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Honda Sport Bikes

Honda, the Japanese motorcycle manufacturer, has a long history that also includes building reliable sportbikes. The current company’s lineup includes seven interesting and innovative sport machines, but some of their products that they used to make really remain unforgettable for many bikers.

A Brief History

Since the interests for sport bikes has been increasing constantly, the manufacturers tried pretty hard to release new exciting options that would compete with the rivals on the high level. Soichiro Honda, the founder of the company, wrote about the CB92 Benly Super Sport, a machine that was introduced in 1959 that it was made for delivering the speed and the thrill.

Since the 1950s, many different subtypes have become available. When the CB750 hit the market in 1969, it got the instant popularity, thanks to great speed and power as well as reasonable price. Since the 1990s, the motorcycles came in different versions, such as naked bike, street fighter, and others. Today, the company keeps releasing new versions of sportbikes, allowing customers to enjoy great quality and affordability.

The Most Popular Sportbikes by Honda

The CBR300R features a 300cc single-cylinder engine as well as a 3.4-gal. gas tank. If you use this machine, you will spend about 71 mpg, which means that it allows you to ride for days without filling up. The economy is not the only advantage of this bike, because it also delivers great performance.

The CBR600RR is the rival to GSX-R600 by Suzuki and the Yamaha R6. The 2017 model comes with CBS. This 599 cc street machine belongs to the CBR series that was first introduced in 2003.

The CBR 50 is very well known for high performance and reliability. It does look like the sportier 600 and 1000 while offering a more ergonomic riding position.

The CBR 1000 is one of these sport bikes that make history. Its owners have enjoyed great success on the track for a long time. According to the manufacturer, it was built to ensure a good connection between the rider and the machine.

1970 - 2022
49 - 1284 cm³
Dry weight
73 - 247 kg
Top speed
87 - 355 km/h
Engine type
Number of cylinders
1 - 6
Cylinder location
2 - 16
4 - 248 HP
Cooling system


Hornet 2.0, 2022
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Grom, 2022
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Unicorn, 2022
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CBR500R, 2022
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CBR650R, 2022
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CB200X, 2022
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CBR300R, 2022
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MSX125, 2022
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Rebel 500, 2022
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CB350RS, 2022
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CB125F, 2022
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CBR150R, 2022
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CB500X, 2022
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X Blade
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CBR600RR , 2022
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Rebel 500, 2021
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CB500X, 2021
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CBR500R, 2021
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CBR600RR, 2021
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CBR300R, 2021
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CB125F, 2021
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Grom, 2021
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