A new model and confirmation of two returning sport bike models for the American motorcycle market may have Honda fans excited.
A few weeks ago, Clutch and Chrome reported on a marketing effort by Honda aimed at younger riders or even the ‘hipper’ would-be bikers.
The humble motorcycle takes a leading role in a highly-anticipated science-fiction movie, ‘Ghost in the Shell’ riding into theaters March 31st. Helping with the close up, Honda's NM4.
If old school bikers want to know which direction their motorcycle world is riding, the hip festival in Austin highlights a low-cost segment of bikes for a new generation of riders.
The newest seat for the latest riding style comes together with a new accessory from Corbin designed for Honda’s Africa Twin.
Sometimes motorcycle technology isn’t necessarily cutting edge, rather another thing to go wrong. This is seen in the latest recall issued by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for malfunctioning airbags on two Honda motorcycle models.
The fact that motorcycle ideas and products are being shown at CES speaks volumes to how technologically advanced bikes have become. A mind-blowing example of this comes from Honda, subtly named ‘Riding Assist motorcycle’.
Nostalgia may be a thing of the past, but nothing pulls at the human emotions more. Today’s video pick shows Honda knew just this when reintroducing their modern classic, the CB1100 EX.
Honda are looking to their own colorful history and re-releasing another classic motorcycle, the modern take on the Japanese manufacturer’s CB.
Rooms and cars have both been swept up in the modern movement of sharing. Honda feels the motorcycle might join the movement.