Catch Honda’s bike-focused Civic concept car at the London Bike Show

Popular bike friendly concept to be shown for the first time in the UK

Honda’s Civic Tourer Active Life concept car got plenty of BikeRadar readers excited when it was first announced back in September last year. Now, visitors to this year’s London Bike Show will get a chance to get up close and personal with the bike-friendly estate in its debut appearance before the UK public.


Based on Honda’s existing Civic Tourer diesel, a car capable of a genuine 100mpg (2.82l/km), the concept ditches passenger seats and uses a unique central fuel tank to create a layout that allows for secure and well organised storage of two bikes plus plenty of other clever, cycle-focused integrations. For more on this Civic Tourer concept have a read of our original article.

Honda, if you’re listening, just hurry up and make it already..: honda, if you’re listening, just hurry up and make it already..

Honda, if you’re listening, just hurry up and make it already…

Honda (UK) is the headline sponsor for the Triathlon Show, sister show to the London Bike Show. Both shows run simultaneously at ExCel London from 11-14 February 2016.

As well as debuting the Civic Tourer Active Life Concept, Honda will also display its entire line-up of new cars along with a unique opportunity to try out certain models on a test drive track facility on site.

Phil Crossman, Managing Director for Honda (UK) comments: “This amazing Concept takes the Civic Tourer’s already incredible practicality and versatility to another level, with several extremely clever solutions to make the very most of its tardis-like interior space. While just a design study with no plans for mass production at this stage, it does go to show how our cars are ideal for customers with an active lifestyle, and we’re looking forward to hearing what visitors to the show think of it.”

Discount for BikeRadar readers

More than 300 bike brands will exhibit at this year’s London Bike Show, with stands and other attractions to interest everyone with an interest in bikes.

Adult tickets cost £15, with concession tickets at £9, and children under eight going free. A ticket gets you entry to three other events that are running simultaneously: the Triathlon Show London, The Telegraph Outdoor Adventure & Travel Show, and the London International Dive Show (Saturday & Sunday only).


We’ve got a 10% discount off advanced adult tickets – just enter the code ‘BR1620’ when registering at the London Bike Show website.