2015 Honda CB300F is the Naked Street Bike You Want
Honda has released the dirt on the 2015 Honda CB300F, which is the single-cylinder entry-level naked street bike we’ve been dreaming of. If you’ve been on the fence about getting a bike, this is the one you’ve been waiting for: it’s a stripped-down version of the CBR300R due for a fall release with a reasonable price tag that ensures that it’s going to end up on a lot of wish lists come Christmas.
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Here’s what you get with the 2015 Honda CB300F: a liquid cooled 286cc single-cylinder engine that’ll get 71 miles per gallon. It sits on 17” wheels with 110/70 in the front and 140/70 in the rear, has a 54.3” wheelbase, and a 30.7” ride height.
The CB300F weighs in at about 348 lbs, making it a full 9 lbs lighter than the CBR300R. The CB300F also carries a lighter price tag of $3,999, which is $400 cheaper than its bigger brother.
Then there’s the fact that the 2015 Honda CB300F just looks like something you’d have a whole buncha fun riding.
For those more inclined toward off-road offerings, Honda also announced the 2015 FourTrax® Foreman® Rubicon™ Series, FourTrax Foreman Series, FourTrax Rancher® Series, and TRX90X ATVs. You can find all the information over at Honda’s press release.
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