When Honda introduced the CB750 in 1969, it changed motorcycles forever. The inline four-cylinder layout and upright riding position became known as the Universal Japanese Motorcycle, and the term superbike was coined for Honda's 750cc flyer. Six decades later, Honda is introducing the CB-F, a concept that takes the classic CB formula and updates it with modern tech. At the heart of the CB-F is a 998cc water-cooled inline-four with double overhead camshafts. Inverted forks, radial disc brakes all around and a rear monoshock and single-sided aluminum swingarm bolted to a backbone frame give the CB-F modern handling. The bodywork is taken directly from the beautiful CB750F and CB900F of the early 1980s, something that Honda is smart to revisit. While no production plans were released, don't be surprised to see something resembling the CB-F to show up in dealers before too long.