Honda at Glemseck 101: custom bikes and a special model

Honda Custombikes Glemseck 101 2019
Dina Dervisevic

Honda Custombikes Glemseck 101 2019

Honda Custombikes Glemseck 101 2019

Honda Custombikes Glemseck 101 2019

Honda Custombikes Glemseck 101 2019

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Honda CB 1000 R from Buselmeier.

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Honda CB 1000 R from Buselmeier on Glemseck 101.

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Honda CB 1000 R from Kummich on Glemseck 101.

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Honda CB 1000 R from Kummich.

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Honda CB 1000 R from Kummich.

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Honda CB 1000 R from Schumann.

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CB 750-Conversion Starrider from the Munich conversion company Motoism.

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The Honda CB 1000 R + Neo Sports Café Limited Edition has been at dealerships since April 2019.

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From August 30th to September 1st it was also at the Honda stand at Glemseck 101.

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Honda CB 1000 R + Neo Sports Café Limited Edition.

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Honda CB 1000 R from Fischer-Böhm.

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Honda CB 1000 R from Fischer-Böhm.

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Custom bikes and a special model

Honda is showing various conversions from dealers and a new special model based on the CB 1000 R at Glemseck.

VFrom August 30 to September 1, 2019, bikers from all over Europe will come together again for the cult meeting Glemseck 101 near Stuttgart. Honda is also back at the start. Also in the luggage: a total of seven noble custom bikes based on Honda. Also a CB 750 classic and the CB 1000 R Limited Edition. As further highlights, the Honda drivers Alex Polita and Conor Cummins deliver a duel over the 1/8 mile in the “Mano a Mano” sprint on Saturday. The winner starts on Sunday at the “Sprint International”.

Dealer conversions based on the CB 1000 R

In addition to the CB 1000 R Customs from Conor Cummins and Alex Polita, as well as the CB 750 Starrider conversion from Munich-based conversion company Motoism, four dealers in the Honda customizing competition are also bringing their CB 1000 R conversions to Stuttgart. You can see not only the pirate-inspired “Captain Black”, but also a motorcycle that celebrates Honda’s 60-year Grand Prix history. There is also a two-wheeler for dreaming called “Dream” and the “Monoposto”.

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