Honda’s middle-weight neo-sport cafe racer is powered by a 95 hp, 649cc four cylinder engine. The roadster takes styling cues from it’s bigger sibling CB1000R offers similar handling characteristics and performance though it is equipped with a smaller engine. 

Custom CB650R

The purpose built  naked roadster is equipped with Showa Separate Function Big Piston (SFF BP) forks at front and an adjustable monoshock at the rear. Other features include dual-channel ABS with Honda’s Selectable Torque Control (HSTC) which optimises torque output at the rear wheel reducing wheel spin. 

Within the realm of custom motorcycle modifications, the jaw-dropping street fighter is extremely well-liked. The standard option for a good number of the industry’s most prominent motorcycle customizers. Sagaz Honda, a dealership in France that sells Honda motorcycles, has created an incredible custom motorcycle, and we are going to show it to you now. The one-of-a-kind Honda CB650R that has been given the name “Four” sports an eye-catching red paint job with blue and white accents. The renowned Honda RCB1000 from 1976, which Jean-Claude Chemarin and Christian Léon used to compete in endurance racing in the 24 Hours of Liège, served as inspiration for the paint job on the motorcycle.

CB650 Four features a stylish bikini fairing giving it a  race ready look, cafe racer type mirrors and IXRace exhaust. 


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