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2014 Honda VFR800 Interceptor—Road Test

2014 Honda VFR800 interceptor

Mark Tuttle
June 30, 2014

While it’s still immediately recognizable as an Interceptor, the 2014 model is thoroughly revised and updated, from the new LED headlight and fairing, down to the new wheels, and back to the single muffler and LED taillight with integrated turn signals. (Photos by Kevin Wing) Honda has unleashed so... Read more »

Honda Unveils 2015 CBR300R

2015 Honda CBR300R in Black

Rider Magazine Staff
June 3, 2014

  2015 Honda CBR300R in Red   2015 Honda CBR300R in Matte Black/Metallic Yellow Honda has added another bike to its 2015 lineup and upped the ante in its small-displacement sportbike battle with Kawasaki. Compared to the 2014 Honda CBR250R single, the new 2015 CBR300R has a longer stroke of... Read more »

2014 Honda CTX1300 Deluxe: Road Test

Honda’s all-new CTX1300 Deluxe

Greg Drevenstedt
May 9, 2014

Framed by a Pacific sunset, Honda’s all-new CTX1300 Deluxe cuts a unique profile, long and low with more curves than sharp edges. With a low seat and midmount controls, you sit down in the bike like a cruiser. (Photos by Kevin Wing) Honda, like all motorcycle manufacturers, classifies its models into... Read more »

Comparo: 2014 Honda Gold Wing F6B vs. Kawasaki Vulcan Vaquero ABS SE

F6B and Vaquero

Bill Stermer
May 6, 2014

The F6B’s lower center of mass (right) gives it an advantage relative to the Vaquero in the twisties. One of the newest trends in motorcycling is the emergence of tourers, a.k.a. baggers, as the dominant individual street bike category. Riders are discovering that it’s a real plus if your bike not... Read more »

2014 Honda Gold Wing F6B—Review

Honda F6B’s lower handlebar and rearward-placed pegs give it a slightly sportier seating position.

Bill Stermer
May 6, 2014

Honda F6B’s lower handlebar and rearward-placed pegs give it a slightly sportier seating position. (Photos by Kevin Wing) It’s a great idea. Start with a bike that is well proven as a tourer, then strip off weight, complication and expense. To create the F6B, Honda began with its Gold Wing dresser... Read more »

Retrospective: Honda CB1000: 1994-1996

1994 Honda CB1000

Clement Salvadori
May 2, 2014

Year/Model: 1994 Honda CB1000; Owner: Duncan Smith, Providence, Rhode Island. Take a casual glance at the motorcycle in the picture and one might mistake it for Honda’s latest retro-bike, the CB1100. Nope, we’re going back 20 years to what Honda was advertising as a “standard”—a street bike... Read more »

2014 Honda Valkyrie—Rider Test

2014 Honda Valkyrie

Mark Tuttle
April 25, 2014

Long, low and stripped of excess, the new Valkyrie wears a bare-knuckles style all its own. Much of the chrome and silver is blacked-out on the Blue Metalic bike. (Photos by Kevin Wing) As many Gold Wing and F6B riders know, a motorcycle with Honda’s GL1800 flat six at its heart can be ridden smoothly... Read more »

Honda VFR750F Interceptor: 1986; VFR750F: 1990-1997

1986 VFR750F Interceptor

Clement Salvadori
April 3, 2014

Year/Model: 1986 VFR750F Interceptor; Owner: John Tucker, San Luis Obispo, California. (Photos by Clement Salvadori) The motorcycling world was immensely impressed when Soichiro Honda introduced the CB750 in-line four in 1969, but by 1980 the copycats had relegated the concept to the initials UJM—Universal... Read more »

Honda Releases First 2015 Models

2015 Honda NM4

Rider Magazine Staff
April 1, 2014

Honda’s first release of new and returning models for 2015 includes the futuristic NM4 and PCX150 scooter. Here’s what Honda has to say about these machines. 2015 Honda NM4 NM4 If you’ve ever wanted to transport yourself into the future, this is your machine. By design, the NM4 shakes up the status... Read more »

2014 Honda Gold Wing Valkyrie First Look Review

2014 Honda Gold Wing Valkyrie

Greg Drevenstedt
November 20, 2013

The 2014 Honda Gold Wing Valkyrie has more modern styling than the traditional cruiser look of its predecessor. Instead of a single large radiator in front of the engine, twin rads were left on the sides (as on the Gold Wing) to help keep the bike’s wheelbase shorter and improve handling. Eight... Read more »

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