Honda Motorcycles let the imaginations of three in-house designers run wild as they customized three bikes out of the VT1300 cruiser line, creating the Slammer, Switchblade and Furious.
- The Honda Concept Switchblade has styling cues gleaned from Formula 1 and MotoGP, utilizing a three-way, race-inspired adjustable suspension and plenty of carbon fiber parts.
- The 'Slammer' was once a Honda Stateline until Erik Dunshee converted it into this wicked-looking bagger with an air ride suspension.
- On the Honda Concept Switchblade, designer Edward Birtulescu created a sportbike-style tail section, opted for a single-sided swingarm and went with a 535 chain conversion.
- The 'Furious' features a hardtail frame conversion to go along with its straight pipes.
- 2010 Honda Concept Furious
- 2010 Honda Concept Slammer
- The 'Furious' Fury concept bike was created by Honda R&D Americas' Nick Renner.
- Nick Renner raked out his Fury version to 45 degrees and threw on some custom, oversized drag bars.
- The Honda Concept 'Slammer' has an all-in-one NAV/Multimedia system with a GPS speed display tucked into its fairing.
- The Honda Concept 'Switchblade.'
- The Pro Drag 'Switchblade' has a three-way adjustable suspension with cruise, sport and race modes.