Some bikes are total game changers. And that’s the perfect description of Honda’s all-new Africa Twin®. The 998cc parallel-twin uses Honda’s exclusive four-valve Unicam® design. A 270° crankshaft delivers a deep growl as the rpm rises and also provides excellent power modulation to the rear wheel. The optional DCT transmission offers two automatic modes as well as a Sport mode with three different shift options. A steel semi-double-cradle frame wraps around all of this technology, with an inverted Showa fork and adventure-oriented 21-inch and 18-inch wheels to tackle the toughest terrain. And there’s plenty more to learn and see.
It’s been a long wait. But—trust us—it’s worth it. The all-new Honda Africa Twin is the machine that will let you wander wherever your adventures take you. The 998cc parallel twin uses Honda’s exclusive four-valve Unicam® cylinder-head design for smooth, tractable power. Offered with either a six-speed manual gearbox or a new DCT transmission with selectable on- and off-road modes. The ultimate adventure comes this fall.
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