Honda staked out a surprisingly large display area at EICMA, dominated by a disco-looking hall of mirrors where they displayed the Crosstourer, a new adventure-touring concept based on the 1200cc, V4-powered VFR1200. Shaft drive is retained, as is the auto-shifting dual clutch transmission, but the aluminum beam frame has been mildly reconfigured to accommodate a giant fuel tank and a burly subframe to support a passenger and luggage. Long-travel suspension and 18/19-inch wheel round out the transformation. Though it looks essentially production ready, Honda says the Crosstourer is just a concept. One new bike that will actually see production is the Crossrunner, an imaginative repurposing of the Honda VFR800 engine and chassis to create an ersatz adventure tourer with upright ergonomics and off-road inspired styling. With a chassis, suspension and powertrain that appears virtually unchanged from the Interceptor, however, the Crossrunner looks to have zero off-road capability, furthering the trend of ADV bikes becoming the SUVs of the motorcycle world.