Honda Motorcycles


Here the name list of Honda motorcycle/motorbike series.

Honda Beat (FC50)

The Honda FC50, also known as the Beat, was a 50 cc scooter manufactured by Honda in 1983. It was produced mainly for the Japanese domestic market—although both new and used models were exported from Japan—making it a fairly hard-to-find scooter.

Honda Super Cub C100

Honda Super Cub C100 motorcycleThe Honda Super Cub is a Honda underbone motorcycle with a four stroke single cylinder engine ranging in displacement from 49 to 109 cc (3.0 to 6.7 cu in).

Honda Super Cub CA100

The Honda CB1000R is a naked bike manufactured by the Honda Motor Company. It was unveiled at the Milan Bike Show on 6 November, 2007 as a replacement for the Honda CB900F Hornet (known in the US as the Honda 919).

Honda Super Cub C102

The Honda Super Cub is a Honda underbone motorcycle with a four stroke single cylinder engine ranging in displacement from 49 to 109 cc (3.0 to 6.7 cu in).

Honda Super Cub C50

Honda Super Cub C50 motorcycleThe Honda Super Cub is a Honda underbone motorcycle with a four stroke single cylinder engine ranging in displacement from 49 to 109 cc (3.0 to 6.7 cu in).

Honda Super Cub Sports C110

The Honda CB1100 is a 1,140 cc (70 cu in) air-cooled inline four-cylinder naked bike that was introduced by Honda in 2010 as a modern successor to the CB750. At introduction the motorbike was available in Japan, Australia and New Zealand; it was later introduced to Europe and the US in 2013.

Honda Super Cub C111, C110D

The Honda CB1100 is a 1,140 cc (70 cu in) air-cooled inline four-cylinder naked bike that was introduced by Honda in 2010 as a modern successor to the CB750. At introduction the motorbike was available in Japan, Australia and New Zealand; it was later introduced to Europe and the US in 2013.

Honda Super Cub C114

Honda Motor Co., Ltd. (本田技研工業株式会社, Honda Giken Kōgyō KK, IPA: [hoɴda]; /ˈhɒndə/) is a Japanese public multinational corporation primarily known as a manufacturer of automobiles, motorcycles and power equipment.

Honda CB50

The Honda CB50 is a 50 cc (3.1 cu in), single-cylinder, four-stroke, SOHC street motorcycle manufactured by the Honda Motor Company, from 1971.

Honda Dio

The Honda Dio was introduced in Japan in January 1988. The name is derived from the son of Venus "dyonisiac".

Honda Elite E (SB50)

The Honda Elite is a series of scooters manufactured by Honda since 1983. Honda currently makes the 108cc 2010 Elite.

Honda Elsinore (MR50)

The Honda MR50 Elsinore is an off road mini cycle made by Honda. It was manufactured in Japan by Honda and imported first to Australia and the United States in 1974 and continued to be available in the USA, Canada and Australia until production was discontinued in 1975. It was patterned after the CR125 and CR250 Elsinores.

Honda Express (NC50)

The Honda Express or Honda NC50 is a scooter made by Honda between 1977 and 1983. Variants include the Express, Express II, Express SR and Urban Express.

Honda Hunter Cub (CT50)

Honda CT50 may refer to:

Honda MB5, MB50

The MB50 was a Honda motorcycle known as the MB5 in the US, produced from 1979 into the late 1980s. The MB was the road oriented version of the Honda MT50. Sales ended in 1981 in the UK and 1982 in the US (the only year imported), but sales continued in other European countries until 1988.

Honda Metropolitan Jazz (CHF 50)

The Honda CHF50 is a scooter made by Honda and marketed as the Metropolitan in the United States, the Jazz in Canada, the Scoopy in Australia and Asia, and the Crea Scoopy in Japan.

Honda Metropolitan II (CHF50P)

The Honda CHF50 is a scooter made by Honda and marketed as the Metropolitan in the United States, the Jazz in Canada, the Scoopy in Australia and Asia, and the Crea Scoopy in Japan.

Honda Motra (CT50)

The Honda Motra is a minibike produced in 1982-1983 for the Japanese domestic market.

Honda MT5, MT50

The Honda MT50 is an off road styled moped, common in Scandinavia and the Netherlands but also sold in other countries including UK and USA, that is more commonly known as the Honda MT5. Some countries had restricted versions designed to be ridden by learners.

Honda NCZ50

The Honda Motocompo is a folding scooter sold by Honda 1981–1983.

Honda Motocompo

The Honda Motocompo is a folding scooter sold by Honda 1981–1983.

Honda Spree (NQ50)

The Honda Spree or Nifty 50 (NQ50) is a 49 cc motor scooter made by Honda in the mid 1980s. Honda marketed three different models based on the Spree's design.

Honda Mini Trail (Z50A)

The Honda Z50A was the second generation of Honda's Z50 Series of mini bikes. Though its predecessor, the Z50M, was available in Europe and Japan a few years previous, in 1968 the Z50A-KO "Hard Tail", sometimes referred to as the "High Bar" or the "Slantguard", was the first of the Z50 series to be released to the American market.

Honda Mini Trail (Z50M)

The Honda Z50M was the first Z50 Series of mini bikes produced by Honda. It was first made in late 1966 and released for sale in 1967 to the European, Australian and Canadian markets The first thousand or so were all exported and then they were made available to the Japanese Market, becoming one of Honda's first practical mini bikes.

Honda Mini Trail (Z50R)

The Honda Z50R is a motorcycle produced by Honda, in the Honda Z series family of mini bikes. It began production in 1979 as Honda's answer to the increasing demand for mini dirt bikes to be used on the track, as opposed to their traditional trail bike used more for leisure, such as the Z50A and Z50J.

Honda Mini Trail (Z50J)

The Honda Z50J refers to a popular motorcycle produced by Honda Motorcycles belonging to its Honda Z series family of mini bikes.

Honda Moped (P50, P25)

The Honda P50 (known as the P25 in some markets) was introduced in June 1966. It earns a place in history as being the last motor-wheel moped design by Honda (and probably by any other large manufacturer).

Honda Moped (PA50/Hobbit/Camino)

The Honda PA50 is a moped produced by Honda between 1976 and 1991. It was marketed as the Honda Hobbit in the USA and as the Honda Camino in the UK and Europe.

