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Great bike. Pure and simple.
Motorcycling is all about connecting with the road. And arguably nothing connects you better than a bike that has only the features you want.
Enter the Honda CB300F. It was designed to be lighter, smaller and simpler. And with its user-friendly size, it’s a great choice for the city and makes an ideal first bike.
Simple however, can still mean loaded with features. Like the CBR300R, the CB300F uses a totally up-to-date single-cylinder engine. The fuel injection system and electric start make it convenient, but what you’ll likely love the most is the combination of power delivery and fuel efficiency. This is definitely a situation where practical meets performance, all at a price you’ll approve.
Be nimble. Be quick: The CB300F’s narrowness helps make it one of the most maneuverable bikes around. This is all thanks to its single-cylinder engine, low 30.7-inch seat height and light 348-pound curb weight. What you get is a bike that’s easy to put your feet down at a stoplight and a blast to ride the moment it turns green.
Single-cylindered. Many ways to have fun: The single-cylinder engine on the CB300F is a true thing of beauty. It has fuel injection, double-overhead cams and a counterbalancer that delivers the kind of torque and midrange power that’s well suited for all levels of riders.
Sips gas. Eats up the road: The CB300F is affordable to buy and to ride. It gets an estimated 78 MPG**, is freeway capable and still has the power to carry a passenger.