We’re in Sardinia for the launch of Honda‘s Africa Twin. And there are THREE of them on show!
Watch the FULL first riding impressions of Honda’s Africa Twin Adventure Sports with Showa semi-active suspension after an eventful day in the saddle.
Today we’ve been spending the day out on the tricked out, top-spec electronically assisted Adventure Sports – and we are bringing you our first impressions of the bike as soon as we get off it. Don’t go anywhere, stay tuned on this page for more details, videos, reviews live from Italy.
Ross: “We’ve just stopped for a quick drink and I thought I’d share my (brief) first impressions of the new top of the range AT Adventure Sports with Showa semi-active suspension.
“First things first, that new suspension is fantastic – soaking up lumps and bumps with ease, and stiffening up as you push the bike harder and harder.
“We’ve not been hanging about this morning and I can say with confidence that It’s even more agile and even more capable than the old bike.
“It’s shorter too – so it’s much easier to get on with. I’ve not had much of a chance to mess around with the various modes and settings just yet – but that’s next on the agenda as we tackle a bit of light off road.”
In short, we’re very impressed and we’ll be reporting as it happens, with some more in depth thoughts. Stay tuned.
Our man Ross gave us his first thoughts on Honda’s new Africa Twin in the video below! You’ll be hearing more from him throughout the week as he rides the new bikes.
Want to know more about the new Twin? Check out the full technical specifications of the new Africa Twins here.
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