honda unwraps its retro-styled ‘neo sports café’ concept, its most recent bike that echoes the japanese-automaker’s ‘CB1000R’ motorcycle and a concept sportbike it first debuted during tokyo motor show 2015. the concept will make its world debut next month at the EICMA 2017 show in milan.


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honda’s ‘neo sports café’ concept is dressed in a metallic red finish, features a round LED headlamp and a water-cooled, fuel-injected inline four-cylinder engine. its clean lines, minimalist aestheticm, and attractive colorway are certainly pleasing. the japanese-automaker has yet to reveal significant details about this concept, other than it has described it as a ‘naked sport model that combines the fun and beauty of a sport bike with a new-generation motorcycle package‘. that aside, we certainly hope that the manufacturer eventually allows the ‘neo sports café’ concept to enter the production phase.

 

  • Nice, clean little shape …but, I can’t get past the ‘no rear fender’ look. Maybe it looks better with a rider.

    Jim

    JimCan says:
  • Such a beauty, it’s on top of my wishlist for santa …

    Tomatoman says:
  • If this makes it to production I will buy one.

    Zach says:

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