Honda Moped (PC50, PS50)

The Honda PC50 is a moped produced by the Honda Motor Company in Japan from May 1969 until February 1977. The PC50, though much smaller and lighter, had some similar features to Honda's popular C50 /70 /90 Super Cub line, with a step-through pressed-steel frame, a fuel tank under the saddle, a chain cover, and optionally equipped with leg shields,

Honda SS50

The Honda SS50 is a 50 cc (3.1 cu in) moped manufactured by the Honda Motor Company.

Honda Trail 50 (C100H, C100T, CA100T)

The Honda Super Cub is a Honda underbone motorcycle with a four stroke single cylinder engine ranging in displacement from 49 to 109 cc (3.0 to 6.7 cu in).

Honda XR50R

The Honda XR series is a range of four-stroke, off-road motorcycles that were designed in Japan but assembled all over the world.

Honda ZB50

The ZB50 is a small 50 cc motorcycle produced by Honda belonging to its Z Series family of mini bikes.

Honda Zoomer/Ruckus (NPS50)

The Zoomer, designation NPS50, is a motorscooter developed by Honda and introduced in Japan and America in late 2002 for the 2003 model year; in Canada and the USA, the scooter is marketed as the Ruckus.

Honda AC15

The Honda AC15 or Dream 50 is a retro style street legal 50 cc single cylinder motorcycle manufactured by Honda in 1997 (CB50V) and 1998 (CB50W).

Honda Super Cub C105, CD105

The Honda CD175 is a 174 cc (10.6 cu in) motorcycle made from 1967 to 1979 by the Honda Motor Company.

Honda C115 Sports

The Honda CB150R, also known as StreetFire or CBSF, is a naked motorcycle produced by Astra Honda Motor in Indonesia.

Honda Super Cub C65, S65

Honda CB500 twins are a family of medium-sized standard motorcycles produced by Honda from 1993 onwards.

Honda C70 Passport

The Honda Super Cub is a Honda underbone motorcycle with a four stroke single cylinder engine ranging in displacement from 49 to 109 cc (3.0 to 6.7 cu in).

Honda CD70

The Honda 70 is a small four stroke motorcycle produced since 1970 by Honda.

Honda ST70

The Honda SL70 Motosport, which was introduced in 1970, is a small street/trail motorcycle with a four-stroke engine, a four-speed manual gearbox, and a full-cradle frame.

Honda Aero 80 (NH80)

The Honda Aero 80 or NH80 is one of Honda scooters that was sold worldwide beginning in 1983 in 79 cc version. It use an air-cooled two-stroke 79cc engine with CDI ignition. Equipped with leading link front suspension, electric and kick start, and a fuel gauge. It also has drum brakes and CVT transmission.

Honda XR80

The Honda XR series is a range of four-stroke, off-road motorcycles that were designed in Japan but assembled all over the world.

Honda CR85R Expert

The Honda CR85R is a racing motorcycle by Honda with a two stroke engine. It was discontinued in 2007 and replaced with the CRF150R four-stroke bike.

Honda Super Cub C90

Honda Super Cub C90 motorcycleThe Honda Super Cub is a Honda underbone motorcycle with a four stroke single cylinder engine ranging in displacement from 49 to 109 cc (3.0 to 6.7 cu in).

Honda Super Cub CM90

The Honda CB900F is a Honda motorcycle made in two iterations which appeared some twenty years apart. Both generations of the CB900F are straight four-cylinder four-stroke 900 cc (55 cu in) roadsters.

Honda Trail 90 C200

Honda introduced several 200 cc motorcycles with similar engines but different body variations in the 1980s.

Honda Super Cub CM91

The Honda CM125 is a parallel twin cylinder air-cooled OHC four-stroke cruiser motorcycle made by Honda from 1982 to 1986. It had a top speed of 65 mph (105 km/h).

Honda S90 CS90

The Honda S2000 is a roadster that was manufactured by Japanese automaker Honda between 1999 and 2009. First shown as a concept car at the Tokyo Motor Show in 1995, the production version was launched in April 1999 to celebrate the company's 50th anniversary.

Honda Sport 90

The Honda Sport 90, Super 90, or S90, was a 90 cc Honda motorcycle based on the Honda Super Cub, made from 1964 to 1969.

Honda Super 90

The Honda Sport 90, Super 90, or S90, was a 90 cc Honda motorcycle based on the Honda Super Cub, made from 1964 to 1969.

Honda Bravo

The Honda Bravo is a 4-stroke 100 cc underbone class motorcycle designed and manufactured in the Philippines..

Honda Scrambler (CL100)

The Honda CL100 was a four stroke single cylinder overhead cam motorcycle made by Honda, and sold in the US from 1970 to 1973. The CL designation indicated this model to be the "Scrambler" or dual sport version.

Honda H100S Super

The Honda H100S is a two-stroke motorcycle introduced in June 1983, alongside the original Honda H100-A, which was released to the UK in February 1980. The H100-A was built for fulfilling the role of an economical, practical, lightweight commuter machine.

Honda Bali

The Honda Bali is a 100cc two stroke twist and go scooter from Honda. The scooter has self-starter and autolub system to mix two-stroke oil with fuel.

Honda Dio/Lead

The Honda Dio was introduced in Japan in January 1988. The name is derived from the son of Venus "dyonisiac".

Honda Trail 110 (CT110)

The Honda CT110 is a small motorcycle manufactured by Honda from 1980 to the present day and sold in various parts of the world.

Honda Activa

The Honda Activa is a motor scooter made by Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India. It was launched in India in 2000. Production in Mexico began in 2004. It is a 102 cc, 7 bhp (5.2 kW) scooter.

Honda Aviator

The Honda Aviator is a motor scooter produced by Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India. Its slogan is "Live Your Style".

Honda CB Twister, CB110

The Honda CB Twister or Honda CB110 is a 110 cc single cylinder four-stroke engine bike made by Honda.

Honda Dream Yuga

The Dream Yuga is a low-cost 109 cc single-cylinder motorcycle manufactured by Honda's Indian subsidiary HMSI since 2012. It was announced by Honda in January 2012 at the Delhi Auto Expo, and was available to consumers in India in May 2012. At 44,642 Indian Rupees, the motorcycle is billed as the least expensive Honda currently produced, and the least expensive Honda ever made, adjusting for inflation.

Honda XRM

The Honda XRM is an underbone-style motorbike that is produced and sold in the Philippines. It is called Nice in Thailand but not an Off-Road type.

Honda MT125R

The Honda MT125R was a production Grand Prix motorcycle racing roadracer designed for closed-course competition roadracing.

