There are few bikes that elicit more smiles for both riders and sidewalk-bound observers than the 2017 Honda Grom.
For riders who do not need a large-capacity motorcycle to tour the country or commute to work, the Honda CTX700 DCT stands alone with its auto transmission.
The 2017 Honda Gold Wing is a full-dressed tourer that has not succumbed to the temptation of adding every electronic gadget and gizmo.
More than simply a dual sport motorcycle, the 2017 Honda CRF250L is also a great commuter bike and urban exploring 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.
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.
Following a two-year hiatus, the CB1100 returns as the 2017 Honda CB1100 EX. The bike combines retro elements—an air-cooled motor, 18-inch wheels, and twin shocks—with the modern performance we expect.
The adventure-ready 2017 Honda Africa Twin CRF1000L comes in two flavors—a manual clutch six speed, plus the high-tech automatic DCT version.
Honda made some significant changes when creating the 2017 Honda CRF250L Rally, and they all point to an improved off-road experience.
A nominal adventure bike, the 2017 Honda VFR1200X is more of a fully upright sport-touring machine that offers plenty of versatility.
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.
What the 2017 Honda Gold Wing lacks in technological flash, it makes up in reliability, comfort, cargo capacity, styling, and outstanding handling.
Combining retro styling with Honda reliability and performance, the Honda Shadow Aero has been largely unchanged for a number of years. The fuel-injected, liquid-cooled, 745cc, 52-degree twin has a SOHC configuration, with three valve heads and two spark plugs per cylinder.
Rough, ready, and back to basics, the Honda Shadow Phantom is available in any color you like, as long as it’s Matte Black Metallic. It shares the same platform and engine as other Shadows, so it stands out with its minimalist styling that is definitely cool metro.
So often a conservative company, Honda does have a rebellious streak--and things don’t get much wilder than the hyper-expensive 2016 Honda RC213V-S. Putting the price into the stratosphere is the fact that the bike is very much last year’s MotoGP bike brought to the street with as few changes as possible.