Honda Motorcycles

(30)
Sort by:  
CBR1000RR Fireblade (119 kW) [10]
1
Honda CBR1000RR

Sports Bike; Cubic Capacity: 1000 cc; Number of Cylinders: 4; No ABS as standard

The only second-hand bike in this round-up, the 2010 CBR1000RR is a very well balanced effort that offers amazing bang for your buck in Fast Bikes' opinion thanks to its excellent motor and …

Compare
Favourites

4 reviews

 

Honda CBR600RR (86 kW) [05]
2
Honda CBR600RR (86 kW) [05]

Sports Bike; Cubic Capacity: 599 cc; Number of Cylinders: 4; No ABS as standard

Fast Bikes weren't too happy about the CBR600RR's price tag and they said that the midrange could be better, thus implying that you'll need to work the motor. On the other hand, …

Compare
Favourites

1 review

 

CBR 600 RR (customised) [09]
3
Honda CBR600RR (customised) [09]

Sports Bike; Number of Cylinders: 4

Excellent fueling and a simply fantastic handling make this CBR600RR a real pleasure to ride that's also a great choice for those wanting to improve their turning chops. Fast Bikes were pleased …

Compare
Favourites

1 review

 

 
Honda CBR600RR
4
Honda CBR600RR

Sports Bike; Cubic Capacity: 599 cc; Number of Cylinders: 4; No ABS as standard

Fast Bikes believe that the Honda CBR600RR is a superior road bike. They say it has aged well, and that the used market has also been favourable to it. However, the dash looks rather old fashioned,

Compare
Favourites

4 reviews

 

More information at: Fast Bikes, issue April 2012 Forgotten class The supersports class of bikes has been virtually forgotten, and even though thrills can easily be found elsewhere, it doesn't mean this class has nothing to offer. In test: Five supersports bikes were reviewed and rated under the headings track, fast road, hooligan, new rider, and desirability. Final scores of 1 x 6, 2 x 7, 1 x 8 and 1 x 9 points out of 10 were awarded. … to review

Honda Fireblade

Sports Bike; Number of Cylinders: 4; No ABS as standard

"Plus: Weight, Honda build quality, collectable. Minus: Big money now, lots of knackered examples."

Compare
Favourites

3 reviews

 

VTR 1000 SP1 [00]
Honda VTR 1000 SP-1 [00]

Sports Bike

When the VTR1000 SP-1 appeared on the market, it was hampered by a huge price tag, a tiny petrol tank and horrible fuelling, but it was also a beast of a bike that managed to break Ducati's

Compare
Favourites

1 review

 

More information at: Fast Bikes, issue Summer 2012 2000s Bike Guide - 2000 Honda VTR1000 SP-1 In the late 90s, Ducati was where it was at, and if you didn't ride one you didn't have the slightest chance of winning a competition. But then Honda stepped up its game and created the VTR1000 SP-1... … to review

Honda VFR 800 X Crossrunner C-ABS (75 kW) [11]
Honda VFR 800 X Crossrunner C-ABS (75 kW) [11]

Sports Tourer; Cubic Capacity: 782 cc; Number of Cylinders: 4; ABS

Though the Honda Crossrunner is alright for touring on, and it offers an assured and pleasurable ride, it doesn't like carrying heavy loads, and the small and basic dash are not ideal for

Compare
Favourites

2 reviews

 

More information at: Fast Bikes, issue February 2012 Tour de force The popularity of the adventure-touring market is growing strongly, but the question of whether form and function are affected by budget has to be asked. In test: Three touring bikes were reviewed and rated under the headings track, fast road, hooligan, new rider, and desirability. Final scores of 1 x 7, 1 x 8 and 1 x 9 points out of 10 were awarded. … to review

CBR 1000 RR Fireblade C-ABS (131 kW) [12]
Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade C-ABS (131 kW) [12]

Sports Bike; Cubic Capacity: 1000 cc; Number of Cylinders: 4; ABS

The hefty price tag of Honda's CBR1000RR Fireblade is one of its most serious flaws according to Fast Bikes, since despite being an excellent proposition with a great midrange and fantastic …

Compare
Favourites

1 review

 

CBR125 R (10 kW) [11]
Honda CBR125R (10 kW) [11]

Light Motorcycles; Cubic Capacity: 125 cc; Number of Cylinders: 1; No ABS as standard

Economy-wise, the Honda CBR125R wins over the other bikes on the test with its low price, unfortunately this is also true of the cheap components that have been used, and testosterone doesn't …

Compare
Favourites

2 reviews

 

Honda CBR250R (19 kW) [12]

Sports Bike; Cubic Capacity: 249 cc; Number of Cylinders: 1

Reviewers at Fast Bikes were a bit underwhelmed by Honda's CBR250R, saying that although it has some good points going for it such as its low price, agility and stability, it's not exactly …

Compare
Favourites

1 review

 

 
CBR 1000 RR Fireblade (131 kW) [12]
Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade (131 kW) [12]

Sports Bike; Cubic Capacity: 1000 cc; Number of Cylinders: 4; No ABS as standard

Although the CBR1000RR is not perfect, the 2012 incarnation is an improvement over previous versions, which to be fair were already very fine machines. Despite Fast Bikes criticising its top end,

