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Test Riding the Honda VFR 800 F / Interceptor
Here is a video of my test ride of the Honda VFR 800 F (known as the Honda Interceptor in the USA). I rode this motorcycle for 45 minutes. It's pretty hard, maybe even impossible, to evaluate comprehensively a motorcycle in such a short time. So, what I am sharing here are just my first impressions. Specifications in brief: - VTEC DOHC 90° V4 engine, 782 cc, water cooled - 106 hp @ 10,250 rpm, 75,1 nm @ 8,500 rpm - Twin-spare aluminum frame - 239 kg (527 lb) with all operating consumable liquids - 6-speed gearbox, Tokico brakes with ABS, Traction Control - 789-809 mm (31-31.8 in) adjustable seat height - 21.5 l (5.68 US Gal) fuel tank - 12,000 km (7,500 mi) or 12-month maintenance interval - 12,599 euros (in France), VAT included The motorcycle of my test ride hadn't any optional features. All come as standard. In the USA, only the DLX version of the Interceptor includes all these features. MrKiddo's Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/MrKiddoMoto





1984 Honda Interceptor VF750F - First time starting!
I am Restoring this 1984 Interceptor which is the bike I always wanted as a teen. I just finished cleaning the Carbs. This is the first time getting this bike to run and it sounds good. Let me know what you think!!





Essai Honda VFR 1200 DCT
Lors de l'essai de la toute première version de la Honda VFR 1200 en 2010, nous étions quelque peu restés sur notre faim côté technologie embarquée, à cause, notamment, de l'absence d'antipatinage. Quelques mois plus tard, le Traction Control faisait toujours défaut, mais Honda nous conviait à l'essai de la version à boîte de vitesses double embrayage DCT. En s'équipant de « la totale » sans augmenter son tarif et en adoptant la deuxième génération du DCT, le millésime 2012 que nous essayons aujourd'hui améliore sensiblement ses aptitudes GT.





Honda VFR800
Eight years since its last major update, and with the new VFR1200 looming, can Hondas VFR800 still cut it? Rod Chapman investigates.




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