Honda Transalp

  • Ridden! Honda Transalp XL750

    Ridden! Honda Transalp XL750

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    Editor Ross has been out to Portugal to put the new middleweight adventure bike from Honda through its paces. Here’s how he got on. The 755cc liquid-cooled 4-stroke parallel twin ripped straight from the new Hornet is the highlight. With 90bhp and 55lb-ft of torque, there’s plenty of low-down punch, but it’s at its best…

  • FIRST IMPRESSIONS: Honda Transalp XL750. PART TWO!

    FIRST IMPRESSIONS: Honda Transalp XL750. PART TWO!

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    Ross is back from a full day of putting the new middleweight adventure bike from Honda through its paces. Here’s how he got on. “The handling’s very good. You’d be forgiven for expecting a bit of vagueness from the 21inch front wheel – but in practice, it feels planted and stable with plenty of grip…

  • FIRST IMPRESSIONS: Honda Transalp XL750

    FIRST IMPRESSIONS: Honda Transalp XL750

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    Ross has just stopped for lunch and has some first thoughts on the new middleweight adventure bike from Honda. “It’s been a great start to the day with the new Transalp. The 755cc liquid cooled 4 stroke parallel twin ripped straight from the new Hornet is the highlight so far. With 90bhp and 55 lb…

  • The price of the new Transalp

    The price of the new Transalp

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    If you’re into adventure bikes and you know your dual-sport history, then you’ll likely be as excited as we are about the launch of the new Honda Transalp. We’ve already given you the full lowdown on the bike, going into detail about its Hornet-derived engine and more, but ever since its big reveal at EICMA…

  • The return of the HONDA TRANSALP?

    The return of the HONDA TRANSALP?

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    Is Honda gearing up for the return of the much-loved Transalp to its adventure bike line-up?   We’ve been talking about it for some time and we even brought you some mock-ups of the bike, courtesy of our Japanese friends over at Young Machine, but up until recently there was nothing concrete to suggest when…

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