2010 Honda Motorcycles
American Honda Motor Company’s Powersports Division announced today its fourth release of 2010 Honda motorcycle models. The release of these five on-road machines follows the earlier announcements of Honda’s 2010 motorcycle lineup.
Sport Bike Fun
Introduced last season, the FZ6R continues to impress motorcycle journalists as the winner of multiple press tests. With the 2010 FZ6R Yamaha is continuing to define what to expect from an entry level sport bike. That’s why the FZ6R is packed with features that belie its price point; like a torquey 600cc four cylinder engine, fuel injection and a sleek full fairing.
Rossi-Fiat Limited Edition
Moto journalists and consumers agree that once you hear the growl of the Yamaha YZF-R1, it is clear that this motorcycle is unlike anything before. Winning on the World Superbike racing circuit and in the motorcycle press, the Yamaha R1 was chosen for the Ultimate Motorcycling Design Awards for its MotoGP – inspired engine and chassis technology and its luxurious fit and finish.
Honda has just announced a new CBR600RR for 2010. The 2010 motorcycle appears to be an evolution of the 2009 and clearly with bold new graphics. The bike includes some braking performance improvements as well. This is part of American Honda Motor Company’s Powersports Division announced today and is the third new release of 2010 motorcycle models. This on-road motorcycle release follows the earlier announcements of Honda’s 2010 Fury, scooters, dirt bikes and ATVs.
Daytona 200 Champion
Light, powerful and bristling with knowledge gained from years of racing, the YZF-R6 is the most advanced production 600cc motorcycle Yamaha – or anybody else – has ever built. The 2009 AMA Daytona 200 Champion and this year’s best selling supersport, it is no surprise that the YZF-R6 is back for 2010, ready to tackle the track and the street.
For 2010 Honda has just announced a new CBR1000RR. The new 2010 motorcycle includes updated performance improvements as well as new styling cues and graphics. This is part of American Honda Motor Company’s Powersports Division announced today and is the third new release of 2010 motorcycle models. This on-road motorcycle release follows the earlier announcements of Honda’s 2010 Fury, scooters, dirt bikes and ATVs.
Newly improved for 2010, the V Star 1300 Tourer is better than ever. Coming standard with hard leather-wrapped sidebags, passenger backrest and windshield, the touring package is designed from the factory so it’s styled consistently with the bike’s fluid lines.
Following its many motorcycle press awards, the custom chopper-inspired Raider is back for 2010. This motorcycle continues to turn heads anywhere it goes with its raked-out front end, fuel-injected V-twin engine, fat rear tire, aluminum frame, high quality paint and chrome and a fit and finish attention to detail like no other.
Synthetic Leather Bags
Revolution’s Series three new styles of saddlebags feature an even wider range of contemporary, fresh and edgy allure with the recent addition of the Grommetted, the Swooped and the Studded designs. All are available in either hard mount or throwover styles. The exclusive hard mount system fits most cruisers on the market – a big plus for riders.
Custom Cycle Control Systems, Inc. announced today the addition of a revolutionary new product specifically engineered for the softail market…The Simplified Air Suspension system or SAS for short…Now with an improved air intake filter system. This addition to the SAS eliminates the chance of debris or water entering the internal compressor. Softail air suspension units used to be a nightmare until now. The SAS has no compressor to mount, no pressure hoses to run, no fittings to fail…and it is absolute the easiest to install.
has grabbed the holeshot in advance of the 2010 ScorpionExoWear men’s collection. Designed as the ultimate all-rounder, the Sport is tough enough for the track, but equally ready for the road.
Combining the best of both worlds, roadrace-spec 1.2-1.4mm full grain leather construction is further bolstered by ExoTec CE-approved armor at the elbows and shoulders. A back protector compartment padded with temper foam was also incorporated into the design with safety in mind.
As they say, "Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned!" With that imperative in mind, the design team at Scorpion skipped their Summer vacation in order to make sure that the all new women’s Fury jacket and matching Hellina pants were introduced and delivered in advance of the 2010 ScorpionExoWear collection!
Part of the extensive XDR (Xtreme Distance Rider) technical riding gear series, the Fury had to be functional first and foremost, but the style element certainly wasn’t overlooked.