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|10-08-2015, 04:02 AM||#1|
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New look and upgrades for Hondas A2 middleweight
HONDA has just announced a round of updates to the CBR500R for 2016.
Revisions to the A2-compliant middleweight include a new look, upgraded forks with adjustable pre-load, a larger tank, an adjustable brake lever and a new exhaust.
It's not due to be properly unveiled until October 15 at the American International Motorcycle Expo in Florida.
Honda said in a press release: 'Honda Motor Europe is pleased to announce a comprehensive range of upgrades for the CBR500R, its sports middleweight first launched for the 2013 sales season. The CBR500R’s combination of lively performance and sports styling has earned it widespread popularity both among riders stepping up from smaller machines and experienced riders looking for all-round sporty capability.
Upgrades for 2016 include:
The 16YM CBR500R will be unveiled to the public for the first time at the which starts in Orlando, Florida on 15th October.'
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