Honda Neo Sports Cafe Concept Motorcycle

Don't let the name fool you — despite its name, the Neo Sports Cafe concept is a thoroughly modern bike. Featuring a 998cc parallel-four motor, this could be a lightly-disguised update of the CB1000R, Honda's naked sportbike introduced in 2010. The round LED headlamp and sculpted tank with knee indentions give it a little throwback flair, in contrast with the CB1000R's sharper lines. Honda will officially unveil the bike at the EICMA show in Milan in November 2017.

  • Yamaha Motodroid Motorcycle

    The 2017 Tokyo Motor Show gets underway in October and promises a look at the future of transportation. Yamaha will be there with a slew of electric and self-driving concepts, including the Motodroid self-riding motorcycle. The anime-inspired, bleeding-edge design features AI that controls the bike and interacts with the ride as well. No details have been offered, so exactly what this concept bike is capable of will have to wait until it debuts in Tokyo.

  • Triumph Bonneville Bobber Black

    Triumph has a hit on their hands with the Bonneville Bobber. The fastest-selling new model in the company's 115-year history, the Bobber has been wildly successful — which means it's time to improve on an already robust platform. The Bobber Black edition does what any self-respecting gearhead would do to their bike if given Triumph's factory parts bin. Dual front disc brakes, bigger forks, fatter tires, and a blacked-out everything finish headline the changes. Pricing is yet to be announced, but the Bobber Black will hit dealers in early 2018.

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