Honda announces sports pack offer for CBR1000RR Fireblade bike

Article by Christian Andrei, on July 27, 2011

The British division of Honda announced that on top of the 0% APR finance package available until the end of September, it is also offering a new ‘Sports Pack’ until the end of 2011. Honda is launching this offer to increase the appeal of the CBR1000RR Fireblade. The Sports Pack is offered to customers who buy the standard and ABS-equipped versions across the Fireblade range.

It features a variety of Honda Genuine Accessories that includes higher screen, seat cowl, Akrapovic exhaust and a bike cover. The non ABS model also gets a rear tire hugger.

When taken individually, the (ABS equipped) accessories are priced about £1400 while the standard version is priced at £1600 (standard) depending on color options.

However, those who buy a new Fireblade could benefit from the value offered by the Sports Pack with a retail price of only £599 for the ABS pack and £699 for the standard pack. The CBR1000RR Fireblade for 2011 is available with three new color variants.

What’s expected to be popular is a new HRC (Honda Racing Corporation) tricolor version that has new colors throughout, including an exciting gold trim, white wheels and HRC stickers on the middle and upper front cowl, rear fender and front fender.

Fireblade’s links to the Moto GP-dominating RC211V are shown off by its new full Honda Repsol racing livery that emphasizes its race bred technology and heritage.

In addition, there’s a special Graphite Black version that’s highlighted by its black wheels. Honda asserts that it is placing emphasis on the bodywork’s clean lines that provide a strong contrast to the silver colored frame.

Press Release


Honda’s legendary and award-winning CBR1000RR Fireblade remains the UK’s most popular sports bike and, in addition to the popular 0% APR finance package currently available until the end of September, Honda (UK) is also offering a new ‘Sports Pack’ until the end of 2011.

Available with the purchase of both the standard and ABS-equipped versions across the Fireblade’s Graphite Black, HRC Tri-colour, Repsol and Silver/Orange colour schemes, the Sports Pack includes a range of Honda Genuine Accessories to include higher screen, seat cowl, Akrapovic exhaust and a bike cover, with the addition of a rear tyre hugger for the non ABS model.

With a usual retail price of around £1400 (ABS equipped) and £1600 (standard) for these accessories individually – depending on colour options – customers who purchase a new Fireblade can benefit from great value offered by the Sports Pack with a fantastic retail price of just £599 for the ABS pack and £699 for the standard pack.

To take advantage of this great offer before the end of the year, for further information on any of the models in Honda’s range of motorcycles and scooters, Genuine Honda parts and accessories, latest news and forthcoming events, please contact your local Honda (UK) Motorcycle dealer, go to or call 0845 200 8000.

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