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In recent years ambulance services have made use of motorcycles for rapid deployment of First Responders to accident sites and thus gaining the vital minutes that can make the difference between life and death. This Honda ST1100 was used by the South Central Ambulance Service from 2001 until 2016, mainly in Oxfordshire and Hampshire.
The Honda ST1100 Pan-European was in production from 1989 to 2001. It was designed as a touring bike, ideal for long-distance journeys. Highly regarded by riders, it became a popular choice for emergency service use, serving with Police forces and ambulance services. It was superseded by the ST1300 in 2002.
|Cylinders||double overhead camshaft|
|Output||100bhp at 7500rpm|
|Manufacturer||Honda Motor Co. Ltd|
|Owner||National Motor Museum Trust (Donated by South Central Ambulance Service Trust)|
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