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With its astounding concept bike looks, long-and-low proportions, high-styled 17" wheels and powerful V-twin engine, Honda’s new DN-01 is most certainly a motorcycle. One that provides all the exhilarating riding enjoyment one would expect from the finest of its breed. But… no clutch. Instead, the DN-01 introduces to motorcycling the most advanced fully automatic transmission ever developed for any two-wheeled vehicle. One that provides all the strong power and acceleration one associates with ‘real’ motorcycle manual transmissions. One that frees its rider from the distracting complications of a manual transmission and opens the door to a new world of complete motorcycle riding enjoyment.
When the DN-01 first debuted at the 2005 Tokyo Motor Show, many thought it to be just another interesting Concept Bike design exercise that would disappear and be promptly forgotten like so many others before it. Its promise of strong performance delivered through an ‘infinitely variable HFT transmission’ seemed like another wild claim, like those often heard to describe automotive concept machines that never see the light of day. Little did people know that the DN-01’s long years of research and development would soon see fruition in a bold new production model which would carry all the styling impact and technological advancements of its initial concept, and still deliver on its promise of unparalleled riding ease and enjoyment. As its name implies, the new DN-01 is the very first of a unique breed of ‘Dream New’ motorcycles that will soon be blazing new trails to the future of two-wheeled riding ease and exhilaration that anybody can enjoy.
When Honda’s team of development engineers set out to create an entirely new category of motorcycle, they sought to combine elements of swift sportbike performance, relaxed custom cruiser riding comfort and the delightful operating ease of a big twist-and-go scooter. The plan also included such modern necessities as environmentally friendly emissions levels and the most up-to-date security and riding safety technologies for the ultimate in advanced motorcycle performance and riding enjoyment.
One of the first criteria for this new breed of motorcycle was to create a new sense of value that could be easily seen in its dynamic design, and experienced in its ride and performance. Thus, the new machine’s proudly urbane Performance Cruiser looks were formulated based on the initial concepts of “Relaxing and Cool,” “Individualistic” and “Sophisticated High Quality,” which guided every aspect of its design. Eye-catching, organically styled bodywork was drawn up to create a unique, never-before-seen form that exudes excitement and makes one want to ride. The feel of the new machine should also strongly emphasise all that a motorcycle can be, and what only a motorcycle can offer: an outstanding sense of comfort and stability that instantly appeals to riders of all ranges of experience; a secure feeling of control enhanced by its low seat and firm knee grip, which provides a unified sensation of rider/ machine integration; and a confident feeling of responsive power, handing and control that contributes to overall riding enjoyment.
Next, operation must be easy for all, and relaxing in every way, with light-handling manoeuvrability and no distractions from the intimate pleasure of gliding down the road and around the bends. Central to this ultimate riding ease would necessarily be the elimination of the traditional clutch and gear shifter combination that has separated motorcycles from other forms of transportation for generations. No more uncomfortable ‘clunks’ into gear, no missed shifts, no embarrassing stalls, no scuffed shoes and no tired wrists from constant clutch lever operation. Yet, as riding moods change with the landscape, the motorcycle should also be able to adapt accordingly, offering not only smooth and easy twist-and-go operation, but also respond to a livelier pace with sportier performance, or even spontaneous manual shifting when desired.
Central to meeting the development goals for this new concept of riding machine was yet another new concept —of motorcycle power transfer—that Honda has had under steady development for over twenty years: A new, fully automatic transmission designed to provide smooth, infinitely variable power conversion ratios with seamless control, yet able to automatically adjust to varying load conditions with swift, sure response and optimised power output to the rear wheel, maintaining breathtaking acceleration wherever it goes. This epochmaking new development made its debut in the 2005 DN-01 Concept Bike under the name ‘HFT’, or Human- Friendly Transmission. Specially designed to—for the first time ever—bridge the gap between scooter-like operating ease and the crisp, responsive performance associated with a proper motorcycle transmission, HFT gives the new DN-01 breathtaking acceleration coupled with remarkably smooth and easy operation, for revolutionary riding performance to emphatically back up its next-generation styling.
The remarkable new 2008 DN-01 will appear on the avenues and winding roads of Europe offering peerless performance and incomparable riding ease in a distinctly modern and sporty form that invites its riders to rediscover the profound enjoyment of motorcycling on an all-new roadster—or ‘Ridester’—with wide appeal. The future calls, and Honda answers with the DN-01.
Type: Liquid-cooled 4-stroke 8-valve SOHC 52° Vtwin
Bore x Stroke: 81 x 66mm
Compression Ratio: 10 : 1
Idling Speed: 1,200min-1
Oil Capacity: 4.0 litres
Carburation: PGM-FI electronic fuel injection
Throttle Bore: 40mm
Aircleaner: Viscous, cartridge-type mesh net filter
Fuel Tank Capacity: 15.1 litres (including 3-litre LCD-indicated reserve)
Ignition System: Fully transistorised electronic
Battery Capacity: 12V / 12AH
ACG Output: ND
Headlights: 12V, 55W x 2 (low) / 55W x 1 (high)
Clutch: HFT with internal hydraulic control
Clutch Operation: Automatic
Transmission: HFT (Continuously Variable Transmission)
Final Drive: Enclosed shaft
Type: Double-cradle; steel tube
Dimensions (LxWxH): 2,315 x 820 x 1,115mm
Caster Angle: 28° 30’
Seat Height: 690mm
Ground Clearance: 135mm
Front: 41mm telescopic fork, 106mm axle travel
Rear: Single conventional dampers with 7-step adjustable spring preload, 120mm axle travel
Front: Aluminium Castwheel
Rear: Aluminium Castwheel
Front: 17M/C x MT3.50
Rear: 17M/C x MT6.00
Front: 130/70 ZR17M/C (62W)
Rear: 190/50 ZR17M/C (73W)
Front: 296 x 4mm dual hydraulic disc with Combined 3-piston callipers, ABS and sintered metal pads
Rear: 276 x 6mm hydraulic disc with Combined dual-piston calliper, ABS and sintered metal padike HONDA DN-01