New CMX1100 Rebel

£8,999 (incl. vat) £0 pcm (incl. vat)
  • CMX1100 Rebel
  • CMX1100 Rebel
  • CMX1100 Rebel
  • CMX1100 Rebel
  • CMX1100 Rebel
  • CMX1100 Rebel
  • CMX1100 Rebel
  • CMX1100 Rebel
  • CMX1100 Rebel
  • CMX1100 Rebel
  • CMX1100 Rebel
  • CMX1100 Rebel
  • CMX1100 Rebel

STEP UP

Ready to upgrade your current ride? Then it’s time. Time for something completely new. Step up to the new Rebel CMX1100. A bare-boned motorcycle that pays homage to the fat-tyred ‘bobber’ silhouette of days gone by, but lays down contemporary design details everywhere. Sure, it’s one great looking bike, and will casually cruise an open boulevard. But, by design, it’s so much more than that.

OLD SCHOOL’S NEW COOL

The Rebel CMX1100 is something special…

With its individual looks – as well as easy, nimble handling and fun engine response – riders, many new to two wheels, have enjoyed and customised the Rebel CMX500 the world over. But now’s the moment for more. The family resemblance is instant, but the Rebel CMX1100 has a great deal going on. The torquey, characterful parallel twin-cylinder engine features Throttle By Wire management, 4 riding modes, Honda Selectable Torque Control and Wheelie Control. Cruise control is standard and our unique, six-speed Dual Clutch Transmission an option. And this cool cruiser is also made for corners – 43mm cartridge-style front forks, piggyback rear shocks and a radial-mount four-piston front brake caliper see to that.

STRIPPED-BACK STYLE

Nothing less than undiluted, thrilling motorcycling.

The Rebel CMX1100 is built for the pure pleasure that two wheels bring, a blacked-out 21st century roadster-meets-bobber, designed from the ground-up to be an engaging, enjoyable ride, with engine and handling performance potential to spare. Every detail makes it different; the flangeless fuel tank features two-tone paint, both front and rear mudguards are drawn from 1mm-thick steel and mount with die-cast aluminium brackets. Seat height is just 700mm, and the soft-density material contoured to give support under hard acceleration. An offset, 120mm diameter negative digital display offers intuitive information delivery while wide, uncluttered handlebars mount with substantial, 1-inch clamps.