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Honda Africa Twin – ‘Adventure Sports’

2 years ago | Words: Andy Wigan

Last week at Italy’s annual EICMA show, Honda unveiled a bunch of new models, including a new version of its popular Africa Twin dual-purpose/adventure bike, called the ‘Adventure Sports’. This new model’s arrival will coincide with the 30th anniversary of the original Africa Twin, and will come with what Honda claims is “…more adventure-oriented capabilities, built to go even further on both on-road and off-road adventure”.

  • The Africa Twin Manual with ABS (CRF1000A);
  • The Africa Twin Adventure Sports Manual with ABS (CRF1000AL2); and
  • The Africa Twin Adventure Sports DCT with ABS (CRF1000DL2).


Pricing, colour options and ETA are yet to be confirmed by Honda Australia.


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Our first ride impression in 2016, shortly after the all-new Africa Twin was released:

RIDE IMPRESSION: HONDA AFRICA TWIN

 

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