As its CRF1100L name suggests, the 2020 bike’s engine is larger than the existing CFR1000L’s parallel twin. In fact, it’s a 1,084cc unit, 86cc more in displacement than the current model. While the extra capacity does give the bike a power hike, rising from 94 hp to 101 hp, it’s clear Honda still isn’t trying to get involved in the battle for out-and-out performance supremacy. BMW’s 134-hp R 1250 GS is still far ahead on that front, not to mention the 158-hp Ducati Multistrada 1260. Instead the 2020 Africa Twin’s slight boost serves merely to put some air between it and the upcoming batch of smaller parallel-twin adventure bikes: Both BMW’s F 850 GS and KTM’s 790 Adventure already claim 95 hp, matching the existing 998cc Africa Twin despite its capacity advantage.