Adventure bikes come in all shapes and sizes. Unlike what has become the norm, especially in the US and Europe, not all adventure bikes are massive, high-performance, long-distance bikes.
By the way, Honda seems to be one of the manufacturers that is working hard to update and improve its ADV lineup. We learned about the upcoming NT1100. It is a sports tourer based on the African twin, as well as the recently revamped Africa Twin adventure sport.
Having moved to South America, specifically Brazil, Big Red has revamped its popular entry-level adventurer, the XRE 300, making him better and more capable than ever. Available in two variants, the XRE Adventure and XRE Rally, this bike connects directly to other two-sports cars such as the Royal Enfield Himalayan and the Yamaha XTZ 250. It’s no surprise that the XRE is the best-selling lightweight ADV in the region. Honda’s latest updates for this adventurer will surely make it even more popular in the market. Let’s take a closer look, shall we?
The bike has a Pro Link rear suspension equipped with a lever for better rear wheel traction on all types of terrain. Other amenities include a passenger grab bar, a comfortable two-seater saddle, and a fully digital instrument cluster.
The Honda XRE 300 draws power from a revised 291.6cc single-cylinder engine. see This bike is equipped with a dual camshaft and is liquid cooled.