The new 2012 Honda Crosstourer VFR1200X

The new 2012 Honda Crosstourer VFR1200X - Adventure Maker Built to turn your touring dreams into reality, the new Honda V4 Crosstourer (VFR1200X) boasts superior comfort without compromising performance, feel, or design. When fun meets technology, adventures are made. To celebrate the launch of the Honda Crosstourer, we're giving you a chance to win a place on the Honda eight day Epic Tour across Europe. From the speed of the autobahns, to breathtaking alpine mountain ranges, put the versatility and spirit of the Crosstourer to the test. For your chance to win a place on the Honda Epic Tour, visit http://www.hondaepictour.com or visit http://www.Hondamc2012.com for more information on the Crosstourer Download the free Go Touring smartphone app on Android https://market.android.com/details?id=com.honda.gotouring

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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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Picking Up The 2015 Honda VFR Crossrunner & Crosstourer
We were given two brand new bikes to test by Via Moto Honda in Chesterfield. The VFR800X Crossrunner and the VFR1200X Crosstourer. This is the pick up and very first thoughts. Stay tuned to see our full day with them, with running commentary on both bikes and what we think of them.




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