One of the best ways to design a big bike is arguably by combining modern tech with some cool 80s vibe. Honda seems to a master at this and their latest Honda CB-F Concept is arguably one of the best looking modern classic concepts we’ve seen, and we definitely want it to go into production (and soon!).
Based on the iconic Honda CB900F, the Honda CB-F Concept works its magic around the CB1000R Neo Sports Café model. From what we understand, the 998cc inline-four engine is relatively the same with 141hp (delicious) but with different cosmetic touches to carry more of that classic vibes around the bike.
Honda is able to do so by including a single-side stainless steel exhaust that looks quite similar to the Kawasaki Z900RS, another great example of a modern classic Japanese muscle bike. To ensure that it really pays homage to the CB900F, the Honda CB-F Concept is also fitted with black footrest hangers, handcrafted fuel tank, new subframe and side panels, minus the radiator shrouds.
The CB-F Concept also comes with a one-piece seat finished in two tones and arguably its most eye-catching feature of all, that front LED headlight. That halo-styled front unit brings the whole look together and fits perfectly well with its clean white/silver finish.
To know more about this beautiful machine, you can check out the official video presentation by Honda when you CLICK HERE (skip to 5:10). Will it go into production? We sure hope so!