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2009 Honda CBR600RR Shootout Photo Gallery
Nip/Tuck's John Hensley was one of the few riders who struggled with the 2009 Honda CBR600RR
As our reigning Supersport Shootout champion, the 2009 Honda CBR600RR enters the ring for with the belt around its waist and a target on its back. And a big target it was! Check out the full story in our
2009 Supersport Shootout
2009 Honda CBR600RR - tired and true and never bad
Not much new on the '09 Honda CBR600RR with the exception of a bit larger fairing
Hutchison has always got along well with Honda's CBR600RR and this year was no different
There’s good reason the Honda was last year’s reigning champ. It once again proved to be right in there for the top spot despite its age.
At 6'5" the Honda was a bit of a tight fit for Kennedy
Michelin's Dale Keiffer didn't have too much trouble coming to grips with the 2009 Honda CBR600RR. He's still got that racer style
Honda's and good brakes seem to always go hand-in-hand
A good base set-up aided Honda's CBR in once again being one of the most planted bikes on the brakes
What was Waheed's favorite bike at the tight and technical Streets of Willow? Yep, the Honda
2009 Honda CBR600RR
When it came to overall Supersport Supremacy, these were the title contenders
Of all the bikes in the test, Honda's CBR continues to be the easiest to ride
2009 Honda CBR600RR - the last of the Japanese with an under-seat exhaust
Atlas felt right at home on the Honda. Almost like he's raced it in the past, or something?
Honda's gauge cluster is fairly simple yet easy to use
2009 Honda CBR600RR - Wallpaper
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