Starting from $26,995 inc gst


Sportbikes—especially 600-class machines—are for riders who want to feel the highest degree of connection with their motorcycles. Because the greater the connection, the more rewarding the ride. And that’s why we strive to make our Honda CBR600RR models as good as they are. The high-revving inline-four engine is instantly responsive. The aluminum chassis and premium suspension precisely connect you with the road like nothing else. And only a 600 can give you the light, crisp handling so many sportbike riders find so attractive. Available with optional anti-lock brakes, the CBR600RR is the best example of a highly refined breed. Is it for you? Ride one and see.


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Engine Type

Liquid-cooled 16 valve DOHC inline-4

CC Rating


Bore and Stroke

67 x 42.5

Ignition System

Full transistorised

Fuel System

Fuel Injection

Compression Ratio




Final Drive



6-Speed Manual

Suspension Front

41mm inverted Big Piston Fork with spring preload, rebound and compression damping adjustability

Suspension Rear

Unit Pro-Link® HMAS™ single shock with spring preload, rebound and compression damping adjustability

Brakes Front

Dual radial-mounted four-piston calipers with full-floating 310mm discs

Brakes Rear

Single-caliper 220mm disc

Tyres Front


Tyres Rear




Seat Height


Ground Clearance


Kerb Weight


Fuel Capacity

18 litres


2030(L) x 685(W) x 1140(H)


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New Improved Aerodynamics

Just like the new CBR1000RR-R Fireblade; the new CBR600RR is infused with the aerodynamic performance technology used in the RC213V, a MotoGP machine that some would say has reached the pinnacle of its racing form. The frame that feeds back the racing technology has a twin tube structure made of hollow die-cast aluminum. This structure ensures premium wind-resistant performance, agile handling and now with the new addition of winglets, the CBR600RR is the ultimate track master. The CBR600RR is also equipped with winglets to effectively create down force. The optimal positioning, shape, and installation angle of the winglets are designed to work with the agile handling characteristics of the bike. When entering a corner, the down force generated by the winglet maintains the load on the front tyres as the rider leans the bike into a corner while releasing the front brake. This ensures the CBR600RR’s stability and achieves high cornering performance.

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Slipper Clutch

The aluminum cam assist slipper clutch installed on the CBR600RR has been designed to mitigate rear wheel hop which is caused by sudden braking when shifting down gears, significantly reducing force by 32%. With the pressure plate cam and clutch center cam located diagonally across from each other, when torque is driven from the pressure plate cam in the proper direction, the diagonal structure generates pull-in force and the crimping of the clutch strengthens. This assist system allows low-reaction clutch spring and thus reduces the physical operating force of the clutch lever. When back torque is driven by engine braking, the diagonal structure creates force to move the pressure plate away from the clutch center, reducing back torque by weakening the crimping of the clutch.

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New Electronics

New electronic, fly-by-wire throttle along with an inertial measurement unit (IMU) that opens the door to all the latest rider-assist technology. Honda has added its Honda Selectable Torque Control system along with wheelie mitigation control and adjustable engine-braking. It can all be operated via the same instrument panel that’s used on the CBR1000RR, allowing for the selection of riding modes.

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