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The Honda CB1100 TR Concept Gives a Nod Towards Europe’s Flat Track Racing Fascination

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The American Flat Track aesthetic is catching hold over in Europe. We can see evidence of such by the popularity of flat track racing for Europe’s top MotoGP athletes, the rise of the Spanish Superprestigio event in Barcelona, and with the concepts we are seeing come from the European divisions of motorcycle OEMs.

Add the Honda CB1100 TR concept to that pile of evidence, as it is one of two motorcycle concepts that Honda Motor Europe is debuting at the 2016 EICMA show (the other being the very tasty Honda Africa Twin Enduro Sports concept).

Built off the Honda CB1100 street bike, the Honda CB1100 TR concept takes a motorcycle we otherwise would not be terribly interested in riding, and gives it a healthy dosage of sex appeal.

Go-fast parts come from Öhlins and Termignoni, with the #58 numberplate honoring the memory of Marco Simoncelli, who passed away five years ago, and whose passing is still deeply felt in Italy.

The photos below are ridiculously large, so you can soak up all the details of the Honda CB1000 TR concept. You’re welcome.

CB1100TR Concept

CB1100TR Concept

CB1100TR Concept

CB1100TR Concept

CB1100TR Concept

CB1100TR Concept

CB1100TR Concept

CB1100TR Concept

CB1100TR Concept

CB1100TR Concept

Source: Honda

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Jensen Beeler

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