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.
Positioned between Honda's newbie-friendly CBR500R and racy CBR600RR, the CBR650F bridges the gap between the two with emphasis on street performance and comfort.
The 2013 Honda CRF250X is the only Japanese 250cc enduro dirt bike available in the United States for 2014. How does it compare to the race-bred machines?
We offer our riding impressions after an afternoon in the saddle of the new 1832cc-powered 2014 Valkyrie, Honda replacing the old classic styling with a more sport-oriented version.
Part cruiser, part touring bike – Honda’s new-age CTX1300 hopes to attract riders from both disciplines with its worry-free handling and impeccable engine dynamic.
American Honda announces the all-new CB300F, a naked standard version of its forthcoming CBR300R, making use of the same 286cc Single.
Honda introduces new EFI/ignition mapping options on its 2015 CRF450R and CRF250R motocrossers, as well as a host of other upgrades to keep the roost flying.
The CBR300R, first announced in October 2013, makes its way into the American Honda lineup as a 2015 model.
Honda debuts a new scootercycle concept model, the NM4 Vultus, which Big Red states is planned for production.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has issued a recall notice for certain 2013 model-year Honda CB500F, CB500X and CBR500R motorcycles.