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Discussion in 'Japanese polycylindered adventure bikes' started by erey, Dec 20, 2015.
Sorry. Monday CET.
Yeah our Monday never counts for stuff like this
It's now 6:30 Monday morning in Holland.
Netherlands, Holland is but a region within the Netherlands.
Yep, and that's where he is.
No he's not from Holland but he does live in the Netherlands. I've visited him several times .
Honda Already released the youtube videos, where are the pics?
New frame, subframe, body, copkit......
Looks like a full new bike.
You should let him know.
Well it certainly appears that honda was listening regarding the new ATAS. It's moved away from what I'm interested in, but it addresses everything but shaft drive. It also doesn't appear to have addressed any fork issues.
On another note, an article mentioned that 87,000 africa twins have been sold to date since the 2016 model.... That's alot of bikes.
Some big changes. This is the bike the AT should have been 4 years ago.
Cruise is a nice edition.
Forks look like ATAS outers on reg twin.
Brilliant pictures taken in Namibia!!
The base model is getting CC. That's welcome surprise. No tubeless though. That red base model is definitely the looker of the bunch. Wish that short screen would fit on the current models.
Specially considering some of the changes had no cost and were available twenty years ago.
Notice the difference between the reg AT and the ES upper fork :
It's going to be interesting how many parts would be interchangeable to the old models.
That was easy for you!
They say Tubeless in the video, also note different air intakes and twin o2 sensors. Looks like two tool boxes on the side plastics by the back seat???