Honda is bringing back the legendary Transalp range of middle weight adventure motorcycles for 2023.
All new 2023 Honda Transalp will be powered by a 750cc parallel twin found in Honda CB750 Hornet. The liquid cooled parallel twin generates 91 hp and 55 lb-ft of peak torque @ 7,250 rpm. Power is channeled via a 6-speed transmission coupled with an assistw-and-slipper clutch with optional quick shifter.
Suspension duties are performed by Showa SFF-CA (Separate Function Fork-Cartridge) fork with 7.8 inches of travel at the front and Showa remote reservoir monoshock at the back. Stopping power is provided by Nissin two-piston axial mount calipers at the front with dual 310mm rotors and a single 245mm disc at the rear.
- 755cc, Liquid-cooled, Unicam parallel twin
- 6-speed transmission
- 91 hp @ 9,500 rpm
- 55 lb-ft @ 7,250 rpm
- Steel diamond frame
- Showa 43mm SFF-CA; 7.9 in. travel
- Linkage-assisted, spring-preload adjustable Showa remote-reservoir shock
The adventure tourer, created by Honda Italy, has a stylish appearance and is outfitted with modern user aids such as Bluetooth connectivity, a voice control system for Android to manage calls, texts, music, and navigation via a color TFT display lifted from the CB750 Hornet.
Honda offers five accessory packs for the Transalp: Urban, Touring, Adventure, Rally, and Comfort, each with a different combination of extras like baggage, quick-shifter, heated grips, hand protectors, and foot peg options.