VFR1200F - Stylish Sport Touring Motorcycles | Honda UK
Side on, right-facing red Honda VFR1200F.


Technology meets true character

Exclusive Sport Touring technology.

It has everything a rider could wish for: traction control, Combined ABS brakes, optional Dual Clutch Transmission and race-bred technology built into its unique, soul-stirring V4 engine.

Pushing the limits

Experience its strength and power, and you’ll know why it’s the ultimate road-sport machine.

In pursuit of heightened levels of control and feedback, the VFR1200F adopted the latest race-track technologies to become a machine that can be many things to many riders. With a stunning design, 127kW of power, and a fuel range that returns over 180 miles, this unique sport tourer will take you across the continent in style. Safety features such as Combined ABS brakes and 43mm anti-dive front fork give you reassurance and the feeling of total control.

Honda VFR1200F motorbike front-threequarter view with rider. Right-facing (Road Location).

There's more than one

The VFR1200F comes in four versions.

Right facing VFR1200F thumbnail. VFR1200F Legendary smooth V4 performance. £12,999
Right facing VFR1200F thumbnail. VFR1200F DCT Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT) creates a sporty ride with smoother and seamless gear changes. £13,599
VFR1200F GT Honda's range-topping sport touring motorcycle. Comes with 45L colour-matched Top Box, 29L colour-matched panniers set, centre stand, 3-stage heated grips and touring windscreen as standard. £13,999
VFR1200F GT DCT The Dual Clutch Transmission version provides faster, smoother gear changes. Comes with 45L colour-matched Top Box, 29L colour-matched panniers set, centre stand, 3-stage heated grips and touring windscreen as standard. £14,599

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Dual Clutch Transmission

The convenience of effortless and seamless gear changes, without compromising sports performance.

Honda VFR1200F handgrip.

Fingertip control allows you to shift gears with the flick of a switch.

How does it work?

Using two electronically controlled clutches, Honda's innovative Dual Clutch Transmission offers the choice of two automated modes (D-mode for maximum fuel efficiency and S-mode for maximum performance), and a six-speed gear-select manual mode. This gives full rider control via trigger shifters, and is designed to deliver precise acceleration feel, shift response and sporty character that are equal to, or better than that of a conventional manual transmission.

Honda VFR1200F DCT version rear-threequarter view with rider. Right-facing (Location).

Using the triggers, you can swiftly change from automated gear changes to manual as quickly as the road changes.

Honda VFR1200F Front-on view on road with rider.

DCT in sport mode is ideal for pushing on along fast twisty roads.

Fit for purpose

As standard, we think we've pretty much covered everything on the VFR1200F.

But with a host of accessories to choose from, you can fit extra protection, comfort or carrying capacity for any purpose to make your ride even better. All Honda Genuine Accessories are designed alongside the motorcycle, colour matched and as you would expect, a perfect fit.

Close-up of rear side-pannier, shown open.

A refined performer

When you ride it, you'll feel it's in sync with your mind.

Honda VFR1200F side-view, close-up of fairing.

The pure smooth lines of the VFR1200F flow from the tank into fairing.

Rider-friendly display

The sophisticated instrument panel displays a large, sporty analogue rev counter, a digital speedometer, and a LCD display. Information includes fuel consumption, remaining and range of fuel, a clock, ambient temperature, TCS and ABS indicators.

The exclusive tour

With a deep, mirror-finished bodywork, and beautifully engineered, the VFR1200F is an exclusive motorcycle. The optional upgraded DCT system achieves performance equal to, or better than a fully manual bike. Blasting across the continent in automated mode or manual couldn’t be easier.

Honda VFR1200F three-quarter side on view on road with rider. Left facing (Location).

It's all in the ride. Everything comes together out on the open road.

Close-up of instrument panel.

Reflecting the bike's sporting roots, the sporty analogue rev counter is the focal point within the instrument panel.