About the CB1100

  • Introduction
  • Overview
  • Engine
  • Chassis
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  • Technical Specifications


It's sporty, without being a sportsbike. It can tour, without being a touring bike. The CB1100's capacities, thanks to its strong engine and well-balanced chassis, are broad and multi-faceted; it's a bike to be ridden and enjoyed in a variety of situations.

The CB1100's classic, tubular steel double cradle frame grips the engine with four rigid and two rubber mounts; the swingarm is constructed from box-section steel. 41mm conventional telescopic forks are spring preload adjustable, as are the pair of Showa rear shocks. Painted silver, cast aluminium 18-inch five-spoke wheels mount 110/80-18 and 140/70-18 tyres and the standard Combined ABS brakes feature twin, 296mm floating discs up front, with four-piston Nissin calipers, and 256mm disc and single-piston caliper at the rear.

Overall dimensions are 2195mm (length) x 835mm (width) x 1130mm (height). Wheelbase is 1490mm, ground clearance 125mm and the seat height is reasonably low at 795mm, making the CB1100 very manageable.

Rake and trail is set at 27°/114mm. Kerb weight is 248kg; Fuel capacity is 14.6L with a 3.5L reserve.

CB1100 Chassis

CB1100 Chassis
CB1100 Chassis

The circular analog speedo and rev counter evoke memories of classic Hondas of old, and are easy to read. Equipment also includes a fuel gauge, clock, and a centrestand, passenger grabrail are fitted as standard equipment.

CB1100 Meter
CB1100 Meter

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