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Honda hornet cbf 600, complaint with rules??


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Hi there im wanting to move up from my 125 and onto a honda hornet cbf 600 I'am 21 years of age and i will be ding the direct access soon however i want to purcahse a 600cc and restrict it down. I'am in love with the honda hornet, all models it is just a purely great bike in every way. But i'am not sure whether it meets the new requirements, the 2000/2002 plate has a bhp of 94 however ive been hearing that it has to have a max of 93.2 bhp can anyone help me confirm whether i could get this bike?


Thank you any help is appreciated

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Official info here and here.




Here is the latest list of bikes that can be used for tests, not that they make life easy now days with all these rules. I would assume - perhaps wrongly that the same applies for riding on an A2 license as for doing an A2 test.


MCN have the CB600F listed as 97bhp which is above the double times (35kW or 46.6bhp) limit so i'd say no.


Maybe go for a 400/500cc while you're on A2 and then get the Hornet later ?

Only other option i can see is something like a restricted Naked Diversion XJ6N,but then you need the extra money for a 2009 onwards bike.

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