It may look like a scooter to you, but Honda places the 2018 Honda NM4 in its cruiser category—and with good reason.
After a year off, the Honda CBR650F returns for 2018 with a few updates. There are three big changes, including a Showa front fork.
A compact chassis with a raked out front end and fat front tire, the 2017 Honda Shadow Phantom is an easy-to-ride cruiser.
2016 Honda CRF450X Based on the older CRF450R motocrosser, the 2016 Honda CRF450X has an off-road racing pedigree of its own. A strong choice for...
2015 Honda CRF230F With full size wheels that allow using the best tires available, and a reasonable seat height of 34.6 inches, the 2016 Honda...
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.
Honda made some significant changes when creating the 2017 Honda CRF250L Rally, and they all point to an improved off-road experience.
More than simply a dual sport motorcycle, the 2017 Honda CRF250L is also a great commuter bike and urban exploring machine.
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.
Although not really an adventure bike—it sports 17-inch wheels and street tires at both ends—the 2017 Honda CB500X has the look of an adventure machine.
Although the Honda NC700X looks the part of an adventure bike, it's very much a street bike with its 17-inch wheels and limited suspensions travel.
2016 Honda Gold Wing | Motorcycle Buyer's Guide There are few motorcycles more celebrated and sophisticated than the Gold Wing. The gold standard in luxury...
For riders who do not need a large-capacity motorcycle, and like the convenience of an automatic transmission, the 2017 Honda CTX700 DCT stands alone.
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.
For sport riders who liked the Honda CBR650F but wanted something naked, the 2018 Honda CB650F shows itself off in all its glory.