Often regarded as the CBF1000 Mk.II, this heavily revised version of the original CBF1000A from 2006, probably represents one of Honda's worse advertised success stories since its introduction in 2010.
Started off as one of Honda's 'Naked Bike' family and more recently upgraded to 'Street Bike' status with the added option of lower fairings and full luggage,
the CBF1000F is pretty much the perfect all-rounder and particularly good as a mile-eating tourer, but now beginning to show its age against newer bikes loaded with adjustable dynamic suspension, switchable power outputs and advanced anti-lock braking options.
No evidence recently that it's still in production since 2012, so should be assumed to be a model on its way out. More's the pity as Honda currently have nothing in their stable in the one litre class that can take over the mantle.