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2014 Honda Valkyrie First Look Photo Gallery
Honda continues its push in the North American motorcycle market. Once again it is offering a performance-based muscle cruiser.
Honda brings back its Valkyrie muscle cruiser in the
2014 Honda Valkyrie First Look
The Valkyrie sports a simple but effective LCD instrument display.
Comedian and motorcycle rider Alonzo Bodden (six-foot, four inches) sits on the ’14 Honda Valkyrie.
American Honda is shooting for a price tag of around 17k for the ’14 Valkyrie.
Honda discontinued the Valkyrie in 2003. Eleven years later it returns in a new modern form.
The Valkyrie gets its might from an automobile-sized horizontally opposed six-cylinder engine that's used to power Honda's Gold Wing and Gold Wing F6B.
Big Red claims the Valkyrie's mill has been tuned for even more wheel turning force than previous iterations of the engine.
We've always loved the Porsche-like sound emitted from the exhaust and the Valkyrie builds on this mechanical melody with a pair of flash-cut tip pipes.
This motorcycle infuses sportbike-derived handling with the brawn of Honda's 1832cc water-cooled Flat-Six engine.
Sitting on the Valkyrie reveals a very slim seating position. Seat height is only 28.8 inches above the ground, which will help riders keep their feet planted firmly on the terra firma at a stop.
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