The Honda CB300F combines beginner friendly characteristics with optimum performance to offer a fun-to-ride bike that could be any rider’s favorite. Its 286cc liquid-cooled engine delivers just the right amount of power and torque controllable for an exhilarating ride experience. It is light, fuel efficient and compact resulting to nimble steering, unmatched agility and excellent power-to-weight ratio. The counterbalancer keeps the machine running smoothly by reducing the vibrations felt for a more comfortable ride at higher speed range. Despite of its small displacement, the engine’s broad power delivery mated with six-speed transmission is able to produce quick acceleration for enjoyable urban navigation. Highway, city streets, canyon roads, and around town – all can be handled by CB300F. It is equipped with sturdy and balanced chassis along with an excellent suspension to ensure stable and plush ride on various road conditions. Curb weight of only 348 pounds its maneuverability is no surprised. Upright seating position is made more comfortable with the cushioned seat at low height. Solo and tandem ride is possible too featuring passengers spacious seat, grab rails and footpegs. To give more confidence to the beginners, powerful brakes with strong stopping power are integrated. Honda CB300F attractive and clean design is achieved by the minimal body, naked engine, multi-function digital instrumentation and the combination of black matte and glossy paint finish. This is what you get with CB300F – reasonably affordable yet high performing machine.
The Honda CB300F has unmatched smoothness from engaging the clutch to pulling the brakes and this is what exactly a beginner motorcycle needs to have. The engine’s vibration are effectively reduced by the counterbalancer to nothing ensuring a comfortable ride. Riding on the highway for about half an hour is pure delight, thanks to its decent ergonomics and relaxed upright seating position. Squeeze out the throttle and you are ready to drive past the other vehicles on the open road. Going to the canyon roads, the CB300F felt at home. It is easy to tackle curves and tight lanes due to its advanced suspension. Riding on rough pavements and over big bumps is no challenge to this machine. Commuting to work or school is where the CB300F stands out. Either solo or two-up ride is great because of its passenger ready features. Sneaking out of a heavy traffic and transitioning is a breeze on the street. Beginners can benefit from its upright seating position, less aggressive and comfy enough not to cause cramps after a long hour of riding. On the other hand, experienced riders can enjoy its good mileage, agility and 10,500rpm redline. All in all, Honda CB300F is a motorcycle for beginners who don’t have interest in exploring the track but love to ride a sporty one. Its quality built, good looks and modest power made it perfect for the newbies.