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Honda Fireblade CBR1000RR ABS

Honda Fireblade CBR1000RR ABS

4.7 from 9 reviews

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MAX501

MAX501Punchbowl

  • 5 reviews

Fantastic

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Bike rides fantastic handles like its on Rails it corners where you want it to go smooth transmission does good wheelies the brakes are awesome very comfortable my bike is white in colour 2009 model the performance is outstanding it's light in weight being a 1000cc it has power from the beginning to the end the midrange power is awesome it just keeps pulling my first gear revs out to 177

Date PurchasedFeb 2009

Frank 3

Frank 3Greater Melbourne (Inner), VIC

  • 26 reviews
  • 36 likes

2012 CBR1000rr ABS

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Absolutely a great all ground bike. It can be used daily as a commute or weekend fun. The mid range is awesome. I see other manufacturers looking at doing more with their mid range. It is really a 5 star bike, but i am taking one off because of the brake feel.
The abs is the best i have ever used, but comes at a price. The brake feel on this bike is terrible. The brake level's travel various depends on the type of braking you are doing. It feels spongy most times. It is simply not a good feel.

1 comment
Frank 3
Frank 3
Stevo24

Stevo24Queensland, 4000

  • 30 reviews
  • 19 likes

2007 Honda CBR 1000RR - Still a great bike

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Love the bike, easier to ride than my R1 which I owned previously, the R1 had more power, but not as easy to ride as the CBR in my opinion, the CBR has enough power and it can do some amazing things on a race track, it has more than enough power to satisfy any road going biker, I like the looks of the 07 CBR 1000RR better than the 08. It has an exceptional gear box and the brakes are great, be sure to put a decent set of tyres on it.
Reliable hassle free motorcycle, Good looks
Sounds a bit weak in comparison to Ducati or R1

Keith3

Keith3

  • 3 reviews
  • 7 likes

2009 repsol CBR1000RR

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Rob.55

Rob.55Wiltshire

  • 2 reviews
  • 2 likes

2011 Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade in Black

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burn1

burn1AU

  • 5 reviews
  • 4 likes

Honda's best effort to date

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K8Review
K8Review

I love #3!!!


Perfect in everyway

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After owning many motorcycles, mainly Suzuki's i ended up buying the 2008 CBR1000RR two weeks after its release in Australia.
Honda motorcycles just have a better feel and finish in my opinion.
The only mods i have done is fitted braided brake lines (from www.motorcycleracegear.com.au) and made a smaller fender eliminator.
Other then that, everything else is stock.
Recommend highly:)
Fast, reliable, looks hot


Excellent

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Cracking bike - superbly built. Looks great. dead easy to ride. very fast. The front end if superb, great feel and confidence inspiring.

However, its a bit too perfect. It lacks engine 'personality'. The R1 looks better and feels faster. But its still a great bike.
Great styline - its a handsome bike. Handling is fabulous. Fast without being intimidating - it fact its faster than it feels
Its a bit quiet (needs a pipe) and the engine is a bit too civilised

sheps

sheps

  • 5 reviews
  • 2 likes

Excellent

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Best bike I've ever ridden.Have being riding 30 years & also roadrace.
Note this is a sports bike NOT a commuter or tourer.
Just do it you won't be disappointed.
Handles like a dream. Goes goes and goes.
Maybe too powerful for inexperienced riders.
Overall a sensational bike.
Difficult to remove pillion pegs.
Standard pipe looks bad.

Questions & Answers

Sean McNulty

Sean McNultyasked

At what stage does the power band kick in?? The 2007 Fire blade 1000RR I'm looking has a Power Commander.Ive been told it will wheelie very easily!!!

2 answers
Keith3
Keith3

Hi. The CBR's I have owned are 2010 model (previous bike) and 2013 (current bike). No actual power band although 2008 - date bikes have a exhaust valve that opens at 4200rpm, this reduces engine braking and increases noise. Power delivery very linier through the entire rev range. Very controllable as well as being extremely powerfull.

Frank 3
Frank 3

Agree with Keith3, the Fireblade has a smooth linier delivery through the entire rev range. It makes an ideal all rounder. Sure, you can still do wheelie if you want.


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Details

CategorySuper Sport Bikes
Release dateMay 2007

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