The shape of a raw 1970s race bike, with a touch of café racer that is Honda CB1100 RS.
The CB1100 RS will attract attention from the moment you fire it up. A crisp exhaust note through chrome pipes – reminiscent of the CB750 – will not go unnoticed. This bike has an edge to it, the look is pure street with eye-catching front and rear suspension units, full floating discs, a sport striped fuel tank and slim-styled indicators – stunning.
Styled on the 1970’s superbikes: 43mm Showa Dual Bending Valve, two-piece front fork and remote reservoir rear shocks. 17-inch cast aluminium wheels with dual radial-mount, four-piston brake calipers and floating discs.
CB1100 RS is powered by an in-line 4 cylinder engine rated at 90 hp @ 7,500 rpm and 91 Nm @ 5,500 rpm.
The CB1100 RS has a redesigned, custom-style 43mm Dual Bending Valve type fork that provides excellent control. Incorporating a free valve structure that progressively increases the amount of damping according to the road conditions. This simple, innovative technology – a world first –delivers superior performance levels that are equivalent to cartridge type suspension units, but in a lighter package
Twin Showa rear shocks offer adjustable spring preload and operate in unison with a strong steel swingarm.
Engine: Inline four-cylinder, air and oil-cooled, DOHC
Max. Power Output: 90 hp @ 7,500 rpm
Max. Torque: 91Nm @ 5,500rpm
Suspension Front: 43mm conventional fork
Suspension Rear: Twin shocks with adjustable spring preload
Final Drive: Chain
– Retro looks
– Ride quality and handling
– Exhaust note