Honda Neo Sports Cafe Motorcycle

Oct 26, 2017

Category: Rides

While their cars leave something to be desired, the folks at Honda are wizards when it comes to motorcycles – thanks in part to their wildly successful CB series and its popularity amongst bike customizers. Even without customization, Honda’s bikes are some of the best you can drive off the lot. And that’s what excites us about this potential new addition to their bikes, the Neo Sports Café concept motorcycle.

As is the case with most bike concepts, this one came with little in regards to potential performance information. What we do know is this: the four-into-one exhaust is likely to connect to a fuel-injected inline 4-cylinder air- and oil-cooled engine – similar to the one onboard the brand’s popular CB1100. It also features a large LED headlight ring, a space between the handlebars for a digital display or smartphone mount, and looks about as good as factory-spec bikes get. Lets hope this is a sign of things to come from Honda.

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