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Motorbike Mondays: Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade

March 30, 2015

The weekend might be behind us, but we’re back with another edition of Motorbike Mondays – and this week’s mighty bike has plenty to offer. Today’s Honda Fireblade review will take a look at what this sportbike brings when it comes to design and performance – then we’ll let you know how you can get your hands on a Honda Fireblade of your own. Let’s go.

Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade 2

Original image by Easa Shamih


You don’t dub a motorbike the Fireblade unless you’re sure it can live up to its name – and this Honda motorcycle doesn’t disappoint! Known as the ultimate sportbike, the Honda Fireblade has a lot to prove. The 2015 CBR1000RR comes in three trim levels: the entry-level spec, the ABS and the SP model – meaning there are plenty of options for this racy ride. The downward facing handlebar is designed to make the bike more streamlined – ensuring a quicker, smoother journey. A regular on the racing scene, the Fireblade cleverly combines impressive power with superb handling – making it an all-round winner by anyone’s standards.

Performance and Handling

When it comes to performance, this is where the Fireblade really shines. The CBR1000RR uses Honda’s assisted slipper clutch to ensure maximum power with a light clutch pull at the lever. This, along with the 12-spoke cast-aluminum wheels, allows the bike to maintain superb stability on the road.

Along with the CBR1000RR Fireblade’s 999.8cc inline four-cylinder engine, the front and rear suspension allow for a more accurate response – meaning you don’t have to work as hard to get the best out of your bike. The CBR1000RR ABS version comes with the best brake package of the three specs, but will cost slightly more than the entry-level – while the track-focused SP tops the range. With a maximum output of 133 kW/12,250 rpm, it’s easy to see why this sportbike is such a popular purchase.


A first for the superbike is its optional Combined Anti-Lock Braking System (C-ABS) – a big topic of conversation surrounding the Fireblade. The CBR1000RR’s LCD instrumentation system also impresses, with five-level shift indicator, laptimer and fuel-consumption tracker among its many options. For anyone looking for the ultimate in accessories, the optional Full Sport Pack is the way to go – offering maximum comfort while ensuring top performance levels.

Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade Finance

Speeding in at £12,199, this Honda motorcycle includes first registration and road tax. Up there with the mightiest of Honda motorcycles, the Fireblade delivers exciting performance and offers a range of fresh features. If you’re eager to get to grips with the legendary Fireblade but can’t find the funds to seal the deal, the Car Loan Warehouse can help. Our range of flexible Honda Fireblade motorcycle finance options are tailored to you, with payments that suit your budget.

About The Author

Jon Le Roux is co-founder and company director of The Car Loan Warehouse. Being a mad engineering and motorsport enthusiast, I spend more hours than is healthy, watching, reading or talking about cars, boats, motorbikes…..basically anything with an engine.