Honda CB1100RS


Made for those who love the look and feel of a classic air-cooled, inline four-cylinder street machine – this is a real rider’s motorcycle. Styled on the 1970’s superbikes: 43mm Showa Dual Bending Valve, two-piece front fork and remote reservoir rear shocks. 17-inch cast aluminium wheels with dual radial-mount, four-piston brake calipers and floating discs.


  • Dual dials: The speedo and rev counter design is truly retro and adorned in chrome. Rider information includes a fuel gauge and clock, gear position indicator, fuel efficiency gauge and range computer. Ignition is now via a ‘wave’ style key.
  • Light Wheels: Front and rear wheels are sports 17” cast aluminium alloy with sports-spec tyre sizes. They keep the unsprung weight as low as possible to compliment the quick turning geometry of the chassis.
  • Face front: The round front headlight is LED with a running light and flanked by custom-style, mini indicators. Unmistakably street – underlined by twin horns – this handsome cluster crowns the front of the machine.
  • Focused on feedback: The classic tubular steel, double cradle frame holds the engine with four rigid and two rubber mounts. Sharper steering geometry – the rake and trail is 26°/99mm and wheelbase is 1485mm – makes the bike turn quicker for a sportier ride.
  • Comfort and quality: A wide classic seat, made just the way they used to be. Finished in a high quality, durable cover it’s well padded and extremely comfortable for the rider and the passenger.
  • A cleaner line: The footrest hangers have been redesigned for a snug fit, complimenting the lines of the chassis and mufflers. Lighter and smaller, made from strong die-cast aluminium, they support both rider and pillion footpegs.
  • Feeling the force: Dual radial mount, four-piston Tokico calipers grip the 310mm floating discs up front; the rear is a 256mm disc and single-piston caliper. Working together with ABS, you get a positive and confident feel under all stopping conditions.
  • The stripes are earned: There’s no mistaking the proportion and silhouette of a true 1970’s superbike. A flowing, curvaceous fuel tank with a sports stripe detail – made without seam-welded lips – evokes hand-made craftsmanship and topped with an aircraft-style, alloy filler cap.




Bore × Stroke (mm) 73.5 x 67.2
Carburation PGM-FI electronic fuel injection
Compression Ratio 9.5:1
Engine Displacement (cc) 1140
Engine Type (cm³) Inline four-cylinder, air and oil-cooled, DOHC
Max. Power Output 66kW/7,500rpm
Max. Torque 91Nm/5,500rpm
Oil Capacity (Litres) 4.9l/4.4l
Starter Electric


Suspension Front 43mm conventional fork (SDBV) with adjustable spring preload
Suspension Rear Twin shocks with adjustable spring preload
Tyre Size Front 120/70 R17
Tyre Size Rear 180/55 R17
Wheels Front 17in x 3.50MT 10-spoke diecast aluminium
Wheels Rear 17in x 5.50MT 10-spoke diecast aluminium

Dimensions and Weights

Battery Capacity (VAh) 12V 11.2Ah
Caster Angle 26°
Dimensions (L×W×H) (mm) 2,180 x 800 x 1100mm
Frame type Double steel cradle
Fuel Tank Capacity (Litres) 16.8 litres
Ground Clearance (mm) 130mm
Kerb Weight (kg) 252kg
Seat Height (mm) 795mm
Trail (mm) 99mm
Wheelbase (mm) 1485mm


Clutch Wet, multiplate
Final Drive Chain
Transmission Type 6-speed

Instruments and Electrics

Headlights LED
Tail Light LED