2013 Honda CFR450R

Written by Jack Bates. Posted in Motorcycles

If you want to purchase a new motorcycle which is capable of delivering satisfaction, when riding it on streets or on off-road driving trails, then maybe you will be delighted to find out more about the 2013 Honda CFR450R. The first thing you need to hear about this bike is that it is something else than the previous model Honda introduced to the public. This new model comes with improvements and upgrades which make it a more stable and powerful bike. If you want to know what the differences are between the 2013 Honda CFR450R and the previous bike model, stick close and read on this article.

The new bike from Honda represents and improved version of the 2012 model, which is a great bike, as well. Basically, this new model is designed to be faster and more agile than the previous model. Honda seems to have understood the needs riders have in getting round the track faster, which is why it came with a bike that has several improvements in its handling and engine’s capability.

From the very beginning, you should find out that the mass of this bike is brought to the center, thus enhancing engine’s power and improving maneuverability. This bike is lighter than its predecessor, due to the fact that it has an aluminum chassis integrated in its body. The twin pipe exhaust system represents another important upgrade that helps improving maneuverability of this motorcycle. The positioning of the short and compact dual pipes is closer to the center, in order to give more power and stability to your bike. Among other improvements, we should definitely mention the fact that the 2013 Honda CFR450R comes with a different spring fork, which is the new pneumatic spring fork that, unlike the traditional steel spring fork, saves weight and also improves maneuverability. However, you should know that this type of spring fork requires you to check its air pressure once in a while, just the way you check your motorcycle’s tires. The transmission has been changed, as well and the clutch is now using 6 springs, unlike the previous model that used only 4 springs. This motorcycle has everything you need in matter of power and stability.

As you may notice, this new bike model from Honda has almost everything reworked and there are only a few similarities to the 2012 model. If you want to test it, you can rent or borrow one such bike and feel how smoothly it handles, no matter the terrain you want to ride it.

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