Honda CBR500R: sportiness and compactness at EICMA 2021 [LIVE PHOTO]

The advanced Honda CBR500R appears together with the renewed CB500F and CB500X at the 78th edition of EICMA , the International Two-wheeler Exhibition.   The renewal Streamlined shapes embraced by a sporty look. Among the interesting innovations, in the front area, the presence of a 41 mm upside-down Showa SFF-BP fork , combined with new aluminum wheels with split spokes, stands out . The engine is 500cc twin-cylinder with updates in the PGM-FI electronic injection settings , accentuating the torque delivery to offer liveliness of movement. The power amounts to 35 kW . It can also be driven by those with an A2 license.    Considering the small size and the aforementioned level of power, this model can be the attention of a varied audience that ranges from new motorcyclists who have come from an experience on 125 models to lovers of two wheels in general. Like the naked and the compact Adventure, there is also a lighter swingarm with greater torsional rigidity, as well as increased lateral flexibility, in terms of handling and grip. The adoption of double 296 mm front braking discs and Nissin radial-mount calipers is also underlined .

The advanced Honda CBR500R appears together with the renewed CB500F and CB500X at the 78th edition of EICMA , the International Two-wheeler Exhibition.

The renewal

Streamlined shapes embraced by a sporty look. Among the interesting innovations, in the front area, the presence of a 41 mm upside-down Showa SFF-BP fork , combined with new aluminum wheels with split spokes, stands out .

The engine is 500cc twin-cylinder with updates in the PGM-FI electronic injection settings , accentuating the torque delivery to offer liveliness of movement. The power amounts to 35 kW . It can also be driven by those with an A2 license.

The advanced Honda CBR500R appears together with the renewed CB500F and CB500X at the 78th edition of EICMA , the International Two-wheeler Exhibition.   The renewal Streamlined shapes embraced by a sporty look. Among the interesting innovations, in the front area, the presence of a 41 mm upside-down Showa SFF-BP fork , combined with new aluminum wheels with split spokes, stands out . The engine is 500cc twin-cylinder with updates in the PGM-FI electronic injection settings , accentuating the torque delivery to offer liveliness of movement. The power amounts to 35 kW . It can also be driven by those with an A2 license.    Considering the small size and the aforementioned level of power, this model can be the attention of a varied audience that ranges from new motorcyclists who have come from an experience on 125 models to lovers of two wheels in general. Like the naked and the compact Adventure, there is also a lighter swingarm with greater torsional rigidity, as well as increased lateral flexibility, in terms of handling and grip. The adoption of double 296 mm front braking discs and Nissin radial-mount calipers is also underlined .

Considering the small size and the aforementioned level of power, this model can be the attention of a varied audience that ranges from new motorcyclists who have come from an experience on 125 models to lovers of two wheels in general.

Like the naked and the compact Adventure, there is also a lighter swingarm with greater torsional rigidity, as well as increased lateral flexibility, in terms of handling and grip. The adoption of double 296 mm front braking discs and Nissin radial-mount calipers is also underlined .

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