At the 2016 Bangkok International Motor Show, Honda Thailand is presenting a cafe racer concept based on its 300-series platform, the 300 TT Racer.
Honda 300 TT Cafe Racer concept embodies the spirit of a Neo-Retro Racer, a style that’s fuelling conversations these days. Another example is the Honda Concept CB Type II shown in Japan last year.
Honda 300 TT Racer Concept uses a basic frame and 286cc engine used in CBR300R and CB300F, and then deviates to build it’s individual style on a completely new subframe that balances a solo seat.
Low-mounted cafe racer-style handlebars warrants a forward-leaning riding position supported by a lower placed and flatter tank. Honda 300 TT Racer Concept sports a new exhaust, LED headlight, upside-down fork, radial-mount front brake calipers and a range of carbon fibre components.
There is no news on whether Honda enter this bike into production or not. Officials maintained that the concept iw displayed to gauge customer interest, depending on which a decision will be taken on whether to launch this product in the future or not.
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