It’s nearly time for the world launch of the Honda’s 2020 Africa Twin and Africa Twin Adventure Sports. And ahead of the us getting the chance to swing a leg over the three new models in Sardinia next week, we’re asking for you to submit questions that YOU would like us to put to the team behind the new bikes.

The Honda Africa Twin and Africa Twin Adventure Sports.

Honda’s Africa Twin has been a massive success since it was reintroduced to the world back in 2016 – and now, Honda’s gearing up to launch three new models for 2020. There’s a standard Africa Twin, an Africa Twin Adventure Sports and a tricked out, electronically assisted Adventure Sports. And we’re gearing up to ride them on and off-road next week by asking what YOU want to know about.

At the launch there’ll be technical engineers, designers and test riders all on hand for us to chat to – and with your help we’re getting ready to pick their brains and get the inside scoop on what makes Honda’s next generation adventure bikes tick. So what do you want to know?

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The Honda Africa Twin in its natural environment. The dunes.

Submit your questions to us through the MoreBikes social media channels (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram) and then we’ll pick the ten most frequently asked (and most liked) to put directly to the team behind the new Honda’s. Simple.

FOR THE FULL TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS OF THE NEW AFRICA TWINS, CLICK HERE.

TO CHECK OUT A VIDEO OF THE NEW AFRICA TWINS IN ACTION, CLICK HERE.

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To find out even more from Honda’s next generation Africa Twin and Africa Twin Adventure Sports, click HERE. And be sure to keep a close eye on MoreBikes over the coming days as we bring you even more information about Honda’s flagship adventurers for 2020.

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