2021 NC750x purchased yet?

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For anyone who’s curious, the 2021 owner’s manual is now available on American Honda’s website:

Thanks Rev!!
I sent close to 2 hours skimming and reading and this is a modern motorcycle and should serve well. Only issue I found was the tires listed are 90/10 tires and it would be nice to have 70/30 tires but it won't take long to determine how the stock tires will work out in dirt/gravel. Although lots of these bikes will never venture off the hard pavement so that was a good choice for Honda to make...nothing I can't fix. Nice job HONDA!!
 

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Thanks Rev!!
I sent close to 2 hours skimming and reading and this is a modern motorcycle and should serve well. Only issue I found was the tires listed are 90/10 tires and it would be nice to have 70/30 tires but it won't take long to determine how the stock tires will work out in dirt/gravel. Although lots of these bikes will never venture off the hard pavement so that was a good choice for Honda to make...nothing I can't fix. Nice job HONDA!!
Thank you, lowrider, for checking out this owner's manual.
Sure, I am certain that the stock tires most likely are 90/10. My wife will most likely put not more than 500 miles on the stock highway tires riding around town before mounting the TKC80 front and TKC70 Rocks that we already purchased. Our frequent rides involve 150 miles of highway and 1 to 2 miles of slippery mud. I have said it in the past, but riders who are not greatly experienced in mud and slippery conditions would be best served mounting tires for the most slippery road they will realistically encounter, rather than learning the hard way how to ride highway tires in the mud. After my wife spends a few years riding our frequently encountered muddy roads on TKC 80 tires, then she may go back to the original highway biased tires to re-practice her mud skills on highway tires.
 
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Really wish American Honda would release the 2021 accessory catalog already, particularly given that the first round of new bikes should (in theory) be arriving end of May / early June. Hopefully it won’t be much longer.

That said, I did find accessory listings on a UK dealer’s website for anyone who’s curious like me:


Adventure Pack
  • USB Charger
  • Front Side Pipes
  • Foot Deflector
  • Heated Grips
  • Fog Lights Attachment
  • Front LED Fog Lights
Travel Pack
  • Rear Carrier
  • Pannier Support Stay
  • Pannier Case Set
  • 50L Top Box
  • 2x Pannier Panel
  • Top Box Panel
  • 3x Cylinder Inner
  • Main stand
  • High screen
Urban Pack
  • 50L manual top box
  • Aluminium panel for 50L top box
  • Key system inner cylinder
  • Rear carrier
  • High wine screen
  • Main stand
There appears to be a 38L top box available as well. I would also assume that all of these accessories can be purchased separately, and not just in packs.
 

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Really wish American Honda would release the 2021 accessory catalog already, particularly given that the first round of new bikes should (in theory) be arriving end of May / early June. Hopefully it won’t be much longer.

That said, I did find accessory listings on a UK dealer’s website for anyone who’s curious like me:


Adventure Pack
  • USB Charger
  • Front Side Pipes
  • Foot Deflector
  • Heated Grips
  • Fog Lights Attachment
  • Front LED Fog Lights
Travel Pack
  • Rear Carrier
  • Pannier Support Stay
  • Pannier Case Set
  • 50L Top Box
  • 2x Pannier Panel
  • Top Box Panel
  • 3x Cylinder Inner
  • Main stand
  • High screen
Urban Pack
  • 50L manual top box
  • Aluminium panel for 50L top box
  • Key system inner cylinder
  • Rear carrier
  • High wine screen
  • Main stand
There appears to be a 38L top box available as well. I would also assume that all of these accessories can be purchased separately, and not just in packs.
Don’t expect all European accessories to be available in the US. I remember there was an alternate, cool looking OEM accessory topcase that was offered in Europe for earlier NC models, but it was never sold in the States.
 

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Thank you, lowrider, for checking out this owner's manual.
Sure, I am certain that the stock tires most likely are 90/10. My wife will most likely put not more than 500 miles on the stock highway tires riding around town before mounting the TKC80 front and TKC70 Rocks that we already purchased. Our frequent rides involve 150 miles of highway and 1 to 2 miles of slippery mud. I have said it in the past, but riders who are not greatly experienced in mud and slippery conditions would be best served mounting tires for the most slippery road they will realistically encounter, rather than learning the hard way how to ride highway tires in the mud. After my wife spends a few years riding our frequently encountered muddy roads on TKC 80 tires, then she may go back to the original highway biased tires to re-practice her mud skills on highway tires.
Most welcome Mud!!

I'm taking my Bandit 1250 down tomorrow to ride the St Joe River roadway...mostly hard pavement and just a bit of gravel. It gets a little swishy in loose stuff mostly when I'm in too low a gear. Easy throttle in 3rd is best and it has 90/10 keeps the rear from breaking loose but almost 100 hp breaks loose much easier than my DRZ 400...just don't feel like riding that a couple hundred miles to get 10 miles of gravel. Life is full of compromises.
 
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