Honda Super Sport (CG125)

The Honda CG125 is a commuter motorcycle that was made by Honda of Japan. It was in production from 1976 to 2008 and was originally manufactured in Japan, but source for European market was eventually moved to Brazil in 1985 and also Turkey for the W and M models.

Honda CLR125 CityFly

Introduced in 1998, The Honda CLR125 CityFly was launched as a dual purpose motorcycle and is powered by a 124 cc SOHC single-cylinder engine.

Honda CM125

The Honda CM125 is a parallel twin cylinder air-cooled OHC four-stroke cruiser motorcycle made by Honda from 1982 to 1986. It had a top speed of 65 mph (105 km/h).

Honda Elsinore (CR125M)

The Honda CR125M Elsinore was a motorcycle designed and manufactured by Honda and released in late 1973. Modeled after the first Elsinore, the Honda CR250M, the 124cc version sold for $749 at its debut.

Honda LS125R

The Honda LS125R is a sport touring motorcycle introduced by Honda in 1995. It has a 124 cc (7.6 cu in) single-cylinder engine.

Honda NSR125 (JC20, JC21)

The Honda NSR125 is a 2 stroke, 125 cc (lightweight) sport bike produced between 1988 and 2001. The high revving (red zone of the tachometer begins at 11,000 rpm), 2 stroke, RC-Valve equipped, single-cylinder engine produced around 30 bhp (22 kW) at the crank.

Honda Scrambler (CL125)

The Honda CL125 was an scrambler motorcycle made by Honda from 1967 to 1974. Two different engines were used through the models life: 1967-1969: CL125A 124cc 2 cylinder 4-stroke, 1973-1974: CL125S 122cc 1 cylinder 4-stroke.

Honda Varadero (XL125V)

The Honda XL125V Varadero is a dual-sport motorcycle with a 125 cc four stroke V-twin engine, produced by Honda since 2001.

Honda Aero Lead (NH125)

The NH series of Honda scooters was sold worldwide beginning in 1983, in 50, 80, 90, 100 and 125cc versions.

Honda CBR125

The Honda CBR125R is a 125 cc four-stroke engine sport bike made by Honda. The CBR125R first appeared on the market in 2004. It is manufactured in Thailand alongside the CBR150R, the latter for the Far East market.

Honda CB125

The Honda CB125 was a 122 cc (7.4 cu in) motorcycle made by Honda from 1971-1975 (1973-1985 in the US).

Honda Atlas Honda CG125

The Honda CG125 is a commuter motorcycle that was made by Honda of Japan. It was in production from 1976 to 2008 and was originally manufactured in Japan, but source for European market was eventually moved to Brazil in 1985 and also Turkey for the W and M models.

Honda Dylan 125

The Honda Dylan 125 is a motor scooter from Honda

Honda Innova (ANF125)

The Honda Wave — also marketed as the Honda NF Series, Honda Innova in Europe, and Honda Supra X in Indonesia — are a series of motorcycles manufactured by Honda that debuted in 1995 featuring an underbone design featuring separate cosmetic plastic body panels over a structural steel tube chassis.

Honda Pantheon FES125

The Honda FES 125 Pantheon is a scooter, manufactured by Honda with both a liquid-cooled four-stroke and also air-cooled two-stroke engine.

Honda RC143

The Honda RC143 was the Honda racing team's 125cc Grand Prix motorcycle racer for the 1960 season. The first time that the Honda team would compete in an entire season's racing.

Honda Rebel

The Honda CMX250, or Rebel 250, is a 234 cc (14.3 cu in) cruiser-style motorcycle made by Honda on and off since 1985. It uses the same 234 cubic centimetres (14.3 cu in) straight-twin engine as the Honda Nighthawk 250 standard.

Honda Shine

The Honda Shine is a motorcycle developed by Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India (HMSI). It was introduced in India in 2006. It is a 125 cc motorcycle.

Honda Sonic

The Honda Sonic is a 125 cc underbone designed for the South East Asian market by Honda. It belongs to the Honda Nova series of sports oriented underbone motorbikes produced since the mid-1990s.

Honda Super Sport (CB125)

The Honda CB125 was a 122 cc (7.4 cu in) motorcycle made by Honda from 1971-1975 (1973-1985 in the US).

Honda Super Sport (SS125)

The Honda SS125A was a motorcycle manufactured by the Honda from 1967 through 1969.

Honda CRF150R

The Honda CRF150R is a racing dirtbike that was released in 2006 for the 2007 model year. It competes in the Mini Class against many 85cc Two-Stroke Bikes; however, can not race in the 85cc mod.

Honda CRF150R Expert

The Honda CRF150R is a racing dirtbike that was released in 2006 for the 2007 model year. It competes in the Mini Class against many 85cc Two-Stroke Bikes; however, can not race in the 85cc mod.

Honda CRF150F

The Honda CRF150F is an off road motorcycle that was introduced in 2003 as the successor to the Honda XR series.

Honda Unicorn

The Honda Unicorn is a motorcycle developed by Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India (HMSI) and introduced in 2005. The motorcycle was built and designed by the Honda R&D team based in Osaka, Japan.

Honda CBR150R

The Honda CBR150R is a sport bike with a 150 cc four stroke Single-cylinder engine, which is part of the Honda CBR series manufactured by Honda, a subsidiary of A.P.

Honda Pantheon (FES150)

The Honda FES 125 Pantheon is a scooter, manufactured by Honda with both a liquid-cooled four-stroke and also air-cooled two-stroke engine.

Honda NSR150

The Honda NSR150 was a motorcycle produced in Thailand and Malaysia by Honda and Taiwan as Honda NSR by Kymco and also manufactured under the name Kymco NSR.

Honda SH150, SH150i

The Honda SH150i is a motor scooter, developed by Honda and presented during 2005. The SH150i is the best selling scooter in Italy.

Honda TMX155

The Honda TMX 155 is a motorcycle designed by Honda for the business market.

Honda CD175

The Honda CD175 is a 174 cc (10.6 cu in) motorcycle made from 1967 to 1979 by the Honda Motor Company.

Honda Super Sport (CB175)

The Honda CB175 was a standard motorcycle made by Honda from 1969 to 1973. It had a 174 cc (10.6 cu in) overhead camshaft twin-cylinder, four-stroke, air-cooled engine, dual carburetors, dual exhausts, five-speed gearbox, 12-volt electrics, kick and electric start, front and rear drum brakes, turn signals, speedometer with trip meter, 1972 and later models, and tachometer, and was rated at 20 bhp (15 kW).

