They not only contrast with the imposing black, DOHC engine, they highlight the CB650F’s super sport connection with Honda’s racing heritage.Seeing clearly The clear-lensed LED headlights illuminate the darkest roads and city streets.They’re stiffer around the headstock and more flexible in the middle of the spars to deliver balanced handling characteristics with high levels of feedback.New Showa Fork Technology A brand-new 41mm Showa Dual Bending Valve (SDBV) fork improves ride comfort and handling.It delivers proportional rebound damping with firmer compression damping as the travel increases.Information Central The dash offers twin digital screens.Genuine middleweight four-cylinder motorcycles are an important Honda tradition, and bigger isn’t always better.
Rear shock Underneath the seat is housed a single-tube, monoshock suspension unit with 7-stage spring preload adjustment.
It the works directly on the neatly curved, gravity die-cast – for stability and strength – aluminium swingarm.
A black, rear swingarm matches perfectly with the finish of the cast alloy wheels.
The DOHC 16-valve cylinder head employs direct cam actuation with a 11.4:1 compression ratio.
Good Bones The CB650F’s steel diamond frame features twin 64mm x 30mm elliptical spars.
Now it’s your turn, and like a European supermodel, the CB650F is honed, toned and gorgeous.