Honda CBR500R First Look Preview for the Year 2022

Honda’s 2022 CBR500R sportbike, like the CB500X and CB500F, gets new chassis components to aid improve handling and feel at the bars. The $7,199 MSRP midsize sportbike will be available in Honda dealerships this month in either Grand Prix Red or Sword Silver Metallic.

If you’ve read the previous two model reviews, you’ll know what to expect from the CBR500R: a new Showa SFF-BP inverted 41mm fork, a lighter swingarm, and new cast aluminium wheels. Honda wants to make all of its 500-level machines handle better and feel more intuitive, and the adjustments look promising.

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Honda CBR500R
Honda CBR500R

The entry-level sportbike also receives a braking upgrade, with dual 296mm discs and twin four-piston radial-mount callipers up front.

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Aside from that, the CBR500R remains mostly unchanged from the 2021 model, with the 471cc parallel-twin engine, Pro-Link rear suspension, slip and assist clutch, buttery-smooth transmission, LED headlamps, and standard ABS.

Honda CBR500R
Honda CBR500R

Check out this head-to-head comparison to see how the CBR500R compared to the Ninja 300 when the Honda was still in the design phase. Since then, the CBR500R has received an update in 2016, with many of the revisions geared at increasing the machine’s aesthetic and creature comfort appeal.

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