Honda this time comes with the new edition of its CB1100 RS 5Four, that was launched in 80’s. The automaker teamed up with British bike builder Guy Willison to redesign the CB1100RS up into a replica of a 80s-era endurance race. It is equipped with a Renthal Ultra Low handlebar to put the rider in a more sporting position. Other than this, it has Tomaselli racing grips; short racing brakes levers, billet mirrors, and an aluminum bikini fairing.

Besides that they will produce only 54 of these CB1100RS 5Fours for sale. This bike is more than a styling exercise.

Honda CB1100 RS 5Four

For this bike, the designer has made some small but notable changes to give it a factory-built bike. It has a small headlight fairing was crafted out of aluminum, as was a single seat tail unit with a nice diamond-stitched Alcantara-covered saddle.

Other than these changes, the bars are switched out for lower, now it has wider Renthals in satin black. Besides that it is equipped with adjustable short levers, mini mirrors and Tomaselli grips. Alongside that, each bike of the 54 planned for sale will be individually numbered, and hand-painted, including the logos.

While, speaking of other changes, the Racefut supplied a set of titanium Growler slip-ons for the 4-into-2 exhausts. While, speaking of price and availability, the list price for 5Four is £15,554. When the bike is ready the new owner can either collect it from their dealer or arrange to collect the 5Four from 5Four motorcycles Corby base.