Honda Neo Sports Cafe Racers available at Motoden Honda
The Honda CB125R Neo Sports Café - A small bike that’s big on fun.
An ideal machine for new riders – the more you ride it, the more your confidence will grow. The emphasis is on minimalism, allowing its raw character to shine through; the contrasting metal finish and underslung exhaust are real eye-catchers. The CB125R is a hit wherever it goes and will eagerly take you to the next level of motorcycling…in style.
Light time - All lights, including indicators, on the CB125R are LED. Up front the distinctive round headlight with its metal-toned rim – a signature feature – includes a daytime running light that will make you much more visible to other road users
Safer stops - Front brake is a radial-mounted, 4-piston caliper, wave-style floating disc brake. The rear is a 2-piston caliper, 220mm wave disc. They are both constantly regulated during use by 2-channel ABS. This high-specification system works through an IMU (Inertial Measurement Unit) to give a finely-balanced, front-to-rear operation in all riding conditions.
Café style - A brushed aluminium look radiator shroud, contrasts the overall blacked-out engine, adding to the hard-edged, attitude and Neo Sports Café look of this new street machine.
Short and sharp - Underslung exhaust, cradles the dark shape of single-cylinder engine and exits through a dual chamber muffler down low. Finished in contrasting black and alloy, it adds to the sporty nature of the CB125R.
The Honda CB300R Neo Sports Café - There’s no concealing its raw temperament.
It’s an aggressive, bold new look that contrasts brushed alloy radiator shrouds with a blacked-out engine and an underslung, upswept exhaust. The all-new steel tubular frame and stout-looking, 41mm upside down front forks, provide agile handling as well as character. On the lighter side, headlight, taillight and indicators are all LED; this bike is made to be seen and stand out everywhere.
It’s an ideal machine for young riders to step up to, or for those looking to increase their experience and confidence on two wheels. The tough looks are not a shallow impression; the emphasis – like the CB1000R – is on metal. It's a hard little character that can take on the city backstreets, as well as stretch its legs out on the open roads. What more do you need?
Brighter lights - All lights, including indicators, on the CB300R are LED. At first sight, there’s the thin round headlight with its metal-tone rim. It’s a signature feature with a distinctive, ringed running light as well as an attention grabbing, two-bar light feature.
Strong road holding - The tough-looking 41mm USD forks combined with a 5-stage preload, rear shock – mounted on a pressed-steel, pro-link swingarm – are the basis of the CB300R’s agile handling.
Fit for the street - A brushed aluminium radiator shroud contrasts the overall blacked-out engine; adding to the hard-edged look of this new class of street machine.
Upswept style - Underslung, dual-chamber exhaust, cradles the dark shape of the single-cylinder engine and sweeps up at the rear. Finished by contrasting black with chrome, it adds to the aggressive, ‘tail-up’, ready-to-go intentions of the bike.
The Honda CB1000R Neo Sports Café - A naked sports bike with a difference.
Compact and muscular, just a quick glance catches the eye with burnished metal finishes that reflect the tradition of a hard-charging Café Racer. It’s a powerful beast that handles, and performs, beautifully. Say hello, if you dare, to the new CB1000R.
We call it the Neo Sports Café Racer and it’s a new stripped-back style for the CB1000R. Completely redesigned from the wheels up, with the emphasis on metal, it has an individual and aggressive character. With an engine and casings finished in a deep black, this bike casts a new shadow out on the street and shows real presence anywhere you ride it – or park it.
The art of alloy - A burnished alloy radiator shroud along with engine casings and airbox cover add a hard edge to this new class of street machine.
Full beam ahead - All lighting on the CB1000R is LED. The first thing you’ll notice is the thin round headlight with its metal-tone painted rim. It’s a signature feature with a distinctive, horseshoe light ring as well as an attention-grabbing two-bar light feature.
Stopping power - Dual front, radial-mounted disc brakes have 4-piston calipers, along with ABS they provide incredible braking force, and feel, when you need it in all riding conditions.
Shaped for sound - A 4-2-1 exhaust system, closely cradles the new engine; above 5500rpm it emits a deep raw tone, you’ll hear the CB1000R before you can see it.