New CB1000 Hornet: Power and Performance
Headlining the new line-up is the CB1000 Hornet, the latest addition to Honda's growing Hornet family. Powered by a retuned version of the in-line four-cylinder engine from the 2017YM CBR1000RR Fireblade, the CB1000 Hornet delivers impressive performance with over 110kW of peak power and more than 100Nm of torque. It features an all-new steel twin spar frame, providing a perfect balance of dynamic cornering performance and stability.
New CB500 Hornet: Aggressive Styling and Aerodynamic Performance
Joining the Hornet family is the CB500 Hornet, inspired by its bigger siblings. This bike features aggressive styling and aerodynamic performance that perfectly complement the iconic Hornet name. The fairing of the CB500 Hornet incorporates headlight side ducts that enhance the bike's linear steering feel and handling agility. Equipped with a 471cc engine meeting maximum A2 license requirements, the CB500 Hornet delivers 35kW of power and 43Nm of torque.
The Return of the CBR600RR: Cutting-Edge Electronics and Aerodynamics
After six years, the much-loved CBR600RR makes a comeback to Honda's European line-up. This middleweight super sports bike is loaded with cutting-edge MotoGP-inspired electronics and aerodynamics. The CBR600RR is powered by a free-revving four-cylinder engine that delivers peak power of 89kW and 63Nm of torque. Its chassis package offers excellent handling and stability, with a twin-spar aluminum frame, Showa Big Piston USD front forks, and a Unit Pro-Link Showa rear shock.
Introducing the New NX500: Adventure On and Off the Road
The iconic 'NX' designation returns to Honda's line-up with the new NX500. Designed to excel on both winding roads and gravel trails, this bike offers versatility and adventure. With new styling and performance upgrades, the NX500 provides an exceptional riding experience. It features a reduced kerb weight, revised suspension, and improved acceleration thanks to new fuel injection settings.
Upgrades to the CBR500R: Sporty Styling and Enhanced Performance
The gateway machine to Honda's CBR super sports family, the CBR500R, receives significant upgrades for the 24YM. Inspired by the Fireblade, the CBR500R features a crisp and updated design, including new headlights, taillights, and revised bodywork with winglets for improved front-end feel. The bike also boasts new fuel injection settings for improved low rpm acceleration.
Refreshed CB650R and CBR650R: Style, Technology, and the Honda E-Clutch
Honda's CB650R naked middleweight and its sibling, the CBR650R, receive a style refresh and new technology for the 24YM. The CB650R features a more dynamic and purposeful look, with a new slanted LED headlight, updated radiator shrouds, and a sharper rear fairing. The CBR650R, on the other hand, boasts redesigned dual LED headlights and updated fairings, enhancing its sporting appeal.
Enhanced Performance for the CBR1000RR-R Fireblade
The CBR1000RR-R Fireblade and its SP version receive significant upgrades for the 24YM, focusing on mid-range performance and throttle response. With engine and gearbox updates, the CBR1000RR-R Fireblade now delivers even more corner exit acceleration alongside its impressive top-end power. The bike features a lighter frame, shorter gear ratios, and a redesigned middle fairing with new winglets. The SP version of the Fireblade introduces the new Öhlins Smart Electronic 43mm S-EC3.0 (SV) NPX USD forks, offering excellent performance and control.
CRF1100L Africa Twin and Africa Twin Adventure Sports: Performance and Practicality
The 24YM marks the introduction of the CRF1100L Africa Twin and its Adventure Sports variant, offering performance and practicality for adventure enthusiasts. Both models feature a 7% increase in maximum torque, delivered earlier in the rpm range, thanks to engine enhancements. The Dual Clutch Transmission gearbox has also been revised for improved performance and a more natural feel. Practicality is further enhanced with tubeless tires for easier roadside repair and a larger, 5-way adjustable screen.