The cancellation of the Wheels and Waves Biarritz Festival has not hindered Honda Motor Europe’s plan to showcase some of Europe’s best custom motorcycles featuring Honda CB650R (retail price in Malaysia is 43,499 ringgits).Debugging models from Spain, Portugal and France. Honda dealers modified 10 CB650Rs. Fans can Honda Customs Website, just like we did before Honda CB1000R Neo Sports Cafe customization In 2020.
While retaining the original frame and engine of the inline four-cylinder CB650R, manufacturers are free to control the body, style and accessories, as well as color schemes that reflect specific themes or Honda racing colors. Among them is the “Fenix” from Mototrofa Honda in Portugal, which was built after a fire destroyed its workshop in 2019.
Fenix uses rocker arms from Honda’s VFR750F sports wagon and front wheels from CBR900RR Fireblade. The number “93” in the Nexx Helmets paint scheme indicates the year when Mototrofa was established and pays tribute to several MotoGP world champions Marc Marquez.
CB650R Four from France Sagaz Honda from Toulouse, France, to commemorate the legendary Bol D’or 24-hour endurance motorcycle race. The CB650R Four was inspired by the 1976 Le Mans Bol D’or Honda RCB endurance car, won by Jean-Claude Chemarin and Alex George.
ADN Motors France launched the CB650R in the style of a flat tracker, which is called “flat tracker”. Honda Motorsport’s colors offer red, white and blue paint schemes with spoke wheels from Kineo and Acerbis hand guards. The Arrow all-titanium exhaust system with dual outlets and the rear part of the modified Honda CRF complete the flat tracker appearance.
The naked cafe racer appearance comes from Spanish clothing Hakuba Motor, named “Akira”. The cafe Racer seat is a customized carbon fiber product specially designed for Akira. The seat is made of frosted leather.
If readers want to know why Motor Sport Spain’s Hedicion looks familiar, it’s because this customized version of CB650R uses the paint scheme of the 1966 Brabham Honda BT18 Formula Car. As a complement to the green and yellow racing paint, Hedicion’s cam cover is painted yellow, supplemented by carbon fiber fairing and tail, and titanium Akrapovic exhaust pipes.