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CBR300R up on Honda Canada

Honda Motorcycles Canada has the CBR300R and RA up on their page. They only show red fairings for the R right now, The RA is shown with red and tri-color fairing options for now. That should change, we saw Japan got the updated bodywork in REPSOL, and the US site shows a black and yellow option.

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I like the banner at the top of the website, "the future is coming."

With it up on the website, it is inching closer to dealerships and eventually my garage.

Thanks for posting this up and letting us know.
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Kind of disappointed with their gallery, just 5 images.



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Honda Motorcycles Canada has the CBR300R and RA up on their page. They only show red fairings for the R right now, The RA is shown with red and tri-color fairing options for now. That should change, we saw Japan got the updated bodywork in REPSOL, and the US site shows a black and yellow option.

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Old news... Bozzo posted this thread up over a month ago, with a link to the Honda Canada website: https://www.cbr300forum.com/forum/new...ll-2014-a.html

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for once the canadians get something first
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Old news... Bozzo posted this thread up over a month ago, with a link to the Honda Canada website: https://www.cbr300forum.com/forum/new...ll-2014-a.html
Actually bozzo only posted up the RA, not the R. Good looking out



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RA, R?

whats the diff
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Here is what Honda says about the CBR300RA on its website.

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The CBR250R introduced many people to the joys of riding smaller supersport machines and its followers are dedicated. Building on the success of the original platform, the CBR300RA adds aggressive new styling and increased power and torque throughout the rev range. Retained are the 250's excellent mass centralization, aggressive geometry and functional ergonomics, but an improved power-to-weight ratio enhances performance across the board. An 8 mm stroke increase gives a roughly 17% increase in power while the light and manageable weight ensures riders can take full advantage of the increased performance. The single cylinder engine design also has a number of advantages over twin cylinder competitors. Not only does the advanced engine reduce overall weight and size, improving manoeuvrability, but it simplifies maintenance, improves fuel economy due to reduced drag and lowers operating cost. Wrapped around the heavily revised engine is all new bodywork that takes its styling cues directly from the razor sharp CBR1000RR. The CBR300RA now looks every bit as aggressive as its larger siblings and the family resemblance is well earned. And just like its larger sportbike siblings, the CBR300RA is fitted with standard ABS brakes making it even more attractive to novice and experienced riders alike.
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thanks for the info late shift.
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Love that they pulled styling cues from the 1000RR.



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