New Honda CB650R

When it comes to urban biking, riding doesn’t get much better than with the Honda CB650R, which makes a virtue of minimalism, with its stripped-down, streamlined design exuding street-level appeal. Super-compact and possessed of an assertive and dynamic stance, this cruiser is the perfect choice for free-spirited individuals who appreciate retro style while enjoying contemporary craftsmanship.

Indeed, the CB650R is loaded with all the tech needed to make each journey a memorable one. Full LED lighting, for example, adds unquestionable visual appeal while providing high-quality blue-tinted illumination. And, located within easy reach beneath your seat, you’ll find a USB port – ideal for charging your mobile device.

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LCD dash View all essential bike data in real time with the CB650R’s vivid LCD instrument display, which includes Shift Up and Gear Position indicators.
LED illumination All lighting is provided by powerful, long-lasting LEDs, the most prominent of which is a large circular headlamp that emits a blue-tinted beam of light, ensuring exceptional night-time visibility.
Emergency Stop Signal Emergency Stop Signal is a clever piece of tech that instantly detects hard braking pressure. In so doing, it initiates front and rear hazard lights, thus providing an immediate and super-effective warning to any vehicles that lay ahead and behind.
Intake duct technology The CB650R’s dual air-intake duct effortlessly transfers air between the spaces within the engine, thus enabling unfettered air distribution while optimising torque delivery.
Torque sense Thanks to Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC), this model delivers seamless traction, regardless of the road you’re travelling on and/or whatever the weather might be doing. HSTC manages rear-wheel grip, ensuring that it maintains the same speed as the front wheel.
A2 licence-holder? No worries Okay, the bike comes with a standard-issue 93.9bhp engine – but what if I don’t have an A1 licence? If that’s the case, a straightforward conversion will impose a 46.9bhp limit, making it A2-licence-friendly. Once you’ve acquired your full A licence, retro-conversion is just as simple.
Next steps If you’d like to take a closer look at the CB650R, please don’t hesitate to book your test ride with Brayley Honda today.