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Honda CBF190TR is launched in China: low-displacement café racer


Honda launched in China the CBF190TR, a 190cc café racer motorcycle. It arrives with exclusive graphics, with the number 93 on the sides, in addition to a small windshield.

The number 93 is in reference to eight-time World Champion Marc Marquez, the Honda rider in MotoGP, and gives an impression of sportiness. In addition, CBF190TR has the letters ‘TR’ on the sides of the fuel tank.

The bike is simple, but has some “premium” elements, such as the USD front suspension, the full LED lighting (headlights, flashlights and indicators), the wave-shaped brake discs, the fully digital dashboard and the brown seat, which appears to be textured leather.

In addition, it brings a hint of “scrambler”, with dual purpose tires (but aluminum alloy wheels) and engine/crankcase guard. The rear suspension is monoshock and the bike can be equipped with ABS brakes, at least on the front axle.

The engine is an air-cooled 184.4 cm³ single-cylinder, capable of generating up to 12.4 kW (16.6 HP) of maximum power at 8,000 rpm, and 16.3 Nm (1.64 kgfm) of torque at 7,000 rpm.

This is the same engine used in the CB 190SS, CBF190X and CBF190R, other models sold in China, Asia and some South American countries.

honda cbf190tr

Anyway, there is no information if this model will be sold outside the Asian market. For more information, access


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