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Honda CB1100 Deluxe Review - The Modern Cafe
Sam BendallMarch 24, 2015

Modern, refined, retro and timeless – The 2015 CB1100 DLX harks back to the days of ole'. Emulating the spirit and design of the Honda CB750, the CB1100 does a fantastic job of melding classic aesthetics with modern design.

At first glance, the Honda CB1100 DLX looks a bit boxy (mainly because of the fuel tank), but after walking around this meticulous machine, it’s difficult to deny it’s beauty. Much like the Triumph Bonneville and Moto Guzzi 8V SE, the Honda CB1100 has a commanding, vintage presence. It causes pedestrians and drivers to turn their heads and leer uncontrollably as if it were Scarlett Johanssen walking down the street in a beautiful red dress and Louboutin heels or Micheal Fassbender in a tailored suit (for the ladies).
2015 Honda CB1100 Deluxe Review - The Modern Cafe
2015 Honda CB1100 Deluxe Review

We picked up the bike from Honda's headquarters in Torrance, California the night before our big camping trip North through California ending in Portland for the One Motorcycle Show. We were to outfit a week's worth of undies, camera and camping gear to the back seat for the long way to the show.

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Sitting in my home garage the night before the big ride I paced around the bike a number of times studying its various angles, falling in love with its design.

The next morning it was time to put the CB1100 DLX between my legs. I mention to most of my readers that I'm a tall guy—6’5’’ and a svelte 210lbs—so out of necessity, I gravitate toward bigger motorcycles. I will ride almost anything, but when a bike dips under 750cc I end up looking like a turtle humping a tic-tac or a grizzly bear pedaling a tricycle.

Pulling the bike off the kickstand and into its upright position required a little “umph,” but at rest, the 570lbs CB1100 DLX felt remarkably well-balanced and isn't as heavy as it reads on paper. The upgraded, ribbed gel bench saddle affords an ample seating area and also provides a comfortable area for a passenger or soft luggage. The standard seating position accommodates my stature well and my legs didn't impact the tank in an awkward way—nor were they bent at an uncomfortable angle. The handlebar ergonomics felt comfortable, and all the controls were simple and easy to operate. The brake and clutch levers have a nice range of adjustability for riders of various hand sizes and the mirrors offer adequate