How to prep your race-bred CBR® for track days

  
  • AUTHOR
    American Honda
  • POSTED
    Oct 24, 2013
  • POSTED IN
    Street

Full-on sportbikes can deliver remarkable versatility with the addition of a few simple changes. For example, you can transform a formidable canyon-carver into a more broad-based platform readily capable of long-distance touring. Or in this case, we’ll stick a little closer to type as we transform our 2007 CBR1000RR into a track-day bike with a few simple mods.

Transportation on a Budget

  
  • AUTHOR
    American Honda
  • POSTED
    Oct 23, 2013
  • POSTED IN
    Street

What starts at $3,449 and doesn't get any higher than $6,999? A whole bunch of great new motorcycles from Honda.

September Brought More Favorite 2014 Honda Models

  
  • AUTHOR
    American Honda
  • POSTED
    Oct 22, 2013
  • POSTED IN
    News

The good news from September was Honda’s announcement of nine more 2014 models. These selections included well-established bikes that continue to be big favorites among riders and remain very much in demand. These models included the Shadow Line and 1300 Custom Line of popular Honda cruisers, and the iconic Rebel and XR650L.

2013 Honda Muscle Milk Racing Team Sponsors

  
  • AUTHOR
    American Honda
  • POSTED
    Oct 21, 2013
  • POSTED IN
    Offroad

While riders Trey Canard and Justin Barcia grab most of the spotlight on Team Honda Muscle Milk, a host of team sponsors contribute toward making the full year of racing a viable option. Here we take a quick look behind the scenes at the companies and products that help make it all possible.

Honda Throttle By Wire Technology

  
  • AUTHOR
    American Honda
  • POSTED
    Oct 18, 2013
  • POSTED IN
    News

Among its numerous technical credentials, the VFR1200F features a clever and effective bit of Honda engineering: the use of a Throttle By Wire (TBW) system. Thanks to this setup, the throttle valve layout in the Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI) system is now freed from the restrictions imposed by a mechanically linked/actuated throttle-grip system. As a result, this TBW setup is more compact and lighter than conventional cable-operated systems.

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