Honda's Automatic Dual-Clutch Transmission (DCT) is a breakthrough feature that makes riding easier and more fun.
Our DCT enhances the riding experience by letting you focus on the most rewarding parts of your ride, making each mile even better.
Choose Manual Mode, and you can override the automatic shifting on the fly with a pair of handlebar-mounted fingertip shifters.
Seamless power delivery and no power interruptions mean you avoid momentary traction losses between shifts.
Because our DCT is built with steel gears inside, there are no drive belts to slip, break, or burn up, and there’s no torque converter either. They’re as tough and efficient as any manual gearbox.
Programmed Ride Modes like Drive, Sport and Manual allow you to adjust the Africa Twin’s ride character. There’s also a special G-Switch for off-road riding, that helps you slide the rear tire under throttle input, to help steer with the rear.
Engine compression braking is key to bike control, especially when entering turns or on technical downhills off-road. Since DCT has manual-type gearbox internals, you get genuine compression braking—and control.
DCT means no hunting for neutral or reaching for a shifter when you’re standing on the pegs. Plus, your left hand is free to activate a garage-door opener, find a parking key card or pay at a toll booth.
Supercars and Formula 1 use paddle-shift transmissions because they offer the fastest, most efficient shifting and deliver consistent power to the ground.
DCT’s seamless power delivery is a big benefit on steep hills or in low-speed situations.
Eliminate the drama that comes with stopping and restarting on a steep incline. DCT lets you twist and go.
Ever knock helmets with your passenger when shifting? That won’t happen with DCT.
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