2020 Honda Monkey With a look straight from the 1969 Honda Mini Trail 50, one could be forgiven for dismissing the diminutive motorcycle as an...
The latest version of the Cub—the 2020 Honda Super Cub C125 ABS—builds on the history of the form, adding helpful features such as EFI and a front disc brake with ABS.
Riders looking for an unusual cruiser with the look of a radical chopper at a price just a bit over $10k, the 2019 Honda Fury is ready to go.
2019 Honda Grom With a name like Grom, you know that this modern-styled tiny motorcycle is going to be fun - and it is. With...
In hip downtown areas and places such as universities, the 2019 Honda Metropolitan is perfect for personal mobility. Here's a buyer's guide.
You’re going to find a lot to like about the 2018 Honda Grom: it’s easy to ride, barely uses any gas, and you can park it just about anywhere.
For sport riders who liked the Honda CBR650F but wanted something naked, the 2018 Honda CB650F shows itself off in all its glory.
After a year off, the Honda CBR650F returns for 2018 with a few updates. There are three big changes, including a Showa front fork.
It may look like a scooter to you, but Honda places the 2018 Honda NM4 in its cruiser category—and with good reason.
A compact chassis with a raked out front end and fat front tire, the 2017 Honda Shadow Phantom is an easy-to-ride cruiser.
Simple and to the point, the 2017 Honda CB300F is stripped down to the basics of what a city and sport motorcycle needs to be.
Whether it’s a first motorcycle, a step-up bike for a 300 rider, or a mount for a returning motorcyclist, the Honda CB500F is an outstanding naked upright sportbike.
The 2017 Honda CBR300R gives you the styling and protection of a full fairing, along with the economical operating costs of a single-cylinder four-stroke.
The 2017 Honda Fury is not what you expect a chopper to be, yet it continues to thrive in the market with its 71-inch wheelbase and 52-degree V-twin.
The 2017 Honda CBR500R is a member of the CBR family, but it only has one R after the 500. That means it's more relaxed than its RR brothers.