Start Off On The Right Bike What attracts you to motorcycling? The freedom? The excitement? Getting out in the wind? The economy? The practicality? The style? It s probably all of the above at least it is for most riders. And that s why thousands of riders have picked the Honda Rebel as their first choice. The Rebel offers all the freedom and excitement of a motorcycle, but in a package that s ...
CBR 1000RR The awesome CBR1000RR packs MotoGP technology into a Superbike equally at home on the racetrack as it is on the streets.
Start Off On The Right Bike What attracts you to motorcycling? The freedom? The excitement? Getting out in the wind? The economy? The practicality? The style? It s probably all of the above at least it is for most riders. And that s why thousands of riders have picked the Honda Rebel as their first choice. The Rebel offers all the freedom and excitement of a motorcycle, but in a package that s ...
VTX 1300S Honda's 1800cc VTX changed the world of motorcycle cruisers. Now we've got another bike that's going to rock the boulevard-the 2003 retro-style VTX. Same great look, same great Honda performance, but in a more affordable, all-new 1300cc retro package. It's one mean son of a VTX. Note: California version meets CARB 2004 emissions standards
CB1100 Modern. Classic. Though the CB1100 pays homage to Honda's long line of capable, reliable and fun street bikes, we wouldn't look to the past without looking forward. This is a modern bike for riders that love to ride. Its 1,140 cc, fuel-injected inline four is powerful and smooth, its chassis and suspension are agile and responsive, and it's comfortable around town or on weekend rides. It...
Big Fun. Honda s CBR300R is proof that fun comes in all sizes. This bike delivers a giant dose of it - way out of proportion to its engine size. Whether this is your first bike or you have a garage full of them, the CBR300R is a blast to ride. Its single-cylinder engine provides a wide torque spread that performs well in-town or on the freeway, and offers excellent fuel efficiency. Plus, its na...
Shadow Aero (VT750C) Highway crashbars, pegs, Windshield, Luggage Rack, Tool bags, Passenger backrest, Sedici Saddle Bags Full-sized looks and 750 cc performance without the full-sized price tag. Sound like a stretch? Not when you re talking about the Honda Shadow Aero . Stunning is one way to describe its long, low, retro styling simply drenched in chrome from tip to tail and boasting classic ...
CTX 700N DCT ABS (CTX700ND) A Great Bike, Pure and Simple. Motorcycles, especially cruisers, have always been about individuality. But a lot of today s cruisers end up looking like they all came from the same mold. Not the CTX series from Honda we took the best parts of the cruiser idiom (laid-back seating, forward-set pegs, torque-rich twin-cylinder engine that you don t have to rev for power)...
VTX 1300C Cast wheels, dual exhaust with shorty pipes, a tank-mounted speedometer and street-rod looks are what define the incomparable style of Honda's VTX1300C, while a beefy, 1,312 cc V-twin is what defines its soul. Choose between lustrous Black, Dark Red, Pearl White or Pearl Blue paint schemes, capped by gleaming, fender-to-fender chrome, and you'll know what it's like to be the center of...
Shadow Sabre (VT1100C2) The Shadow Sabre is the perfect bike to get you to places you've only dreamed of cruising. From its 1,099 cc, 45-degree V-twin pumps serious power and the kind of torque everyone wants in a big cruiser. And when it comes to styling details, with its combination of brilliant chrome and scintillating paint schemes, the Sabre is flat-out stunning. California version differs...
CBR 600RR Like the bigger CBR 1000RR, the CBR 600RR is proof of how good a sportbike can be. On the track or street, there s simply no better 600-class bike, as back-to-back AMA FX titles and "Best Middleweight Supersport" crowns from industry experts attest. Weight, performance, horsepower, handling this MotoGP-bred machine is packed with the features that set Hondas apart.
CBR 1000RR The awesome CBR1000RR packs MotoGP technology into a Superbike equally at home on the racetrack as it is on the streets.