Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade - studyjne zdjęcie przedstawiające trójkolorowy motocykl z profilu



Pełna kontrola

Wyścigowa technologia i całkowita kontrola.

Każda Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade cechuje się niedoścignionymi właściwościami jezdnymi; idealne połączenie fenomenalnych osiągów silnika z lekkim, precyzyjnym podwoziem gwarantuje niezapomniane wrażenia podczas jazdy po zwykłych drogach i rewelacyjne czasy okrążeń na torze.

Evolution of a legend

21 years of the CBR1000RR Fireblade has seen many changes in the Super Sport arena, many that it set in motion. But the constant of Total Control has ensured a focus purely on what the rider needs to get the ultimate enjoyment and excitement from every second spent riding a CBR1000RR Fireblade.

The CBR1000RR Fireblade represents the distillation of raw power into its most usable form. It is the most complete open-class Super Sport machine money can buy – and equally happy on road or racetrack.

Super Sport CBR1000RR, Fireblade, Dynamic, Location, Tricolour, Front

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Fireblade - miniatura przedstawiająca motocykl z prawej strony CBR1000RR Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade to motocykl klasy Super Sport, który nie ma sobie równych.
Fireblade - miniatura przedstawiająca motocykl z prawej strony CBR1000RR ABS Oprogramowanie elektronicznego, zintegrowanego układu hamulcowego z funkcją ABS (eC-ABS) zostało zoptymalizowane pod kątem użycia w motocyklu klasy Super Sport.

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The power of balance

The CBR1000RR Fireblade’s 999.8cc inline four-cylinder engine has exactly the same upgrades to its cylinder head as the CBR1000RR Fireblade SP, increasing peak power by 2kW to 133kW for extremely responsive acceleration. Mid-range torque is lifted with new 35mm exhaust downpipes, and a link pipe between 2 and 3 cylinders balances pressure. Remapped PGM-DSFI results in crisp throttle feel and precise power delivery; the assisted slipper-clutch aids stability by reducing back-torque to the rear wheel under hard downshifting.

Super Sport, CBR1000RR Fireblade, Location, Dynamic

Keep performing at the highest level, keep it 100% Honda

Every part of your Honda has been designed, built and tested to our most exacting standards. Just like every single genuine Honda accessory, which has been designed and tested in precisely the same way, meaning you are guaranteed a perfect fit and a perfectly integrated design. You also have a comprehensive range to choose from, so not only can you make the most of your Honda, you can do it without compromise.

Super Sport, CBR1000RR Fireblade, Accessories, Paddock stand, studio detail
Super Sport, CBR1000RR Fireblade, Accessories, Paddock stand, studio detail
Super Sport, CBR1000RR Fireblade, Accessories, Herringbone Tank Pad, studio detail
Super Sport, CBR1000RR Fireblade, Accessories, Rear hugger, studio detail

The Full Sports Pack

The Full Sport Pack* has been tailored to offer an all-round package that balances on-track performance and on-road comfort. At a glance, the rear sports hugger and rear seat cowl deliver further visual refinement to celebrate the increase in power of the 2014 CBR1000RR Fireblade. Audible enhancement through the Akrapovic exhaust** and wind protection from the high windscreen complete the refinements developed with Total Control in mind.

*The Full Sport Pack is optional.
**The Akrapovic Exhaust is an optional feature of the Full Sport Pack and must be purchased separately.

The flame never dies

The concept hasn’t changed.

Honda Fireblade front facing 3-quarter view left-facing, on race track with rider.

Winning the 2013 Senior, John McGuiness on the Fireblade at Creg-ny-Baa.

That’s why we continually dominate road races like the Isle of Man TT where the CBR1000RR Fireblade took the top three places in the 2013 Superbike race. 

Showing its class

John McGuiness took the chequered flag in the prestigious Senior TT race, securing his grip once again on the outright lap record of 131.578mph for the Honda Legends Race Team. 

Split image: Portrait of John McGuiness, 3-quarter frontal shot of McGuiness riding Fireblade, pulling a wheelie!
Honda Fireblade  motorbike three-quarter view on race track with rider. Vintage image (Location).

Winning the 1966 world title, Mike Hailwood on the shrieking RC166.