Just as the Honda Crossrunner wraps the VFR800 Interceptor's engine, frame and suspension in adventure-style bodywork, the Crosstourer shares its basic foundation with the VFR1200F. The engine, shaft drive, transmission and aluminum-beam frame are virtually identical. A longer-travel, upside-down fork is fitted with conventional front brake calipers, rather than the radial-mounted calipers found on the sport-tourer. Bars are higher and much wider, while the footpegs sit lower and further forward. Not even giants will feel cramped here. New alloy-rimmed wire wheels—led by the de rigueur 19-inch front for a proper off-road stance—complete the visible technical changes.