2017 Honda Africa Twin Enduro Sports Concept Motorcycle Released at EICMA 2016

– Custom 2017 Africa Twin Enduro Sports Concept Bike = SEXY! –

The Africa Twin Enduro Sports concept has been created to expand the Africa Twin family and capture the imagination of customers dreaming of new possibilities for this “Go Anywhere” adventure machine.

Speaking of the Africa Twin… If you haven’t checked it out already, here is an update I just posted on the 2017 Africa Twin CRF1000L:

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As such, with the Enduro Sports version, Honda’s R&D designers have pushed the concept of the CRF1000L Africa Twin to new limits, with a vision for even better off-road ability. The base model has been embellished with several lighter weight chassis parts, derived from Honda’s single-cylinder racing CRF models. What do you guys think about it? Would you buy one if Honda built it?

  • Ivan Burrell

    Yes I would buy the Enduro Sports as soon as I could, but it would have to have a lower seat height and be equipped with DCT. I check the web almost every day for some news. 🙂

    • Thanks for posting up and joining in on the conversation about the Enduro Sports Concept which has sadly been forgotten all ready by most with the announcement of the Adventure Sports version for 2018.

      Speaking of the Adventure Sports… What do you think about the tweaks to the Adventure Sports version of the Africa Twin for 2018? Or would you still rather see a 2019 Africa Twin Enduro Sports?

  • Ivan Burrell

    No Kevin, i’m not interested in the AT Adventure…I am VERY interested in the Enduro Sport because it was suppose to be lighter, lower, with a sub 32″ seat height and possibly fitted with the DCT transmission. I have the need for speed but because I have neuropathy in my feet I really need the automatic tranny and the big motor…I have the NC700 already. How I wish there was a NC1000!!! Thanks Kevin, Ivan