2022 Honda Motorcycle Guide

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Supersport

– 2022 Honda CBR1000RR-R Fireblade SP – New model

– 2022 Honda CBR1000RR ABS

– 2022 Honda CBR1000RR

– 2022 Honda CBR600RR ABS

– 2022 Honda CBR600RR

– 2022 Honda CBR650R

– 2022 Honda CBR500R – (USA)

– 2022 Honda CBR500R ABS

– 2022 Honda CBR300R ABS

– 2022 Honda CBR300R – (USA)

– 2022 Honda CBR125R – New model

 

 

Neo-Sports Cafe

– 2022 Honda CB1000R – New model

– 2022 Honda CB1000R Black Edition – New model

– 2022 Honda CB650R ABS

– 2022 Honda CB350 – New model (Europe)

– 2022 Honda CB300R ABS

 

 

Sport

– 2022 Honda CB500F ABS

– 2022 Honda CB125F – New model

 

 

Touring

– 2022 Honda Gold Wing

– 2022 Honda Gold Wing DCT

– 2022 Honda Gold Wing Tour

– 2022 Honda Gold Wing Tour DCT

– 2022 Honda Gold Wing Tour DCT Airbag

 

 

Cruiser

– 2022 Honda Shadow Phantom (USA)

– 2022 Honda Shadow AERO (USA)

– 2022 Honda Shadow AERO ABS (USA)

– 2022 Honda Rebel 1100 – New model

– 2022 Honda Rebel 1100 DCT – New model

– 2022 Honda Rebel 500 ABS SE

– 2022 Honda Rebel 500 ABS

– 2022 Honda Rebel 500 – (USA)

– 2022 Honda Rebel 300 ABS

– 2022 Honda Rebel 300

 

 

Chopper

– 2022 Honda Fury (USA)

 

 

Adventure

– 2021 Honda Africa Twin Adventure Sports ES DCT

– 2021 Honda Africa Twin Adventure Sports ES

– 2022 Honda Africa Twin DCT

– 2022 Honda Africa Twin

– 2022 Honda NC750X DCT ABS

– 2022 Honda NC750X

– 2022 Honda XR650L

– 2022 Honda CB500X ABS

– 2022 Honda CRF300 Rally – New model

 

 

MiniMOTO

– 2022 Honda Monkey (USA)

– 2022 Honda Monkey ABS (USA)

– 2022 Honda Super Cub C125

– 2022 Honda Trail 125 ABS – New model

– 2022 Honda MSX 125 Grom – Updated

– 2022 Honda MSX 125 Grom ABS – Updated

 

 

Dual Sport

– 2022 Honda X-ADV – New model

– 2022 Honda XR650L

– 2022 Honda CRF450L

– 2022 Honda CRF450RL – New model

– 2022 Honda CRF300L – New model

– 2022 Honda CRF250L ABS (USA)

– 2022 Honda CRF250L (USA)

– 2022 Honda CRF250L Rally ABS (USA)

– 2022 Honda CRF250L Rally (USA)

 

 

Scooters

– 2022 Honda ADV150 – New model

2022 Honda Ruckus

2022 Honda Metropolitan

– 2022 Honda SH350i – New model

– 2022 Honda SH Mode 125 – New model

– 2022 Honda PCX125

– 2022 Honda PCX150 (USA)

– 2022 Honda PCX150 ABS (USA)

 

 

Trail

– 2022 Honda CRF450X

– 2022 Honda CRF250F

– 2022 Honda CRF125F

– 2022 Honda CRF125FB Big Wheel

– 2022 Honda CRF110F

– 2022 Honda CRF50F

 

 

Competition

– 2022 Honda CRF450RWE – New model

– 2022 Honda CRF450R – New model

– 2022 Honda CRF450RX – Redesigned

– 2022 Honda CRF250R

– 2022 Honda CRF250RX

– 2022 Honda CRF150R

– 2022 Honda CRF150R Expert (Big Wheel)

 

 

ATV / Quad

– 2022 Honda Fourtrax Rincon

– 2022 Honda Fourtrax Foreman Rubicon 4×4

– 2022 Honda Fourtrax Foreman 4×4

– 2022 Honda Fortrax Rancher

– 2022 Honda Fortrax Recon

 

 

Concept Bikes

– 2022 Honda CB-F Concept – New model

 

 

 

From the Manufacturer – 2022 Honda Motorcycle Guide

Honda Passion Leads to All-new 2021 CBR1000RR-R Fireblade SP – More powerful and technologically advanced model adds to Honda’s supersport legacy

Honda Motor Co. founder Soichiro Honda dreamed of competing in races around the world—and winning—with a vehicle of his own making. Driven by the same competitive spirit, and having since amassed the most premier-class Grand Prix victories of any manufacturer, Honda announced today the 2022 Honda CBR1000RR-R Fireblade SP. An evolution of Honda’s legendary 1,000cc sportbike, the all-new model draws heavily on MotoGP technology and will carry Honda’s sport motorcycle lineup into the future while also bolstering its racing efforts in series including the FIM Superbike World Championship.

Designed from the ground up with involvement from Honda Racing Corporation (HRC) and an extreme focus on outright track performance, the CBR1000RR-R Fireblade SP pairs a more compact, yet more powerful inline four-cylinder engine with an all-new frame with optimized rigidity for improved grip and feel. An advanced suite of electronic rider aids works to enable fast lap times, while aerodynamic technologies from the RC213V MotoGP race bike are used to both increase downforce and improve braking stability. For the first time, the “Fireblade” name is being used in the U.S. market.

“From our earliest days, Honda has been committed to developing class-leading motorcycles capable of winning races,” said Chris Cox, American Honda’s Manager of Experiential Marketing/Public Relations. “Developed around technologies and information gleaned from Honda’s Grand Prix racing efforts, the 2021 CBR1000RR-R Fireblade SP highlights the brand’s competitive spirit, and we’re excited for riders to experience the latest in our storied line of sport motorcycles.”

CBR1000RR-R FIREBLADE SP
Focusing on outright track performance, engineers have developed the CBR1000RR-R Fireblade SP with engine and chassis technology from MotoGP, the all-new model drawing heavily on the RCV combustion efficiency and low-friction solutions. The engine is more compact than the inline four-cylinder powerplant it replaces and benefits from the use of high-end technologies like titanium connecting rods, forged aluminum pistons and finger-follower rocker arms.

The 2022 Honda CBR1000RR-R Fireblade SP uses an all-new aluminum diamond frame with increased vertical and torsional rigidity, but decreased horizontal rigidity, for maximum levels of grip and feel. A longer swingarm—stamped from aluminum of 18 individual thicknesses—is developed with lessons learned through Honda’s Grand Prix efforts, further highlighting the connection between the all-new model and Honda’s championship-winning race bikes.

Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC) has been optimized and an adjustable Start Mode joins Power, Engine Brake and Wheelie Control; a quick shifter is standard. The CBR1000RR-R Fireblade SP is outfitted with a six-axis Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU), three-level Honda Electronic Steering Damper (HESD) and second-generation Öhlins Smart Electronic Control (S-EC) suspension and user interface. New Brembo Stylema brake calipers bite 330mm rotors through two-level ABS. The bodywork and riding position have an uncompromising focus on aerodynamic performance, and the fairing features MotoGP-derived winglets to generate downforce. A full-color TFT screen and Honda Smart Key are the finishing touches.

Color: HRC Tricolor

 

 

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