Honda XL175

The Honda XL175 was a motorcycle produced by Honda. The XL175 first entered the market in 1973 as a lightweight dual-sport motorcycle, and the model continued in production through 1978. The XL175 had a 173cc single cylinder OHC four-stroke engine mated to a 5-speed transmission and was started via a kickstarter only (no electric starter).

Honda Reflex (TLR200)

The Honda Reflex (TLR200) is a dual purpose trials motorcycle sold through 1986 to 1987. Both year models are exactly the same.

Honda Phantom (TA200)

The Honda Phantom TA200 is a single cylinder Thai-made "retro cruiser" motorcycle. It was known in Australia as the TA Shadow.

Honda Sport (CB200)

The Honda CB200 and CL200 Scrambler are standard and dual-sport motorcycles made from 1973 to 1979. The CB200 replaced the CB175 model and has very similar specifications.

Honda Scrambler (CL200)

The Honda CB200 and CL200 Scrambler are standard and dual-sport motorcycles made from 1973 to 1979. The CB200 replaced the CB175 model and has very similar specifications.

Honda Fatcat (TR200)

The Honda TR200 series of bikes was produced only in 1986 and 1987. The engine was a 199 cc four-stroke OHC single linked to a five-speed transmission and automatic clutch.

Honda Roadmaster (CD200)

Honda introduced several 200 cc motorcycles with similar engines but different body variations in the 1980s.

Honda TLR200

The Honda Reflex (TLR200) is a dual purpose trials motorcycle sold through 1986 to 1987. Both year models are exactly the same.

Honda CD250U

The Honda CD250 is a 233 cc (14.2 cu in), air-cooled, four stroke, upright twin motorcycle which was retailed by Honda in the UK from 1988 to 1993. It has a single front disc brake and a rear drum.

Honda CM250C, CM250T

The Honda CM250 is a 234cc parallel twin cylinder air-cooled OHC four-stroke cruiser motorcycle produced by the Honda corporation from 1981—1983 with a top speed of 85 mph and delivering 70mpg.

Honda Nighthawk (CB250)

The Honda Nighthawk 250 is a Honda standard motorcycle. It has a 234 cc (14.3 cu in) air-cooled parallel twin engine.

Honda Rebel (CMX250C, CMX250CD)

Honda Rebel (CMX250C, CMX250CD) motorcycleThe Honda CMX250 or Rebel 250, is a cruiser-style motorcycle made by Honda on and off since 1985. Power is provided by a 4-stroke, 234cc, air cooled, SOHC, parallel twin engine with electric starter. The engine is paired with a 5-Speed manual transmission and total fuel capacity is 2.6 gallons. The Rebel Base rides on steel wheels with a 3.00-18 front tire and a 130/90 R15 rear tire. The front suspension is a telescopic fork while the rear suspension is a twin sided swing arm. Front disc brakes

Honda CR250R

The Honda CR250R was a Honda racing dirt bike. The prototype was built in 1971, but it was not until late 1972 that production of "out of the box racers" began.

Honda Elsinore (CR250M)

The Honda CR250M Elsinore was a two-stroke motorcycle first manufactured by Honda in March 1973; it had 29 horsepower and weighed 229 pounds.

Honda Integra (VT250F)

The Honda VT250F Integra is a semi-faired, sport bike first produced by Honda in 1982.

Honda Big Ruckus (PS250)

The Big Ruckus PS250 is a 250cc, CVT transmission-equipped two-seater scooter, manufactured by Honda; marketed in Japan for model years 2004-2007 and in North America for model years 2005-2006 — and noted for its minimal bodywork and expressed light-weight steel tubular frame, akin to the Honda Ruckus.

Honda Dream (CB250)

The Honda Dream CB250 was a standard motorcycle made by Honda in 1968 and 1969 and sold only in Japan.

Honda Hornet (CB250F)

The Honda CB250F is a series of unfaired motorcycles which were launched in 1996 by the automaker. This is also known as the Honda Hornet 250 and was available only in Japan (Domestic version).

Honda CB250 G5

The Honda CB250 G5 is a motorcycle that was produced and sold mainly in Europe between 1974 and 1976. It had a capacity of 249 cc (15.2 cu in).

Honda Super Dream (CB250N)

The Honda CB250N and CB400N Super Dream are motorcycles manufactured by the Honda Motor Company from 1978–1986. The successor to the short lived Dream model, it had a series of revisions including a six speed transmission and what Honda termed as European styling which resembled the CB750F and CB900F.

Honda CBR250

The Honda CBR250 series of motorcycles was produced by Honda between 1986 and 1996. It is a lightweight sport bike with a six-speed gearbox and a 250 cc (15 cu in), four-cylinder, four-stroke engine capable of revving up to 19,000 rpm.

Honda CRF250L

The Honda CRF250L is a dual-sport motorcycle, part of the Honda CRF series, manufactured by Honda for their global market.

Honda MVX250F (MC09)

The Honda MVX250F was a Honda motorcycle with a water-cooled two-stroke V3 engine. New Zealand was among the few countries in the world outside Japan where the MVX 250 was sold new through Honda motorcycle dealerships.

Honda NSR250R (MC16, MC18, MC21, MC28)

The Honda NSR250 and Honda RS250RW were race motorcycles manufactured by Honda Racing Corporation to race in the 250cc class of the Grand Prix motorcycle World Championship.

Honda Reflex (NSS250)

The Honda NS250 or Reflex was a 249 cc (15.2 cu in) Honda maxi-scooter.

Honda NX250/AX-1

The Honda NX250 was a new concept produced by Honda, a crossover dual-sport motorcycle available in the USA from 1988 through 1990. It was a lightweight bike intended for both on-road and off-road riding.

Honda Spada (VT250L, MC20)

The VT250 or Spada MC20 was a Honda motorcycle built between late 1988 and the end of 1989.

Honda XR250R

The Honda XR250R is a motorcycle manufactured by Honda Motor Co., Ltd. in Tokyo, Japan, as part of the Honda XR series.

Honda CBF250

The Honda CBF 250 is a commuter bike produced by Honda. It is a lightweight bike intended city driving.

