2011 Honda CBR600R Supersport Shootout Photo Gallery
2011 Honda CBR600R Supersport Shootout
Does the 2011 Honda CBR600RR make for an optimal street mount compared to its Supersport rivals? Find out in our
2011 Supersport Street Shootout
2011 Honda CBR600RR Dyno Chart
2011 Supersport Shootout Horsepower
2011 Supersport Shootout Torque
The Honda CBR600RR’s easy handling manners impressed our test riders.
The Honda CBR600RR’s ergonomics and control layout are very well throughout and work for a wide variety of different sized riders.
Even though it’s been a while a few years the Honda CBR6000RR is still the lightest bike in this test.
The Honda CBR600RR delivers the strongest mid-range engine performance of the 600cc sportbikes.
Next to the Yamaha YZF-R6, the Honda CBR600RR is one of the smaller bikes dimensionally in this test.
Despite not employing a slipper clutch the Honda’s drivetrain worked very well during corner entry.
The Honda CBR600RR is one of the easier bikes to ride on the street.
The Honda CBR600RR’s suspension manages to deliver a sporty ride without compromising comfort and overall ride quality.
In spite of its relatively friendly street demeanor the Honda is an absolute blast to ride hard in the corners.
It’s hard to find any real faults with Honda’s CBR600RR.
Light and nimble handling is what the Honda CBR600RR is all about.
Although it doesn’t sport the fancy Brembo braking components of the Ducati and Triumph, the Honda’s brakes are powerful not to mention easy to use on the street.
The Honda CBR600RR was one of the most highly rated bikes in this test.
One of the few areas where the Honda could be improved is in terms of top-end engine performance as it was lacking compared to some of the other bikes.
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