2011 Honda CBR1000RR Sport Bike

With the CBR1000RR, Honda literally rewrote the rules for the sporting literbike class. Rated best by one magazine after another, the revolutionary Honda CBR1000RR has established new standards for light weight, superlative handling, remarkably compact dimensions and exceptional performance. Also available with our high-tech electronically controlled Combined ABS for the ultimate in sophisticated sportbike braking performance, the CBR1000RR remains the yardstick to which all others are compared.

2011 Honda CBR1000RR bike
2011 Honda CBR1000RR sport bike
2011 Honda CBR1000RR motorcycle
2011 Honda CBR1000RR sport motorcycle

You want performance? You want style? Then you want a Honda CBR1000RR. Designed to be the ultimate streetbike, it’s been refined to perfection on World Superbike tracks across the globe. In addition to its powerful engine and refined chassis the CBR1000RR showcases state-of-the-art features no other sportbike can match, like our electronically controlled Combined ABS and the revolutionary Honda Electronic Steering Damper (HESD). The result is one of the most awesome literbikes on the planet, but also one that’s so refined it’s a joy to ride. And after all, isn’t that exactly what you’d expect from a Honda?

2011 Kawasaki Vulcan 1700 Vaquero Cruiser Bike

The new 2011 Kawasaki Vulcan 1700 Vaquero bagger is all that – and much more. Kawasaki engineers and designers didn’t just throw custom paint and a blacked-out motif on a Vulcan 1700 and call it done. They digested valuable owner and market research, and scrutinized every system – engine, chassis, features, bodywork and appearance – to ensure that the bike being developed squared nicely with what cruiser buyers wanted.

2011 Kawasaki Vulcan 1700 Vaquero bike pic
2011 Kawasaki Vulcan 1700 Vaquero motorcycle

2011 Kawasaki Vulcan 1700 Vaquero motorcycle picture

Speaking of just cruisin’ along; the Vaquero offers true touring-bike convenience in the form of its electronic cruise control system, conveniently operated from the right handlebar and usable at any speed between 30 and 85 mph in any of the top four gears. The cruise system can be disengaged in any of the following ways: usage of the brake lever, clutch lever, rear brake pedal, or manually turning the throttle grip past the “closed” position.