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Honda Rebel 1100 Custom by KIJIMA

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Japanese Custom Culture

Here is an original series "JCC" stands for "Japan Custom Culture" written by Webike Japan. There is no doubt that Japan has one of the best and unique custom parts and its culture in the motorcycle industry, but the language barrier has led to the closure of JDM motorcycle culture to the outside of Japan. Through this JCC contents, we present you one of a kind custom and mods bikes by professional craftmen and enthusiasts who just can't stop loving motorcycle.

KIJIMA's Rebel 1100


After the 250 and 500, Rebel 1100 is the largest displacement model of the Rebel Family. Based on the Africa Twin 2-cylinder engine that produces a great deal of torque from low rpm, and its compact chassis, comparable to that of 250/500, provides good suspension. It has gained popularity as a machine for leisurely city riding and short trips.


KIJIMA has released the "Transcontinental Style" which further enhances the potential of the Rebel 1100 without sacrificing its ease of handling. A fairing kit that provides wind protection, bar handlebars and seat for optimal positioning, and a rear rack for improved load capacity are just a few of the parts that will be available to greatly improve comfort during long tours. As the name suggests, they give riders the traveling power to traverse vast continents.



The FRP fairing kit gives the Rebel 1100 a black shimmering face, more confidence and aggressive. It provides increased comfort at high speed cruising and comes with a mounting bar feature on the inside for attaching a smartphone or other device.


LED fog lamps that expand the illumination range. The necessary brackets, wiring, and switches for installation are included in the package to achieve a natural style that does not look out of place. Installed at the same time is a φ25.4 steel engine guard, the shape of which was determined after repeated verification of the vehicle's condition in the event of a fall. It protects the engine from minor falls, such as a tip over.


The Helmet lock attached with a clamp for φ32 pipe which is made of black finished steel for solid strength. Helmets can be securely locked when parked.


This is a set of left and right bag supports necessary for preventing side bags from being rolled in and for mounting bags neatly. This is an ALL IN ONE type that is integrated with the slide rail so that the bag can be installed with only this set. At the same time, φ19 steel pipe pillion grips are installed. The curved design provides a sense of security when tandem riding and stability when carrying luggage.

Handle & Seat


Compared to the stock handlebar, KIJIMA's is 50 mm higher in the front and 10 mm higher in the upper to provide a more comfortable position.


The seat has been modified to provide better cushioning and a more upright position for smaller riders, and when used with the 50-bar handlebars, it provides a comfortable seat even on long tours.



KIJIMA also replaced the stock tail light with a simple yet cool design. Adding to the beautiful design and riding performance is the luxury feature when riding at night. The design makes the rear end more compact and gives a natural effect even with the stock rear blinkers installed. The LED rear parts are black-edged, so the blacked image continues even when the engine is turned off.




Part Details
Bodyworks KIJIMA Fairing Kit
KIJIMA Engine Guard
KIJIMA Pillion Grip
KIJIMA Rear Rack
Others KIJIMA Helmet Lock
KIJIMA Bag Support
Lights KIJIMA Taillight Kit LED


Even though KJIIMA is not a big name manufacturer as SHOEI, ARAI, YOSHIMURA etc, if you come to the streets of Japan, you may find that 80% of motorcycles have parts from KIJIMA. But why? Maybe you have already guessed it, but KIJIMA mainly do universal parts, from a bolt, to fender eliminators or even exhausts, basically anything you can see on a motorcycle.


KIJIMA brand page




A foreigner who rides in Japan, Japanese call this "Gaijin Rider". Third year in the Webike global team. He feels and shares the real bike life in Japan then presents you how interesting Japanese customs are.