Four racers guided through CBT by the Honda School of Motorcycling
With a wealth of collective motorsport experience behind them, four racers completed their Compulsory Bike Training with the Honda School of Motorcycling.
Since its beginning, Honda has strived to reach the pinnacle in its motorsports challenges. In 1954, to realize his dream of becoming the world's best company, founder Soichiro Honda declared the company's entry into the Isle of Man TT in the FIM Road Racing World Championship Grand Prix (WGP), the premier class at the time.
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.