Can you ride the Honda CBR300R on an A2 license?

Yes, you can ride the Honda CBR300R (2014 onwards) on an A2 motorbike license.

Honda CBR300R (2014 onwards) motorcycle
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Honda CBR300R (2014 onwards)

On paper it sounds worthy at best – in reality it’s a blast.

The Honda CBR300R is an A2-friendly bike that replaced the Honda CBR250R. The CBR300R holds its own in traffic, offering plenty of torque for such a small, light bike.

A small-capacity bike, the CBR300R is very lightweight, offers great handling and is amazingly easy to ride. Thus, making it ideal for new A2 bike riders and commuting.

Thanks to its efficient 285cc single-cylinder engine, the Honda CBR300R will easily return 62 mpg and will cost you only £43 in road tax. On top of this, being a Honda, you can expect top-end reliability and build quality.

The CBR300R offers plenty of fun. Don’t be put off by the single-cylinder engine – this bike does NOT disappoint!

Read on for Honda CBR300R specs, insurance quotes and reviews.


Specs for the Honda CBR300R (2014 onwards) motorbike.

Power to weight0.14 kW/kg
Top speed104 mph
Engine size285 cc
Power output23 kW
Power output30.5 bhp
Fuel tank size13 litres
Fuel tank range177 miles
Average fuel consumption62 mpg
Weight164 kg
Engine configurationSingle cylinder
Stroke4 stroke
Torque output19.9 lb/ft
Seat height785 mm
Annual road tax£44
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