The brand Honda CB125R and CB300R, an appealing choice for the A1 or A2 licence users, are small-displacement and well-finished naked motorcycles as well. Both share the vintage design and part of the mechanical properties. As for what concerns Honda CB125R, it features a 124,7 cc liquid-cooled mono-cylinder engine, powered with 13,3 hp, which can guarantee very low fuel consumption (48,2 km/l). This new machine also has a low exhaust in order to keep mass low and central: 125,8 kg only, wet weight. The CB300R model is, on the contrary, more performing. Featuring its 286 cc it is in fact capable of 31,4 hp with 30,2 km/l. Both models are equipped with a steel trellis frame, USD fork and single-sided swingarm adjustable for preload at the rear. The seat height is 816 mm for the 125 model and 799 mm for the 300; furthermore, ABS is available as a standard with IMU (Inertial Measurement Unit), full LED lighting system, indicators included. Honda will be at EICMA 2017, pavilion 22, booth O 48.