Honda CBR250R (MC41)

Honda CBR250R (MC41) motorcycleThe Honda CBR 250R is a sport style motorcycle powered by a 4-stroke, 249.4cc, liquid cooled, DOHC, single-cylinder engine with electric starter. The engine is paired with a 6-Speed manual transmission and total fuel capacity is 3.4 gallons. The CBR 250R comes standard with a two-piece, 2-passenger seat. The CBR 250R rides on aluminum wheels with a 110/70R 17 front tire and a 140/70R 17 rear tire. The front suspension is a telescopic fork while the rear suspension is a twin sided swing arm. Fron

Honda CJ250T

One of the short lived lines of Honda motorcycles is the CJ Series, which was an offshoot of the short-lived CB360. The CJ series motorbikes have inline engines, of a nominal 360cc capacity.

Honda Dream (Super Cub C70)

Honda Dream (Super Cub C70) motorcycleThe Honda Super Cub is a Honda underbone motorcycle with a four stroke single cylinder engine ranging in displacement from 49 to 109 cc (3.0 to 6.7 cu in). Honda Super Cub C70 powered by engine with capacity of 70cc (more precisely, 71.8 cc) that can generate power up to 4.5 kW at 9000 rpm engine speed. With OHC engine technology and ignition systems that originally using platinum in 1980-1981 turned into a CDI ignition system in the years 1982-1986.

Honda Dream (C71, C72)

The 250 cc (15 cu in) Honda C71 and C72 Dream, and the identical C76 and C77 bikes with 305 cc (18.6 cu in) displacement, were the first larger-capacity motorcycles that Honda mass-exported.

Honda Hawk (CB72)

The Honda CB77, or Super Hawk, was a 305 cc (18.6 cu in) straight-twin motorcycle produced from 1961 until 1967. It is remembered today as Honda's first sport bike.

Honda Helix (CN250)

The Honda CN250 is a scooter introduced by Honda to the United States market in 1986. It was marketed in the US as the Helix and in other parts of the world as the Fusion or Spazio.

Honda Sport (CB250)

The Honda Dream CB250 was a standard motorcycle made by Honda in 1968 and 1969 and sold only in Japan.

Honda CB250RS

The Honda CB250RS is a 250 cc motorcycle designed for road use. It was produced until the mid-1980s. It has a high-compression four-stroke, four-valve, air-cooled, single-cylinder engine, which was an upgrade of the engine built for the earlier XL250S trail bike.

Honda VTR250 (Interceptor and MC33)

The Honda VTR250 is a 90° V-twin motorcycle produced by Honda that has had one major revision. The original VTR250 was a faired sport bike sold only in the USA and Canada from 1988 to 1990. The current model VTR250 is a naked bike, produced since 1997, available only in the Asia-Pacific region, and for 2009, Europe.

Honda XL250

Honda XL250 is a four-stroke 250 cc motorcycle from Honda introduced in 1972 and manufactured through most of the 1980s.

Honda XRE300

The Honda XRE 300 is a single-cylinder dual-sport motorcycle designed and manufactured by Honda in Brazil.

Honda Dream (C76, C77)

The 250 cc (15 cu in) Honda C71 and C72 Dream, and the identical C76 and C77 bikes with 305 cc (18.6 cu in) displacement, were the first larger-capacity motorcycles that Honda mass-exported.

Honda Scrambler (CL77)

The Honda CL77 or Scrambler 305 was the off-road or scrambler version of the Honda C77 Dream and the CB77 Super Hawk of the 1960s.

Honda Super Hawk (CB77)

Two very different Honda motorcycles are commonly referred to as the Superhawk in various parts of the world.

Honda CB350 K4 SOHC

The Honda CB350 is a 325.6 cubic centimetres (19.87 cu in) OHC parallel twin cylinder, four-stroke motorcycle produced by Honda for model years 1968 through 1973. With its reliable motor and dual Keihin carburetors, it became Honda's best-selling model.

Honda Four (CB350F)

The Honda CB350F is a four-cylinder, four-stroke, 347 cc motorcycle based on the larger versions of the day.

Honda Sport (CB350)

The Honda CB350 is a 325.6 cubic centimetres (19.87 cu in) OHC parallel twin cylinder, four-stroke motorcycle produced by Honda for model years 1968 through 1973. With its reliable motor and dual Keihin carburetors, it became Honda's best-selling model.

Honda XL350R

The Honda XL350R is a dual-sport motorcycle made by Honda in 1984–1985. Both Cycle World and Cycle ranked it as one of the ten best motorcycles of 1985. Cycle World tested the 0.00 to 0.40 km (0 to 1⁄4 mi) time at 15.42 seconds @ 131.19 km/h (81.52 mph), with a top speed of 134 km/h (83 mph), and the braking performance at 60 to 0 mph (97 to 0 km/h) in 40 m (130 ft).

Honda Scrambler (CL360)

The Honda CL360 was a twin cylinder four-stroke scrambler motorcycle produced from 1974 to 1976. It was the successor to the CL350. The CL360 is very similar to the CB360, the most notable difference being the high exhaust pipes that many consider very desirable.

Honda Sport (CB360, CB360T)

The Honda CB360 is a twin cylinder four-stroke motorcycle produced by Honda from 1974 to 1976. It succeeded the Honda CB350 and provided an alternative to the four cylinder CB350F and CB400F.

Honda CL400

The Honda CL 400 is a motorcycle launched by Honda in September 23, 1998.

Honda NS400R

Honda NS400R was a three-cylinder two-stroke motorcycle developed in the mid-1980s by Honda.

Honda CB400N

The Honda CB250N and CB400N Super Dream are motorcycles manufactured by the Honda Motor Company from 1978–1986. The successor to the short lived Dream model, it had a series of revisions including a six speed transmission and what Honda termed as European styling which resembled the CB750F and CB900F.

Honda Hawk (CB400T, CB400T II)

The Honda CB400 (twin) is a series of Honda motorcycles produced from 1977-1986. They were introduced as the successor to the popular CB350, CB360 and the four-cylinder CB400F.

Honda CM400

The Honda CM400 was a street bike produced by the Honda Motor Company from 1979 to 1982, part of a series of motorcycles with the prefix 'CM' using various engine capacities.

Honda CB-1 (CB400F, NC27)

The Honda CB-1 is a small, light naked sports motorcycle with a 399 cubic centimetres (24.3 cu in) straight-four engine, carrying the model code NC27. In contrast to other models of the Honda CB series, the name is written with a hyphen.

