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2012 Honda Cb1000r on 2040-motos

$9,999
YearYear:2012 MileageMileage:0
Location:

Lawrenceville, Georgia

Lawrenceville, GA
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Honda CB tech info

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Honda CB description

2012 Honda CB1000R, Think of a fighter, standing in the ring. Boots, trunks, gloves and plenty of muscle. That s the Honda CB1000R, a machine that offers Superbike performance, a comfortable, do-it-all riding position, and sense of style that s off the charts. The formula is simple: We built a special chassis that puts the 998cc engine out front and center, and lets you sit more upright. The result is one of the most versatile open-class bikes the world has ever seen, as comfortable on a long trip as it is confident on the boulevard. When you need one bike that can do it all, and do it exceedingly well, the CB1000R is the machine you want in your corner.

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