Only 2,263 miles on this 2018 CB1000R!!! The CB1000R combined a similar version of the 998cc in-line four from the CBR1000RR sportbike with a go-fast chassis, more comfortable ergonomics and futuristic styling with minimal bodywork. Body work is dressed in black, the contrasting silver on the radiator shroud, headlight nacelle and exhaust as well as the machined edges on the blacked-out engine make the CB1000R look a piece of industrial art. This is a super cool bike!!! The CB1000R has a cast aluminum, single-sided swingarm, which showcases the new 10-spoke rear wheel. the suspension include a fully adjustable, upside-down, 43mm Showa SFF-BP (Separate Function Fork-Big Piston) with rebound and compression damping in the left leg and preload in the right leg. Braking power is by the excellent Tokico binders—a pair of 4-piston radial calipers up front squeezing 310mm discs and a 1-piston rear caliper squeezing a 256mm disc—a person is able to slow with minimal effort. It sports a 2-channel ABS system too. From the first time I pressed the starter button until the last time I put down the sidestand at the end of the day, my overall impression of the new CB1000R was one of refinement, the sort of civility and precision that’s been a hallmark of Honda motorcycles for decades. Yes, i like this bike, a LOT!!! The CB1000R offers several riding modes (Sport, Street and Rain) with preset levels of throttle response, engine braking and traction control, and a User mode allows the rider to set any combination of these parameters as well as turn traction control completely off. The CB1000R may look like a bare-knuckle brawler, but it has the poise and agility of a ballet dancer. Part of what contributes to the CB1000R’s refined feel is how smoothly its engine spins up and how silky its 6-speed transmission is, aided by a new assist-and-slipper clutch that reduces lever effort. it is a super fun bike to ride!!