Honda RVF400R (NC35)

The Honda RVF400R (NC35) is a motorcycle introduced by Honda Motor Company in 1994, powered by a V4 16 valve double overhead geardriven cam 400 cc engine and known for its supreme handling capabilities.

Honda VF400F (NC13)

The first model of the Honda VF400F (NC13) was a "Naked style" motorcycle with bikini-cowling which looked like a MVX250F.

Honda VFR400 (NC30)

The Honda VFR400 series of motorcycles were a related series of 399 cc V4-engined motorcycles, which were essentially scaled-down versions of the larger VFR race models of the day.

Honda CBR400RR (NC23, NC29)

The Honda CBR400RR is a Japanese domestic market small-capacity sport motorcycle introduced by Honda in 1988 as a further evolution of the popular CBR400R, which dated from 1986. The CBR400R and early CBR400RR models both carry the model number NC23, which makes up the first part of these bikes' frame numbers.

Honda CBX400

Honda CBX400F is a motorcycle manufactured by Honda Motors Co., Ltd between 1981 and 1984.

Honda (Bros) NT400

The Honda Hawk GT NT650 motorcycle was designated as model RC31 and was designed by Toshiaki Kishi, and was the second Honda with "Pro-Arm" suspension bike after the RC30 VFR750R.

Honda Four (CB400F)

The Honda CB400F is a motorcycle produced by Honda from 1975 to 1977. It first appeared at the 1974 Cologne motorcycle show, Intermot, and was dropped from the Honda range in 1978. It had an air-cooled, transverse mounted 408 cc (24.9 cu in) inline four cylinder engine with two valves per cylinder operated by a single chain driven over head camshaft.

Honda Scrambler (CL450)

The sister bike to the Honda CB450, the CL450 was the dual sport or "scrambler" model of Honda's 444cc DOHC parallel twin engined motorcycle.

Honda Sport/Hellcat (CB450)

The Honda CB450 was the first 'big' Honda motorcycle with a 444cc 180° straight twin, dual overhead cam engine producing 43-45 horsepower (more than 100 HP/ litre).

Honda Nighthawk (CB450SC)

The Honda CB450SC is a motorcycle produced by Honda between 1982 and 1986. It utilised a two-cylinder engine operating with two carburetors.

Honda matic (CM450A)

The CM450A was a motorcycle made by Honda in 1982 and 1983. It was based on the CB400 and CM400 models (1978-1981), especially the CM400A Hondamatic (1980-1981).

Honda Rebel (CMX450)

The Honda CMX450 "Rebel" was a motorcycle manufactured by Honda for model years 1986 and 1987. In contrast to the Rebel 250 250cc cruiser, it has a 450cc motor.

Honda CRF450R

The Honda CRF series is a line of four-stroke motocross and trail motorcycles manufactured and marketed by Honda.

Honda CB450DX (CB450N/PC14)

The CB450DX or CB450N is a motorcycle produced by Moto Honda da Amazonia Ltda from 1989 to 1992.

Honda Ascot (VT500, VT500FT)

The Honda Ascot is a compact sedan manufactured by Honda and marketed only in Japan from 1989 to 1997. The first generation produced two versions based on the Honda Accord CB series called the Ascot and from 1993 to 1996 a "pillared hardtop" called the Ascot Innova.

Honda VT500E

Honda VT500E is a common name for the family of Honda motorcycles sharing the VT500 inline V-twin engine. Launched at the Cologne motorcycle show in September 1982, it was produced with various designations for different countries, such as Ascot, Shadow and Euro.

Honda Ascot (FT500)

The Honda Ascot was a name given to two motorcycles produced by Honda. The motorcycles to carry the name, the FT500 and VT500FT, were produced with the Ascot name between 1982 and 1984.

Honda CX500

The Honda CX series motorcycles, including the GL500 and GL650 variants, were developed and released by Honda in the late 1970s, with production ending in most markets by the mid 1980s.

Honda Four (CB500)

The Honda CB500 Four was a motorcycle introduced by Honda early in the 1970s, appearing at the London Racing and Sporting Motorcycle Show in February, 1972. It was similarly styled to the CB750, but smaller and lighter, with the manufacturer's claims of 50 bhp output and a top speed of 115 mph.

Honda Interceptor (VF500F)

The Honda VF500F (badged as "Interceptor" for the US and Canada market) is a 498 cc displacement sport motorcycle manufactured from 1984 to 1986. It is widely regarded as one of the finest handling motorcycles of the 1980s.

Honda Magna V30 (VF500C)

The Honda Magna was a cruiser motorcycle made from 1982 to 1988 and 1994 to 2003 and powered by Honda's V4 engine taken from the VF/VFR.

Honda Silver Wing (GL500)

In 1981 Honda released the GL500 Silver Wing, which was a mid-sized touring bike based on the CX500 engine. The GL500 engine was similar to the CX500 engine, but used the more reliable transistorized ignition system, which meant the stator would contain only charging windings and thus would put out more power for operating the lights and other devices commonly added to touring motorcycles. In 1983 the GL500 was upgraded to the GL650. Apart from the larger engine, the GL650 had a slightly dif

Honda Sport (CB500 twin)

Honda CB500 twins are a family of medium-sized standard motorcycles produced by Honda from 1993 onwards.

Honda Tourist Trophy (GB500)

The Honda GB500 'Tourist Trophy' is a single cylinder, air-cooled, single passenger motorcycle introduced in the late 1980s and first marketed in Japan in 1985 in two 400 cc and one 500 cc versions.

Honda Turbo (CX500)

The CX500 Turbo was released in 1982. The CX500 Turbo (also known as the CX500TC) was only produced for the 1982 model year. It was superseded by the CX650TD (CX650 Turbo; D=1983) for the 1983 model year, which was itself discontinued the same year. It had a complex for the time, programmed fuel injection system with redundant fail-safe systems working in tandem with a separate ignition system.

Honda XBR500

The Honda XBR 500 is a 500cc Japanese sports single cylinder motorcycle launched by Honda in 1985 in response to the Yamaha SR500. It is powered by a single-cylinder four-valve engine with the valves arranged radially (the Radial Four Valve Combustion Chamber, or RFVC).

Honda Four (CB550F)

The Honda CB550 was a 544 cc (33.2 cu in) four-cylinder standard motorcycle made by Honda from 1974 to 1978. It is a development of the earlier CB500, and like its predecessor, the original CB550K had 4 exhaust pipes and 4 silencers.

