Motorcycle Live 2016 : Honda CB1100 TR and Africa Twin Enduro Sports Concepts


Honda will showcase its new Honda CB1100 TR concept and Africa Twin Enduro Sports concept at Motorcycle Live motoring event. The CB1100 TR concept was designed to share the emotion and excitement of USA flat track culture. It’s set to be one of the stars of Motorcycle Live at The NEC, Birmingham, when the show opens this Saturday, November 19.

Dedicated to the beloved Honda MotoGP rider, Marco Simoncelli, who passed away five years ago, Honda’s R&D designers have imagined the CB1100 TR as the ‘King of Urban Flat Track Circuits’. It’s a counterpoint to the off-road oval circuit look of the traditional flat tracker with a mix of European street style.

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The Africa Twin Enduro Sports concept, on the other hand, pushes the concept of the CRF1000L Africa Twin to new limits and captures the emotion of customers dreaming of new possibilities for this go anywhere adventure machine. The Africa Twin Enduro Sports concept has been embellished with several lighter weight chassis parts, derived from Honda’s racing CRF models.

On-stand activities on the opening weekend include:

  • Live painting of a Honda CB650F by acclaimed artist and tattooist, Dan Gold, during Saturday/Sunday, 19/20 November
  • Sunday at 11:30 – Honda Racing British Superbike team unveiling – see who will ride for Honda in 2017, hear their thoughts on the new CBR1000RR Fireblade, and get insight from team boss, Havier Beltran
  • Sunday at 13:30 – Adventure bike Q&A with legendary round-the-world motorcyclist, Austin Vince, and see the world premiere of his latest mini-film, Head in the Sky…an adventure motorcycling music video!


Also making their UK debut at Motorcycle Live are the new trio of CBR1000RR Fireblades, including the new CBR1000RR Fireblade, SP and SP2.

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