honda 2022 CBR1000RR R Fireblade


Competition has produced the CBR1000RR-R Fireblade. And competition never rests. The new, stunning, high-rpm inline four-cylinder engine is armed with updates that boost corner-exit acceleration and rear-wheel traction. MotoGP-inspired, the chassis and aerodynamics combine for lightning-sharp handling and precise, powerful braking while advanced electronics put complete and total control, the racer’s edge, directly in your hands. The racetrack is Fireblade territory.

The Challenge Of Faster

Leathers, zipped. Helmet, snug. Gloves, tightly cuffed. The light’s green and circuit open. Your Fireblade is eager, you can hear it in the aggressive bark of the Akrapovic exhaust as you crack open the throttle. And so are you. For the unadulterated adrenaline rush that riding fast – the sort of fast that only happens linking apex-to-apex – brings. And with it the challenge to improve. Cut lap times. Be faster. Reach for victory.

Because Every Split-Second Counts

The fuel tank and cover are set low on an extremely compact engine and frame, to promote a racing crouch, while the fairing’s small frontal area also reduces drag. Winglet structures generate the same downforce as the 2018 MotoGP machine, to reduce front wheel lift under acceleration and increase stability on braking and corner entry. Even the smallest detail from HRC finds its way onto the CBR1000RR-R; the lower fairing extends close to the rear tyre, and channels air downward, lowering drag in the dry and channelling water away in the wet, improving grip.

Engine Type

water-cooled, 4-stroke, DOHC, inline 4-cylinder

Displacement CC


Bore X Stroke

81mm x 48.5mm

Compression Ratio


Max Power Output


Max Torque


Oil Capacity

3.8 L

Fuel Tank Capacity

16.1 L



Dimensions LxWxH

2099mm x 762.4mm x 1136mm



Seat Height


Kerb Weight


Tyre Size Front


Tyre Size Rear


Brakes Type Front

330mm disc with radial-mount 4-piston Nissin caliper

Brakes Type Rear

220mm disc with 2-piston Brembo caliper