Honda upgrades its CRF450R with an engine power mode switch and highly adjustable second generation air fork from KYB. We give it an initial shakedown in this report.
Honda revives its classic sport-touring platform with the return of its VFR800F Interceptor ($14,473.95 as tested). Powered by a purring and super-efficient V-Four engine, the new VFR gets sleeker body panels, wheels and instrumentation, as well as a reworked cooling and exhaust system.
Honda ups its game in the small displacement sportbike segment with its 2015 CBR300R, which features more juice than the outgoing CBR250R and styling to match its larger CBR siblings.
Honda targets the suspension and power delivery of its 2015 CRF250R motocrosser. But do the updates equate to a improved 250 MX package?
After a multi-year hiatus from Honda's US line-up, the VFR Interceptor returns to the American market with notable revisions in 2014. See how the new iteration fares on road in this First Ride.
Honda announces the expanded 2015 Contingency Program.
Following an immensely successful 2014 model year, the Honda Grom returns in 2015 with two new color options.
Sometimes simple is better, and though there were plenty of big-bore adrenaline-kicking bikes produced in 2014, Honda's Grom stands out as one of the most unique mounts of the year, earning MotoUSA's Motorcycle of the Year award for 2014.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has issued a recall notice for certain 2014 Honda Grom motorcycles and 2014 Honda Forza scooters for a potential fuel pump defect.
Honda celebrates a milestone, with global motorcycle production reaching 300 million units.