The 2022 Honda Rebel 1100: A Real Rebel-Rouser
Who says a Honda Rebel has to be a beginner bike? While it’s true that the smaller-displacement Rebel 300 and Rebel 500 are ideally-suited to newer riders, the Rebel 1100 is a serious bike for serious bikers. And in 2022, that hasn’t changed one bit.
That said, it’s not like Honda Motorcycles has reinvented the wheel here. This is still a Rebel, through-and-through—you get the same rideability, safety features, and smooth power delivery that characterizes the entire Rebel range of bikes (and, to some extent, the most popular cruisers from practically all the Japanese bike makers). This one’s just bigger and badder, featuring a 1084cc parallel twin engine (the same one, incidentally, that’s nestled inside their legendary CRF1100L Africa Twin.
Like the smaller Rebels, the 1100 is basically unchanged for 2022—you get a new color (Pearl Stallion Brown) and a price increase of $100. But the 2021 model didn’t exactly need revamping; with 86 hp and 72 lb-ft of torque (at 7000 and 4250 rpm, respectively), this is a bike that offers plenty of accessible power, even for seasoned riders.
Selectable riding modes, cruise control, ABS, and even a USB charging port all round out the bikes other features—ensuring that it remains an up-to-date entry in Honda’s 2022 motorcycle lineup. If you’re looking for a reliable all-around cruiser bike this year, the Rebel 1100 has got you covered.
The 2022 Honda Rebel 1100 starts at $9,399 USD / $13,199 CAD.
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- Price: $9,399 USD / $13,199 CAD
- Key Features:
- Slipper/assist clutch
- Blacked-out style
- Wide 16” rear tire
- Selectable riding modes
- Cruise control and ABS
- USB charging port
- Engine: 1084cc Unicam® parallel twin engine
- Power: 86 hp
- Torque: 72 lb.-ft
- Curb Weight: 487 lbs. (221 kg)
- Seat Height: 27.5 in (699 mm) at lowest point
2022 Honda Rebel 1100 Specifications