Honda CB500

(Last Updated On: July 12, 2017)

The Honda CB500 can be ridden with an A2 licence.

The CB500 in its stock form can not be ridden with a learner’s licence (A2). However, the bike’s maximum power output doesn’t exceed 70 kW, neither does the weight to power ratio exceed the 0.2 kW/kg limit. This means that with added restriction the CB500 can be regulated and driven on A2.

 

HP

57 horsepower (42 kW)

Power to weight ratio: 0.20 kW/kg

Restriction required0%

17% to achieve 35 kW power output

Overview and specifications

The CB500 is a popular standard motorcycle manufactured by Honda, first introduced in 1994. It is powered by a 4 stroke, inline 2 engine.

 

standard
Body type

499 cc
Engine displacement

173 kg (or 381 lb)
Weight

35 Lb/Ft (or 48 Nm)
Max Torque

120 mph (or 192 km/h)
Top speed

18 liters, range is 200 miles (or 320 km)
Fuel tank size

50 mpg (or 4.7 l/100 km)
Fuel economy

775 mm (30.5 in)
Seat height

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