A quick history of the CBR600F2.

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    starlightrr
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    I found this short but interesting article on the history of the CBR600, notably the F2 model which some here might find intetresting :)

    http://classic-motorbikes.net/honda-cbr600f/

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    This one appeared in 2009. It’s another good article on how great the 600 are. Proudly my own F3 appears in the article. I no longer have this bike & I occasionally regret it. If I could have, I would have kept it rather than having to trade.

    http://www.sportrider.com/sportbike-news/great-sportbikes-past-1991-1998-honda-cbr600f2-f3-birth-domination

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    I still miss my F3 :cry: My RR is a ton of fun but the F3 was great for spirited rides through the twisties and long straight hails too. My RR makes me sore pretty quick if I am riding a stright line for too long. Nice finds on the articles you two!

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    @TheRedRocket said:
    I still miss my F3 :cry: My RR is a ton of fun but the F3 was great for spirited rides through the twisties and long straight hails too. My RR makes me sore pretty quick if I am riding a stright line for too long. Nice finds on the articles you two!

    I always found my RR almost as comfortable as my F3. Mine is a 2008 RR8 though and I heard they were more comfortable than earlier incarnations…not sure why, whether it’s the saddle or other ergonomics.

    One thing I do like on the F3 is the far plusher and bigger cockpit area with it’s proper bike clocks and white faced rev counter. I’m not a fan of digital clocks.

    Jules

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