The XL750 Transalp, the ultimate adventure touring legend, has been reborn! We have meticulously crafted this machine to be your ultimate partner on all your adventures, no matter where they may take you. It boasts a rugged and purposeful appearance, free of any unnecessary frills and built with uncompromising toughness. This means that whether you are navigating through the hustle and bustle of the city, embarking on long journeys on the highway, or venturing through endless trails, the sleek and slim mid-section of the XL750 Transalp, paired with its aerodynamic fairing, offers unparalleled wind protection and freedom.
Designed for endurance and true riding comfort for riders, this bike is prepared to take you the extra mile. Whether you're exploring dirt tracks or traversing green lanes, the long-travel Showa suspension system effectively absorbs bumps, while the 21/18-inch front and rear wheels provide a smooth ride over rough terrain. With a seat height of 850mm and a kerb weight of 208kg, the Transalp is easy to handle from walking pace and above, and its relaxed riding position keeps you upright with excellent visibility and natural comfort.
Say hello to robust performance. Boasting 90.5bhp (67.5kW) and 75Nm torque, these figures are undeniably impressive. However, the way the 755cc, 8V parallel twin-cylinder motor delivers this power is what truly stands out. Our proprietary air vortex intake innovation enhances and refines low- and mid-range reactions, while the cylinders employ top-grade Ni-SiC coating to minimise friction – and amplify power at elevated rpm. Four preset riding modes Sport, Standard, Rain, and Gravel accommodate a variety of riding conditions and modify the extent of engine power and braking, alongside Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC).
The Honda Transalp XL750 boasts impressive braking capabilities thanks to its well-designed brake system. Equipped with compact, two-piston calipers that work in conjunction with dual 310mm 'wave' discs, this motorcycle is capable of delivering reliable stopping power when it's needed most. Additionally, the rear 256mm 'wave' disc is operated by a single-piston caliper, providing the rider with precise control and a responsive braking experience. Overall, the braking capabilities of the Honda Transalp XL750 are sure to inspire confidence and keep riders safe on the road.
The Honda Transalp XL750's chassis is designed with both comfort and performance in mind. The steel diamond mainframe, which is 10% lighter than the frame of the CB500X at just 18.3kg, has undergone a major R&D process to reduce the number of reinforcing parts, thinning of the main and down tubes, and optimisation of the upper shock mount and swingarm pivot shape. This has resulted in a platform that is both hugely strong and well-balanced, delivering exceptional feel to the rider across all conditions and geometry set to inspire confident handling agility. The integrated heavy-duty subframe employs high-tension steel pipework for added strength and toughness. Additionally, the rake and trail are set at 27° and 111mm, with a wheelbase of 1560mm. Slow speed U-turns are a breeze thanks to the 42° steering angle and 2.6m minimum turning circle.
ABS Type: 2 channel.
Front: Dual 310mm x 4.5mm ‘wave’ discs with axial mounted, 2 piston calipers.
Rear: Single 256mm x 6.0mm ‘wave’ disc is operated by a single-piston caliper.