Highlight of Honda’s in-line 4 history
The models below chart Honda’s long history of in-line four ‘CB’ machines, dating back to the introduction of the seminal CB750, up to the release in 2019 of the Neo Sports Café-style CB650R.
Honda is presenting twelve customised versions of the CB1000R – the flagship of its Neo Sports Café range – at the Wheels & Waves show in Biarritz, France. The bikes have been created by Honda, its dealers and partner custom shops from France, Italy, Switzerland and Spain – and draw their influence from a wide range of models, personalities and design themes.
Honda Motor Europe is pleased to announce its full 2019 off-road and dual purpose line-up, with the upgraded CRF250R taking centre stage. The CRF250R receives performance and chassis upgrades inherited from the flagship CRF450R motocross bike, which itself now features Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC) for the first time. The CRF450L, CRF250L and CRF250 RALLY receive colour and graphic upgrades.