Honda has officially released its Crosstourer adventure bike, and the production version looks nearly identical to the concept that debuted at the 2010 Milan Show. Essentially a rebodied VFR1200F perched on long-travel suspension and 19-inch front/17-inch rear wire-spoked wheels, the Crosstourer maintains the same twin-spar aluminum frame and single-sided, shaft-drive swingarm. Power comes from a retuned version of the 1237cc V4, offered with optional auto-shift DCT, switchable traction control and combined ABS. Tourists of all types will appreciate the more supportive saddle and larger, 5.7-gallon fuel tank—two points of VFR criticism. A full selection of off-roadish options are available, though a claimed 630-lb. curb weight will keep all but the most adventurous riders on the pavement. Big-bore trailies are best-sellers for BMW and Ducati in America, which makes the decision not to offer the Crosstourer to U.S. buyers puzzling.