Honda CBR500R (2022) Review | Top 7 Things You Need To Know About the Honda CBR500R | Visordown


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Honda CBR500R (2022) Review | Top 7 Things You Need To Know About the Honda CBR500R | Visordown



Honda CBR500R (2022) Review | Top 7 Things You Need To Know About the Honda CBR500R | Visordown
How much of a baby Fireblade is the Honda CBR500R (2022)? After a trip through the Honda parts factory, the middleweight A2 sports bike has been left it with a hefty invoice – but one that substantially improves the already successful formula.
Let’s have a quick look at 7 points that make the CBR500R tick; covering what’s new, what’s old and what’s borrowed. And a quick roundup of whether it’s any good or not!

If you want the full in-depth review, head to visordown.com for more – https://www.visordown.com/reviews/first-ride/honda-cbr500r-2022-road-test-review-scottish-nc500-sports-bike-tour

Honda CBR500R (0:00)
CBR500R Specs (1:31)
Honda CBR500R Engine (2:02)
Honda CBR500R Suspension and Brakes (3:01)
Honda CBR500R Features (4:00)
Honda CBR500R Fireblade Dynamics (4:37)
Honda CBR500R Negatives (5:29)
Honda CBR500R Price (6:10)
Honda CBR500R Verdict (6:44)
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  1. CBR650R – owned two 600s back in the 90s when you got a centre stand with a sports bike. 240kmh out of the box, they were as quick as my Kawasaki GPZ1100 B2. Hondas handled, stopped helluvah lot better and not as bulky as thousands which are way overpowered.

  2. #1 it’s not a CBR 600RR

    Just because you’re a new rider doesn’t mean you have to buy a POS for your first bike
    Sure it costs more money upfront but the possible benefits of buying a great bike, instead of a starter bike for your first bike:
    more power to get out of trouble,
    you don’t have to ride faster than on a beginner bike,
    more power to cruise freeway speeds with less buzz at lower RPMs on engine,
    better, safer brakes,
    better, safer suspension and handling,
    more rider aids for safety (and sport), ABS, traction control,
    you only have to buy one bike instead of upgrade when you’re no longer in need of a nanny bike,
    more desirable for resale,
    less percentage of depreciation,
    better fit and finish,
    more aluminum parts,
    cooler handlebars,
    a better looking, performing machine overall

  3. For only a little bit more you can get Triumph Trident which is arguably a better bike in every way. For a bit less you can get the Ninja400 which is a very competent bike. Honda sits in a weird spot. If anything the price needs to go down to capture smaller CC market share. To think it will compete with 650cc A2 compliant bikes is delusional. Sorry Honda you need to get in touch with reality.

  4. Nice, but needs to be something like $5,899 USD base, to pull significant share from Ninja 400. Furthermore if the Ninja looked as good as the Honda, I would skip the Honda all together; 100 cc be damned.

  5. I started on a 2018 CB500F; this update is giving you A LOT for a beginner bike esp with the display upgrade, suspension upgrade, weight reduction, tuning upgrade, and exhaust diameter increase.

  6. My first big bike was almost a 2014 ER6N, but I was drawn into the 2014 CBR500R’s design during that tome and got the Honda instead. It wasn’t quick but it was quick enough most of the time. What people don’t value and can’t be put in paper is that it has plenty of grunt down low for daily riding, not sharp but comfortable suspension and the weight makes it feel like you’re riding on a big bike.

    Had it for 4 years and was really difficult to rationalise selling it cos it was just enough and such a good bike.

  7. The only time a smaller cbr looked like a "baby fireblade" was the cbr300r and the 2012 fireblade. Other than those two none of the smaller cbr's ever looked like a fireblade.

  8. Oh look the CBR500r was a fucken joke when it was released in 2014 and in 2021 …it's a slightly more expensive joke. Fuck these things. Cryin shame this is what the once-great Honda churns out these days – boring, soulless, expensive and bloated fucken garbage.

  9. Even as a honda fan, I suggest people who are looking to get the CBR500R, don't.
    The Ninja 400 is just plain better for what it has, 30 kilograms lighter, more power, much cheaper.

    if you get the 500R, you're gonna get pissed on tho.

  10. Have really been looking at these for a few reasons. This review helped a lot even though I am in the US so the pricing and some of the available options are diffrent. I don't a lot about bikes and a few of my friends are really wanting me to get my license and go on cruises with them. Even though I used to ride dirt bikes when I was 15-18, I am now 30 and its been a long time since I have been on a bike other than my ex boyfriends. I plan on taking a motorcycle course in the spring so I am more prepared and safer on the roads. I know I can trust a Honda product plus I build their cars for the past 5 years and have owned 3 different Honda and they have never failed me at all so I can trust this bike. I also get a pretty good discount on this as well.