The new 2012 Honda Crosstourer 1200cc

The Crosstourer - an adventure sports tourer which takes Honda's unique V4 heritage in a new direction. Unveiled as a concept model in 2010, the Crosstourer's 1200cc engine, adventure styling, long-travel suspension, upright riding position, Traction Control System, Combined Antilock Braking System and optional Dual Clutch Transmission make it a formidable all-round package.

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Honda Crosstourer vs BMW R1200GS : Attention, danger !
Jamais la BMW R1200GS n'avait eu à redouter autant la concurrence... Il faut bien une première fois, et cet affront(ement) provient en droite ligne du Japon. Parmi les nouveautés trails 2012, la Honda Crosstourer est sans aucun doute la mieux armée pour aller chercher la GS dans ses derniers retranchements... Voyez pourquoi sur cette vidéo avant de lire notre comparatif complet avec nos mesures ici : r-1200-la-reference-des-maxi-trails-en-danger-.html

I bought a Honda Crosstourer.
When Honda released the 1200 Crosstourer, it's like they had made it for me. I was looking for a big V4, shaft drive touring bike, with a decent fuel range, good payload, all-road capability, reliable and easy to ride. So I bought the Crosstourer and here is what I think of it 4 months and 10,000klm later.

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Episode 8: Honda Crosstourer vs Triumph Tiger Explorer
Two new adventure bikes are introduced into the market to take on the BMW GS1200, but how will they compare to each other? We ride the Honda Crosstourer and the Triumph Explorer to see which is the better option...