Honda Nighthawk (CB550SC)

The Honda Nighthawk CB550SC is a four-cylinder motorcycle manufactured by Honda in the United States in 1983, one other version was sold in Canada in 1984. It had a six speed manual transmission (sixth was 'overdrive'), shaft drive, front disc and rear drum brakes, side and center stands, and seating for two.

Honda CB600F

The Honda CB600F (known as the Hornet in Europe and Brazil and 599 in the U.S.) is a standard motorcycle manufactured by Honda.

Honda Hornet

The Honda CB600F (known as the Hornet in Europe and Brazil and 599 in the U.S.) is a standard motorcycle manufactured by Honda.

Honda CBF600N

The CBF600 is a middleweight motorcycle made by Honda. There are 2 models in the family, CBF600N is the 'naked' version and CBF600S is the half faired one, the differences consisting just in the front fairing and headlamp block.

Honda CBF600S

The CBF600 is a middleweight motorcycle made by Honda. There are 2 models in the family, CBF600N is the 'naked' version and CBF600S is the half faired one, the differences consisting just in the front fairing and headlamp block. The gearbox and the engine are optimised for smooth power delivery. 4 colours were offered for the faired version- black, dolphin grey, pearl red and metallic blue.

Honda Hurricane (CBR600F)

The Honda CBR600F, known as the 'Hurricane' in the US market, is a sports motorcycle made by Honda from 1987 to 1990. In Austria and Mexico, a smaller version, the CBR500F was marketed. In 2011, Honda released an all-new model of the same name. The original CBR600F was Honda's first inline four-cylinder, fully faired sport bike. It had a liquid-cooled 85 hp (63 kW) DOHC 16-valve engine, and a six-speed transmission. The Honda Hurricane was introduced as the newest style of sport bike.

Honda CBR600F2

The Honda CBR600F, known as the 'Hurricane' in the US market, is a sports motorcycle made by Honda from 1987 to 1990. In Austria and Mexico, a smaller version, the CBR500F was marketed.

Honda CBR600F3

The Honda CBR600F, known as the 'Hurricane' in the US market, is a sports motorcycle made by Honda from 1987 to 1990. In Austria and Mexico, a smaller version, the CBR500F was marketed.

Honda CBR600F4i

The Honda CBR600F, known as the 'Hurricane' in the US market, is a sports motorcycle made by Honda from 1987 to 1990. In Austria and Mexico, a smaller version, the CBR500F was marketed.

Honda CBR600RR

Honda CBR600RR motorcycleThe Honda CBR600RR is a 599 cc (36.6 cu in) sport motorcycle that was introduced by Honda in 2003 as a race replica version of Honda`s CBR600F series. The Honda CBR 600RR is a sport style motorcycle with an MSRP of $11,540 and is carryover for 2012. Power is provided by a 4-stroke, 599cc, liquid cooled, DOHC, horizontal in-line engine with electric starter. The engine is paired with a 6-Speed manual transmission and total fuel capacity is 4.8 gallons. The CBR 600RR rides on aluminum wheels with

Honda Shadow (VT600C VLX)

The Honda Shadow VT600C, also known as the Honda Shadow VLX, is a cruiser motorcycle. It utilizes a 583 cc V-twin engine, a four-speed transmission, 35* rake, chain drive, and a single-shock softail-style rear suspension. The VLX engine is borrowed from the highly popular Honda Transalp.

Honda Transalp (XL600V)

The Honda Transalp is the name given to the XL400V, XL600V, XL650V, and XL700V series of dual-sport motorcycles manufactured in Japan by Honda since 1987. The Transalp bikes all feature a liquid-cooled, four-stroke 52° V-twin engine. The first prototype was built in 1985, as an off-road motorbike with a 500 cc engine. Further development introduced an increase to 600 cc and more road-oriented features, notably an improved fairing.

Honda XR600R (offroad)

The Honda XR600R was a very popular offroad motorcycle with an air-cooled single cylinder, four-stroke engine. The bike was manufactured by Honda from 1985 to 2000 and was part of the Honda XR series. The XR600R was superseded by the XR650R with a 649cc liquid-cooled engine and an aluminum frame.

Honda Four (CB650)

The Honda CB650 is a four-cylinder middleweight motorcycle manufactured from 1979 to 1985 by Honda. The machine was largely based on the Honda CB550 and had the same frame, speedometer, and tachometer as the Honda CB550 of the 1970s

Honda Deauville (NT650V)

The Honda Deauville, also marketed as the NT650V and NT700V, is a mid-range touring motorcycle introduced by Honda in 1998 with a liquid-cooled 52° 650 cc V-twin engine. In 1998, the NT650V Deauville made its debut with a fully integrated three-quarter fairing and panniers to distinguish it from the Revere on which it was based. The engine was also re-tuned for stronger low-to-midrange torque.

Honda CBX650

The CBX is a motorcycle series built by Honda, and The CBX650 was designed primarily for the American market. The sales description in the United States was CB650SC "Nighthawk". The engine, an air-cooled four-cylinder inline engine with 4-stroke petrol system has two overhead camshafts (DOHC) and 16 valves with hydraulic valve clearance compensation. In Germany today, about 2500 pieces allowed. Also available were the DOHC four-cylinder 16-valve CBX750, CBX550 and CBX400.

Honda Bros/HawkGT (NT650)

The Honda Hawk GT NT650 motorcycle was designated as model RC31 and was designed by Toshiaki Kishi, and was the second Honda with "Pro-Arm" suspension bike after the RC30 VFR750R. The Japanese model was named the Bros, which is the far superior of the NT breed of motorcycle. The RC model designation is for bikes up to 750 cc, though the Honda Pacific Coast (PC800) has an engine of more than 750 cc and a model designation of RC34.

Honda NTV/Revere (NTV650)

The Honda NT650 (also released as NTV 650 Revere) is a Honda motorcycle, called a naked bike. The machine has shaft drive and a twin-cylinder engine in V-arrangement of 647 cc with 54 hp. The engine has some distinct advantages; it requires little maintenance and is therefore an excellent engine for everyday use. In England this motorcycle known Bros with 400cc and 600cc engine capacity. Both of these are, like the Hawk, aluminum frame and provided with a chain drive.

Honda Nighthawk (CB650SC)

The CB650SC (also called the Nighthawk 650) was a Honda standard motorcycle sold in the US from 1982–1985. In 1982 the Nighthawk replaced the Custom of the previous years and featured a re-designed tank and side covers. In 1983-1985 a new DOHC engine replaced the SOHC engine used from 1979-1982. The new engine had hydraulic valve lash adjusters and was rubber mounted. This year also saw the move from chain drive to shaft-drive for this model.

