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2020 HONDA CRF 1100 Africa Twin

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Stylish, Dynamic and Powerful.

This Honda CRF 1100 Africa Twin rolls on a Showa Electronically Equipped Ride Adjustment Suspension, DCT Gearbox, and much more. With low mileage, full service history, new rear tyre and in great condition, this bike is ready to hit the road. Thoughtfully accessorised with a Tek Top box and crashbars, this Africa Twin is ready for long distance adventures.

A Sporty and reliable adventure bike that’s stylish, packed with rider centric features - it's the third generation of the Africa Twin which has become a firm favourite within the Adventure bike riding world. This model comes with DCT transmission, a worthy addition for on or offroad fans!

This 2020 example has a Full Service History, new rear tyre and will come to you with 1 Years warranty. The bike will be MOT'd. Your Part Exchange will be welcomed. Nationwide Delivery Available. 

Powered by a Liquid Cooled 1084cc engine, this Honda Africa Twin delivers endless power at 100 hp at 7500 rpm and an outstanding maximum toque of 105 Nm at 6250 rpm – sure to give you a thrilling ride.

The bike has endless adventure capabilities with its extensive tech package which includes features like an adjustable suspension and windscreen, cornering lights and accessory sockets – guaranteeing you a long-lasting and exciting journey!

Key Features of this 2020 Honda CRF 1100 Africa Twin Adventure Sport ES:

  • Honda 1084cc Engine
  • Tek Top Box
  • Crashbars
  • Showa Electronically Equipped Ride Adjustment suspension (EERA)
  • Cornering Lights
  • Accessory Socket
  • Adjustable Windscreen

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12 Months Warranty, Full Tank of Fuel, 1 Year MOT.

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2020 HONDA CRF 1100 Africa Twin

Price: £10,995
4916 mi
Pearl Grey White/Blue
West Coast Triumph
  • DCT Gearbox
  • Tek Top Box
  • Crash Bars
  • Full Service History