Honda has confirmed the date of the CRF1000L Africa Twin press launch suggesting a release date for the much-anticipated motorcycle will be following not too long afterwards.
The press launch will be taking place in South Africa between 3-5 December and test riders will be able to experience the motorbike in both on and off-road scenarios.
As ever, ABR will be bringing you real-time updates as we get to grips with the machine over the course of the launch and you can expect a full and comprehensive review in our Jan/Feb issue.
With that in mind, we want you to tell us what you want to know. Comment below or drop by on Facebook and Twitter to send your questions in and we’ll do our best to answer them while on the launch.
The Africa Twin will be touting a 1000cc compact parallel-twin engine with 70kW power, 98Nm torque and a claimed 93.8bhp and will be available in three options; a standard option, an ABS version with Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC) and also an option offering Honda’s Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT) along with the HSTC.
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