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2014 Honda Gold Wing Valkyrie

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The 2014 Honda Gold Wing Valkyrie is a modern cruiser that has all it needs to be considered one of the best models in its class.

Its sporty fenders, the unique fuel tank design, the fat exhaust pipes and the stylish fairing are all working together to form a very special visual effect. Perhaps it goes without saying that once on board, you’ll get a fairly relaxed riding position and great ergonomics.

The motorcycle is propelled by an 1832cc, liquid-cooled, horizontally opposed six-cylinder, SOHC engine with PGM-FI. The engine transfers its power to the rear wheel through a five speed transmission and is fueled by a 6.1 gallons fuel tank.

To enhance the motorcycle’s performances, the Valkyrie’s engine is mounted low into the aluminum twin-spar frame, thus keeping the center of gravity to as low as possible.

Hit the jump for more information on the 2014 Honda Gold Wing Valkyrie.

Overview

Honda Gold Wing Valkyrie

The All-New Honda Gold Wing Valkyrie: Legendary Power Groundbreaking Style

Here’s the formula: Take Honda’s legendary 1832cc flat six and build it into the ultimate cruiser—powerful, awe-inspiring and like no other. Now add in great handling and iconic style, and you’ll see why it’s the cruiser that only Honda could build.

1832cc Engine

Honda Gold Wing Valkyrie

There’s no denying it—the Valkyrie is all about its engine. And with an engine this big, you’ve got smooth power everywhere. Stoplight-to-stoplight acceleration? Passing power? Loads of torque? The Valkyrie has it all and then some.

Slash-Cut Muffler

Honda Gold Wing Valkyrie

The Valkyrie’s dual three-into-one exhausts with slash-cut mufflers look great, but they sound even better.

Customizable Seating

Honda Gold Wing Valkyrie

The Valkyrie’s two-piece seat allows you to customize your look if you’re riding solo. The stylish tail section incorporates removable aluminum passenger grabrails for a streamlined look.

Low Center of Gravity

Honda Gold Wing Valkyrie

How low can you go? The Valkyrie’s engine is mounted low into its aluminum twin-spar frame, which makes this a dream machine to ride; its low seat height makes it one of our most comfortable bikes, too.

LED Lighting

Honda Gold Wing Valkyrie

The LED headlight, taillight and turn signals give the Valkyrie a modern, super-clean look and provide fantastic illumination as well. Style and function—that’s what the Valkyrie is all about.

Pro Arm Single-Sided Swingarm

Honda Gold Wing Valkyrie

A high-performance motorcycle like this one requires a technologically advanced suspension. The Valkyrie features a rear Pro Arm single-side swingarm with an adjustable Pro-Link single shock.

10-Spoke Cast-Aluminum Wheels

Honda Gold Wing Valkyrie

Strong, lightweight (thanks to the hollow-spoke design) and super stylish, the Valkyrie’s wheels make a big statement and are an integral part of this bike’s great handling.

Optional ABS

Honda Gold Wing Valkyrie

Designed to help you make safe stops in compromised conditions, Honda’s proven Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) is a perfect addition to your bike when you’re riding in a less-than-perfect world.

Specifications

Engine TypeLiquid-cooled horizontally opposed six-cylinder
Displacement1832cc
Bore and Stroke74mm x 71mm
Compression Ratio9.8:1
Valve TrainSOHC; two valves per cylinder
InductionPGM-FI, Programmed Fuel Injection
IgnitionComputer-controlled digital with 3-D mapping
TransmissionFive-speed
Final DriveShaft
Rake (Caster Angle)29° 50’
Trail114mm (4.5 inches)
Wheelbase67.2 inches
Seat Height28.8 inches
Curb Weight750 pounds. Includes all standard equipment, required fluids and a full tank of fuel—ready to ride
Fuel Capacity6.1 gallons
Estimated Fuel EconomyTBD
EmissionsMeets current EPA standards. Models sold in California meet current CARB standards and may differ slightly due to emissions equipment.
Available ColorsBlue Metallic, Black, Dark Red Metallic
Factory WarrantyThree Years, Transferable unlimited-mileage limited warranty; extended coverage available with a Honda Protection Plan


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