Unlike other motorcycles in the sport bike category, the 2011 Honda CBR is up to the rigors of everyday driving. Those who spring for the 250 R may find it a bit underwhelming on the race track, although it should offer more than enough excitement for entry-level bikers. Still, it only offers one cylinder, and those with lots of experience may find that it is not up to their performance demands. On the other hand, the 600RR, and 1000RR trims are designed with seasoned veterans in mind. Both offer four cylinders, and match up with the most powerful sports bikes on the market. It should be noted that fuel economy on the higher trims leaves something to be desired, although this is to be expected with bikes that offer such strong performance. Honda compensates for the lower fuel economy with greater fuel capacity, as the 600RR has a fuel capacity of 4.8 gallons, while the 1000RR has 4.5 gallons, both larger than the 3.4 gallons on the 250R. The instrumentation is intuitive and the design manages to be assertive without looking gaudy.