Honda’s Wild Concepts for Tokyo Show — Motorcycle USA

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Honda’s Wild Concepts for Show

The EVO6 is a concept Honda will unveil at the Tokyo Motor Show, utilizes the Gold Wing’s Six.

In anticipation of the 40th Motor Show, scheduled for 27th — November Honda has revealed images of exciting prototypes. At this we’re just being with a handful of pictures and names, but our imaginations are buzzing redline as we inspect photos of the … EVO6 and retro of the four-cylinder CB1100R and CB1100F.

The hog in this group is the wicked-looking Unless we’re way off base, … beast is a Gold Flat 6 stuffed into a Honda chassis with a swingarm and very Honda wheels. Considering Suzuki’s this year of the massive and spy shots circulating of a ZX-14-powered from Kawasaki, it makes that Honda would taking the plunge into the … class.

Are they testing the water by these pictures? Most

The inverted fork on the EVO6 to feature a standard braking so the design/concept has likely been for a while — or are Honda looking at ways to cut costs? Who with Honda. What we do is MCUSA Editorial Director Ken is already giddy over

Overall this bike absolutely bad-…, said with his eyes glued to the gnarly exhaust configuration. We what the potential is here the days of the one-off production mega cruiser powered by the Wing motor. This is smooth and powerful.

Nothing down a smoky burnout that bike did.

can take a walk, or shall we say down memory lane if the CB1100R makes it to production.

at the nostalgic heartstrings of many will be the new CB1100R. Taking its styling cues from the racebike design, the Tokyo CB sports a tubular steel dual shocks, inverted and radial mount brakes. In concept the air-cooled Inline-Four appears to serve as a stressed of the frame, with a braced swingarm and classic dual shocks.

Check out the five-spoke gold That is vintage Honda

The air-cooled motor will be based on the historic CB mills of the with a hint of performance out to make sure there’s worthy behind the old-school It should have a widespread among vintage Honda CB so no doubt the Japanese marque sell a couple handfuls if the was right.

This bike has the to become a cult icon in a period of time. Honda has they are willing to produce retro-racers when they the Dream 50R back in 2005. also sold the retro-looking Super Four and Bol D’Or in

Given the success of retro offered up from Triumph and why shouldn’t the world’s biggest manufacturer get a piece of the nouveau-vintage

If you’re interested in how the original ran, check out our Memorable article. which records our correspondent, Frank Melling, the Historic Endurance Racing Honda CB1100R at the Bikers’ festival in Spa Francorchamps in Belgium.

wishing for a return of the traditional UJM Japanese Motorcycle) might be in with the CB1100F, which has announced it will display at the Tokyo Motor Show.

Vintage Honda meets technology if this bike into play. While not as as the EV06 or the CB1100R concepts, it has the potential to appeal to street who miss the era when bikes more simple and straightforward. As its R sibling, CB1100F’s air-cooled will likely be based on the CB mills of yesteryear.

Concept have a spotty history of seeing the production light of but it would be interesting to see what the could do with a budget-oriented Could it fill a niche as the UJM (Universal Japanese Motorcycle), seems to have fallen by the due to more and more radical like, well, the EVO6?

Stay tuned as we wait for to fill in the world on its grand


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