Honda Celebrates BSB Victory With Fireblade Black Edition

Honda has announced a new finance offering for its Fireblade range that sees the new Black Edition available for £99 per month.

Honda Special editions

The move marks a maiden MCE British Superbike Championship victory for Honda rider Jason O’Halloran and an impressive Honda one-two finish at Snetterton aboard the CBR1000RR Fireblade.

The Fireblade Black Edition joins the Honda supersport line-up, alongside the standard ABS model, track-focused CBR1000RR SP and a strictly limited Fireblade TT Special.  It offers a host of dark refinements, including a special edition smoked screen (27mm higher than standard), Gilles brake levers with Honda etching and Galfer front wavy discs.  Also fitted, as standard, to the Black Edition is a colour-matched seat cowl and carbon fibre hugger. The Black Edition is priced at £12,199 OTR.

Honda Special editions

As Nick Campolucci, head of motorcycles at Honda explains, the BSB victory signals the perfect time to introduce a celebratory offer for Fireblade customers:

“We unveiled our two Fireblade special edition bikes at the opening BSB round, at Silverstone, earlier this year.  Dan Linfoot and Jason O’Halloran paraded the bikes in front of race fans so it seems fitting that we give something back to customers, to mark this spectacular result.”

Silverstone

As well as the Fireblade Black Edition, a very small number of TT Special bikes remain in dealer circulation.  If you can find one, it comes complete with TT tri-colour paintjob and a whole host of race-inspired extras including a MotoGP-style Akrapovic exhaust, limited edition black Gilles FX levers with Honda Racing etching and Gilles MotoGP lever guards.  It also features Gilles TCA chain adjusters – including paddock stand lifters – and crash pads, as well as Galfer stainless, laser-cut wave discs. The TT Special Fireblade is priced at £16,999 OTR.

Silverstone

For more information, full finance terms and to contact your local dealer, visit honda.co.uk.

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