Five Things To Love About The Honda CBR500R
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    Five Things To Love About The Honda CBR500R




    If your dreams include parking a brand new Honda RC213V-S or CBR1000RR SP in the garage someday but not just now, it’s nice to know a little of that Championship-winning Honda sportbike DNA is easier to spot than ever in the 2017 CBR500R, and parking one of them in your garage is doable right now. The CBR500R has quite a few things going on for it that bigger sportbikes just can’t match: The ability to travel more than 58 miles on a gallon (25 kilometers on a liter) of fuel is one of them, and greatly reduced maintenance in an incredibly user-friendly package that weighs just 421 lbs. (191.9 Kg). is another. You sit in a semi-racy crouch on this one, in a comfortably aerodynamic swagger that encourages you to ride, sporty as you want, every day – sometimes all day.
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    I just bought my son a 2017 CBR500r and its a fun bike but its not as fun as my CB1k....

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    It would be great if it had half a Fireblade engine. CB500 with 95hp :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tall Steve View Post
    I just bought my son a 2017 CBR500r and its a fun bike but its not as fun as my CB1k....
    My coworker just bought a CB500F this weekend, which is pretty much the same thing minus the bodywork.I pulled into work on the CB and there he was, on his CB.

    It's his first bike. He just completed the riders course a couple weeks ago, got his license this past Friday morning, and got the bike Friday night.

    It's a pretty badass looking bike.

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    My sons CBR500r rides well and handles great (very forgiving), but it needs a little more power, or at least for my fat butt....It look awesome tho..


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