Honda's CBR600 is without doubt one of the most iconic sports bikes of all time, when it first rolled off the production line in 1987 it became the first fully faired Honda to use an inline 4-cylinder engine. Originally the bike was produced in only one variation: The Honda CBR600-F (The F standing for Four as in Four Cylinders), but since then has come as the CBR600-FS (Four Sport) and more recently the even sharper and track focused CBR600-RR. Compared to the original, the latest CBR600 has a 35bhp increase in power and weighs 45kg less, making it truly capable of speeds up to 170mph. Honda's middleweight, supersports bike of today is lighter, faster and better than ever.