Honda has unveiled its latest retro-modern CB-F Concept motorcycle inspired by the famous CB900F, which is known as the Honda CB750F in Japan. The unveiling took place at the Honda Virtual Motorcycle Show conducted on the brand’s official website.
Due to the cancellation of the Osaka and Tokyo Motorcycle Show 2020 because of the Covid-19 pandemic, Honda created its own virtual show to do reveal the CB-F Concept to the world.
Honda CB-F Concept indeed has a retro touch to it, courtesy to the single-piece seat and boxy fuel tank. Of course, the round headlight also helps to create an old-school image. However, don’t let the classic look fool you because the CB-F Concept has been fitted with a very much modern 998cc, in-line 4-pot, liquid-cooled engine.
The CB-F Concept uses a lightweight and high-tensile steel frame for supreme agility. It has USD forks up front and mono-shock at the rear. The single-sided swingarm is present to enhance the bike’s handling characteristics and we can’t really argue that it looks pretty cool, too. The exhaust system of the CB-F Concept is a 4 into 1 unit which should sound amazing.
We also know that the CB-F Concept measures 2,120 mm in length, 790 mm in width, and 1,070 mm in height. Honda has not announced any further details about the concept model.