The Honda CBR600 is one of the most popular sport bikes in the world. And there is no wonder why, because is reliable to the core, strong and fairly agile.
The 2013 Honda CBR600RRA is a slightly sportier version of the standard model and comes with improved engine performances and aerodynamics as well as a better handling.
Talking about aerodynamics, it is worthy of being mentioned that the Honda CBR600RRA features a fresh bodywork that reduces drag by 6.5 percent.
You also get a new Showa Big Piston fully adjustable fork that is paired with a new aluminum frame and a lighter swingarm. Needless to say, that all these features improve the motorcycle’s handling and cornering abilities.
The motorcycle’s center piece is a liquid-cooled, inline-four, 599 cc engine which comes with revised settings for the Programmed Dual Stage Fuel Injection (PGM-DSFI) system.
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Almost 30 years ago, Honda started its adventure in the cruiser segment and since then its models became more and more popular. Today, the popularity of Honda’s cruisers has grown so much that its models are considered among the best in the segment.
One of the newest models presented by the Japanese manufacturer is the 2013 Honda VT750C Phantom. The motorcycle is a pretty imposing cruiser that draws inspiration from the old legends and is powered by a modern liquid-cooled, 52-degree, V-twin engine with a displacement of 745 cc. The engine features Honda’s PGM-FI electronic fuel injection system, three-valve cylinder heads and dual-sparkplug combustion chambers. Its power is sent to the ground through a wide-ratio five speed transmission.
To make you feel comfortable even when you need to deal with unpaved roads, Honda equipped its Phantom with dual rear shocks with adjustable spring preload and a 41 mm front fork.
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The Honda VT750CA Aero is a popular cruiser designed with comfort and practicality in mind. Like any respectable cruiser the Honda VT750CA Aero rewards its rider with a comfortable saddle and an ergonomically designed handlebar.
The Honda VT750CA Aero is powered by a 745 cc, liquid cooled, V-twin engine with Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI). The engine features a three-valve cylinder-head design that utilizes two spark plugs per cylinder for improved combustion efficiency and high power output. The engine is brought to life by an electric starter and is mated on a wide-ratio five speed transmission.
The 745 cc unit is mounted on an innovative frame that features a large steel tube backbone reaching back from strong cast steering head to the rear of the engine case.
The Honda VT750CA Aero is offered with a starting price of $ 8,249.
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The Honda VT1300CXA Fury can be instantly recognized after its custom chopper look. The most notable design cues are the elongated, aerodynamic fuel tank, the old school headlight and the long front fork.
The motorcycle is propelled by a big 1,312 cc, liquid-cooled, 52-degree, V-twin engine that rewards you with a strong low-end and midrange torque. The engine cranks out 74 hp at 5000 rpm and its power is kept in leash by a five speed transmission.
The stopping power is assured by a Honda’s Combined Braking System with ABS - a strong combination that delivers first class performances.
The bike has also received an ingenious single-shock rear suspension with adjustable rebound damping and five-position spring preload adjustment that offers a comfortable ride.
As far as price is concerned, the Honda VT1300CXA Fury can be yours for not less than $13,999.
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What you notice first about the Honda VT1300CRA Stateline is its dramatic styling — part Fury and part classic roadster, complete with seductively flared fenders and beefy front and rear tires. And the Stateline’s bold presence reflects its big appetite for taking you on big adventures, thanks to its roomy, stretched out seating position and its brawny 1,312 cc fuel-injected V-twin engine. Quiet, clean shaft drive, Combined Braking System with ABS, sure road-holding and compliant (...) > Full story
Honda’s CBR series has a long history behind it. Thankfully this sporty lineup of motorcycles proved to be a success for Honda and there is no wonder why, as each model is reliable, modern and agile.
One of them is the CBR250R model, a compact sport motorcycle designed for those who are starting to learn the secrets of sporty motorcycles.
The Honda CBR250R has a lot to love. For the starters it comes with an attractive design language, a comfortable riding position and last but not least, is light as a feather. Not to mention about the modern 249.6cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder four-stroke engine that features PGM-Fi induction.
The motorcycle’s speed is kept in check by front and rear hydraulic discs which offer an excellent stopping power and brake feel.
The Honda CBR250R is offered with a starting price of $4,199.
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Tough, agile and reliable, the 2013 Honda Big Red is ready to tackle anything you throw at it. At the heart of this reliable workhorse lies a strong 675 cc, liquid cooled, OHV, single cylinder, four stroke engine which sends its power to the ground through an automotive-style transmission with hydraulic torque converter. It is also worthy of being mentioned that there are three drive modes available namely 2WD, 4WD, and 4WD with all-wheel differential lock.
To help you go over any type of terrain with ease, Honda equipped its Big Red MUV with specially designed 25 x 10-12 Maxxis Big Horn front and rear tires. You also get a set of capable suspensions which include front and rear independent double-wishbone configurations (5.9-inch of wheel travel up front and 7.1-inch of wheel travel out back with adjustable preload).
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Meet the Honda Shadow RS a slightly modified version of the standard Shadow. The most important modifications include the higher-set footpegs and shorter, more upright bars. Moreover, the Shadow RS features a slightly modified fuel tank and a flatter seat. The motorcycle has also received higher pegs which improve ground clearance when cornering.
At the heart of them Shadow RS lies the same 745cc liquid-cooled 52 degree V-twin with PGM-FI induction. The engine is mated on a wide-ratio five-speed transmission which feels similarly comfortable both in the city or on the highway. It is also worthy of being mentioned that the engine is fed by a pretty generous 2.6 gallons fuel tank (including 0.7-gallon reserve).
The stopping power is assured by a front single 296mm disc with twin-piston caliper paired with a rear drum brake.
The Honda Shadow RS is offered with a starting price of $8,240.
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The Honda Shadow Phantom is certainly the best Shadow in Honda’s lineup. The basic Shadow was already a tasty looking motorcycle, but the Phantom comes with a series of design improvements which make it truly stunning.
We especially like the blacked-out 745cc V-twin engine and black rims sporting matte silver highlights. Not to mention about the dual exhaust pipes that not only look great but also sound similarly great.
Needless to say that the motorcycle was designed with comfort in mind, so the low seat height, the lean back handlebar and the perfectly placed foot rests are working together to reward you with a relaxed riding position.
The ride is kept in check by a 41mm fork (4.6 inches travel) paired with rear dual shocks with five-position spring-preload adjustability (3.5 inches travel).
The Honda Shadow Phantom is offered with a starting price of $8240.
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It is said that “classic never gets old” and this quote is absolutely true when it comes to motorcycles. Thereby, Honda is looking many times back to the past when it starts to design a new motorcycle and the end result is almost every time a small work of art.
The same thing is true for the Honda Shadow Aero, which is a classic cruiser that offers a perfect combination between the old school style and the modern design trends. The most notable design cues are the spoked wheels, full fenders and the long, chromed mufflers. We also like the “lean back” handlebars and the shiny case of the headlight.
When it comes to power, the Honda Shadow Aero is equipped with a 745cc V-twin, 52 degrees V-twin engine specially tuned for low-revving torque. The engine’s power is kept in leash by a wide-ratio five-speed transmission that is perfectly suited for both low and high speeds.
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