Compare
Favourites

3 reviews

 

More information at: Fast Bikes, issue February 2012 Honda Fireblade Instead of using power and electronics, Honda have used clever refinement in a bid to beat the opposition. … to review

CBR 600F ABS (75 kW) [11]
Honda CBR600F ABS (75 kW) [11]

Sports Bike; Cubic Capacity: 599 cc; Number of Cylinders: 4; ABS

Fast Bikes consider the Honda CBR600F to be a pretty special bike, with great abilities and a lot of panache considering its price. The mid-range performance isn't perfect and it is lacking a

Compare
Favourites

2 reviews

 

More information at: Fast Bikes, issue October 2011 The ordinary boys These bikes might look vaguely like sportsbikes if the light is just right, but when they're moving do they betray their budget workhorse ancestry? In test: Four motorbikes were reviewed and rated according to track, fast road, hooligan, new rider and desirability. … to review

Honda VFR750R RC30 (82 kW) [88]

Sports Bike; Cubic Capacity: 748 cc

Only those with a huge amount of cash to burn will be able to get their hands on a VFR750R RC30, but this legend is worth every single penny according to Fast Bikes thanks to its iconic looks, insane

Compare
Favourites

1 review

 

More information at: Fast Bikes, issue September 2012 1980s Bike Guide - 1988 Honda VFR750 RC30 An iconic model and serious candidate to the title of 'Best motorcycle ever', the VFR750 RC 30 still impresses after more than 20 years. But will you find one at a decent price? … to review

Honda CBR900RR Fireblade

Sports Bike

Although the CBR900RR Fireblade's default tyres could be better, overall it's an easy bike to ride in Fast Bike's opinion, who said that its superb handling and steering made it feel …

Compare
Favourites

1 review

 

Honda CBR900RR Fireblade (115 kW) [02]

Sports Bike; Cubic Capacity: 954 cc

In Fast Bikes' opinion, the CBR900RR 2002 Fireblade is a real scorcher whose only flaw is a somewhat bland suspension but which impresses on all other accounts. It's got power by the

Compare
Favourites

1 review

 

More information at: Fast Bikes, issue Summer 2012 The perfect 10 Progress in the motorbike development arena seems to have slowed down quite a bit over the last 10 years, and most new features and technologies are incremental rather than revolutionary. Could you save a big wad of cash by going for a 10-year old bike and not notice a huge difference with respect to contemporary models? In test: Three 10-year old sports bikes were reviewed and rated. Final scores of 2 x 8 and 1 x 10 points out of 10 were awarded. … to review

CBR 1000 RR Fireblade (131 kW) [08]
Honda Fireblade (131 kW) [08]

Sports Bike; Cubic Capacity: 999 cc; Number of Cylinders: 4; No ABS as standard

Not many bikes can make you feel at home in minutes, but the 2008 Honda Fireblade can, and unlike earlier Fireblades, it offers a great balance of excitement and control. It's easy to ride, and

Compare
Favourites

2 reviews

 

More information at: Fast Bikes, issue November 2011 Half Price Heroes A 2011 litre sportsbike will set you back £12,000 on average, but if like most of us you don't happen to have a spare £12,000 knocking about, there are cheaper alternatives available, namely from 2008. In test: Four sportsbikes were reviewed and rated under the headings track, fast road, hooligan, new rider, and desirability. Overall scores ranging from 7 to 10 out of 10 points were awarded. … to review

CBR250R ABS (19 kW) [11]
Honda CBR250R ABS (19 kW) [11]

Tourer; Cubic Capacity: 250 cc; Number of Cylinders: 1; ABS

"Plus: Excellent commuter/newbies bike, ABS, comfort, price. Minus: Not a riot, bit budget."

Compare
Favourites

1 review

 

Honda CBR 600 RR C-ABS (88 KW)

Sports Bike; Cubic Capacity: 599 cc; Number of Cylinders: 4; No ABS as standard

The CBD600RR would make the ideal partner on the road, if only it had a bit more speed. It can shift, but needs pushing. This is quite an old package and the gearbox is not what it could be, but the …

Compare
Favourites

1 review

 

Honda RVF750R RC45 (88 kW) [94]

Sports Bike; Cubic Capacity: 749 cc; Number of Cylinders: 4

Honda put a high level of detail and quality into the RC45 which gave it a supreme build and as people are now realising that this was the best V4 ever to come from Japan, prices are beginning to …

Compare
Favourites

1 review

 

Honda CB1000R (modified) [11]

Naked Bike; Cubic Capacity: 998 cc; Number of Cylinders: 4

Improvements to the Honda CB1000R were only subtle, but that has left this bike not looking sufficiently stylish, and getting it to compete from a power perspective will take far more than …

Compare
Favourites

1 review

 

 

1 2


Product information and further reviews

Pound stretchers Fast Bikes September 2012 - How much quality can you possible squeeze out of a £1,500 budget? According to Fast Bikes' head-to-head, quite a bit - if you make the right choices. Review details: Four budget motorcycles were reviewed and rated on the headings track, fast road, hooligan, new rider and desirability. Final scores of 2 x 7 and 2 x 9 points out of 10 were awarded.

Notification
We notify you free of charge about new tests on the topic of: Honda Motorcycles. Your e-mail address: