# 200358 2 Miles 2021 Honda® CB650R ABS, Advertised pricing excludes applicable taxes, title, licensing, documentation, dealer set up, destination, aditional dealer markup (ADM) ,and reconditioning fees and are subject to change without notice. we are not responsible for any errors or omissions contained on these pages. 2021 Honda® CB650R ABS AWESOME JUST GOT AWESOMER Honda’s legendary CB750K0 introduced the motorcycling world to the modern inline-four, and the world has never looked back. That’s because the configuration delivers a magical balance of power delivery, smoothness, and instant acceleration in a tight, clean package. Plus, there are those awesome waterfall headers! Today, Honda’s CB650R stands almost alone in offering that combination in a 650-sized machine. Plus, we wrap it all up in a contemporary take on the modern naked sportbike we call Neo Sports Café. For 2021, we’ve updated the engine, the styling, and most important, added a new 41mm Showa SFF-BP “Big Piston” fork, making a great machine even better. Features may include: PERFORMANCE 649cc DOHC ENGINE. Engines like this are what Honda does best. The four-cylinder design makes it smoother and faster revving than most twins, and offers ample low- to midrange torque, plus plenty of power through the entire rev range. New cams and intake timing for 2021 deliver plenty of power. STYLE NEO-SPORTS CAFÉ STYLING. This bike looks unique, because it is. The Neo Sports Café design combines elements from pure sportbikes and sporting nakeds. Sometimes less is more, and the CB650R makes a bold styling statement wherever you ride it. HANDLING NEW SHOWA SFF-BP FRONT SUSPENSION Great handling and precise steering demand a premium front suspension. That’s why the CB650R now features a Showa Separate Function Front Fork Big Piston unit (SFF-BP). It offers both reduced weight, superior rigidity, and excellent overall performance. Plus it offers adjustability for spring preload as well as rebound and compression damping. COMFORT HANDLEBAR. A bike’s handlebar makes a huge difference in how you relate to your machine. We changed the handlebar angle for 2021 as well, moving it up three degrees. It’s a little change, but it makes tight, slow-speed turns easier.