston technology, offering improved damping, increased front tyre grip and better stability under braking.

New fuel injection settings for the 999cc inline-4 engine, make it even smoother and easier to use, particularly at smaller throttle openings.

Stunning 12-spoke cast aluminium wheels provide more consistent rigidity to work with the new forks to deliver improved handling.

The new CBR1000RR Fireblade uses a multi-function LCD instrument panel now with lap timer, gear position indicator, plus tachometer with 4 modes of display.

Development Concept

The CBR1000RR focuses on the evolution of the fun of sport riding and ease of handling. In New, changes have been made to the front and rear suspensions and the wheels, which contribute significantly to manoeuvrability while offering improved stability under braking, increased traction performance when pulling away, and enhanced ease of handling for sport riding.

The styling expresses a sense of speed and dynamic action that allows people to imagine sporty riding performance at a glance.

Full LCD meters are adopted for a variety of functions, to further improve the user-friendliness of circuit riding.