Honda Silver Wing (GL650)

In 1983 the GL500 was upgraded to the GL650. Apart from the larger engine, the GL650 had a slightly different fairing mounts and front engine hanger mount than the GL500, and portions of the GL650 engine are painted black. The fuel economy of the GL650 was improved over that of the GL500 due to significantly taller gearing and the replacement of the CX/GL500's mechanical radiator fan with an electric fan.

Honda Transalp (XL650V)

The Honda Transalp is the name given to the XL400V, XL600V, XL650V, and XL700V series of dual-sport motorcycles manufactured in Japan by Honda since 1987. In 2000, the XL650V Transalp replaced the XL600V, introducing the engine from the Deauville and Honda Revere. The power output increased to 39 kW (52 hp) at 7,500 rpm, torque increased to 54 N·m (40 lbf·ft) at 5,500 rpm. A 4 mm bore diameter increase gave a 64 cc displacement increase. The shock absorbers were redesigned for road use, the ex

Honda XR650L

The XR650L is a dual-sport motorcycle manufactured by Honda, part of the Honda XR series. It was released in 1992 as a 1993 model.

Honda DN-01

The Honda DN-01 is a cruiser motorcycle made by Honda from 2008 to 2010. It was introduced at the 2005 Tokyo Motor Show and went on sale in Japan and Europe in 2008, in the United States in 2009, and was discontinued at the end of 2010. The Honda DN-01 is one of a small number of motorcycles offered by a major motorcycle manufacturer with an automatic transmission, the others being the Honda VFR1200F, NC700SD/NC750SD, and NM4; Yamaha FJR1300AE; and the Aprilia Mana 850.

Honda NC700D Integra

The Honda NC700D/NC750D Integra is a motorcycle/scooter hybrid made by Honda since 2012. Known internally as the RC62, the Integra was originally unveiled as the New Mid Concept in 2010, before being presented in production form at EICMA 2011 in Milan.

Honda CBX750

The CBX750, or RC17 is a Honda motorcycle sold primarily in Europe, South Africa and Australia. Manufactured from 1984 to 1988, the CBX750 was developed from the CB750, in parallel with the VF750, a wholly new design.

Honda Interceptor VF750F

The Honda VF750F was a street bike designed by Honda from 1983-1985. It had an 86 hp (64 kW), liquid-cooled, V4 engine which sported dual overhead cams (DOHC).

Honda VFR750

The Honda VFR750F is motorcycle produced by Honda from 1986 to 1997. Originally intended as a sports bike to compete with the Suzuki GSX-R750 and Yamaha FZ750 it was reassigned to a sports tourer with its replacement in racing of the Honda VFR750R followed by the introduction of the more rounded 1990 VFR750FL.

Honda CB750SC

The Honda CB750 is an air-cooled transverse in-line four cylinder engine motorcycle made by Honda over several generations for year models 1969–2003 as well as 2007 with an upright or standard riding posture.

Honda RVF750 RC45

The Honda RVF750R RC45 was a fully faired racing motorcycle created for homologation purposes for the Superbike World Championship by Honda Racing Corporation.

Honda NR

The Honda NR (New Racing) was a V-four motorcycle engine series started by Honda in 1979 with the 500cc NR500 Grand Prix racer that used oval pistons.

Honda XLV750R

The Honda XLV750R is a dual-sport motorcycle manufactured from 1983 to 1986 by Honda Motor Company, Japan.

Honda Crossrunner

The Honda Crossrunner is a versatile touring motorcycle launched by Honda at the 2010 EICMA Milan Motorcycle Show.

Honda CBR900RR

The Honda CBR900RR, also known as the Fireblade in some countries, is a large displacement sport bike introduced in 1992 by Honda.

Honda CBR954RR

The Honda CBR900RR, also known as the Fireblade in some countries, is a large displacement sport bike introduced in 1992 by Honda.

Honda RC211V

The Honda RC211V is a four-stroke race motorcycle from HRC (Honda Racing Corporation) developed in 2001 to replace the two-stroke Honda NSR500.

Honda CB1000

The CB1000 is a 998 cc (60.9 cu in) standard motorcycle made by Honda from 1992 to 1997.

Honda CB1000R

Honda CB1000R motorcycleThe Honda CB1000R is a naked bike manufactured by the Honda Motor Company. It was unveiled at the Milan Bike Show on 6 November, 2007 as a replacement for the Honda CB900F Hornet (known in the US as the Honda 919). The power of Honda CB1000R is provided by a 4-stroke, 998cc, liquid cooled, DOHC, horizontal in-line engine with electric starter. The engine is paired with a 6-Speed manual transmission and total fuel capacity is 4.5 gallons. The CB 1000R rides on aluminum wheels with a 120/70 ZR17 f

Honda CBF1000

The Honda CBF1000 is a family of sport touring motorcycles with water-cooled, 4-stroke, 1000 cc inline, 4-cylinder, engines which are based on the CBR1000RR Fireblade engine.

Honda CBR1000RR

Honda CBR1000RR motorcycleThe Power of CBR1000RR is provided by a 4-stroke, 999cc, liquid cooled, DOHC, horizontal in-line engine with electric starter. The engine is paired with a 6-Speed manual transmission and total fuel capacity is 4.7 gallons. The CBR 1000RR rides on aluminum wheels with a 120/70 ZR17 front tire and a 190/50 ZR17 rear tire. The front suspension is a inverted fork while the rear suspension is a twin sided swing arm. Front dual hydraulic disc brakes and rear hydraulic disc brakes provide stopping powe

Honda CBX1000

The Honda CBX was a sports motorcycle manufactured by Honda from 1978 to 1982. With a 1047cc inline six-cylinder engine producing 105 bhp (78 kW), it was the flagship of the Honda range.

Honda VTR1000f

The Honda VTR1000F, frame designation 'SC36', was a V-twin sport bike manufactured by Honda. Known in the U.S.

Honda Super Hawk

Two very different Honda motorcycles are commonly referred to as the Superhawk in various parts of the world.

Honda XL1000V Varadero

The Honda XL1000V Varadero is a dual-sport motorcycle produced by Honda. Different models have been in production from 1998 to 2013. Fuel injection was introduced in 2004, as well as ABS and smoother operation feed-back.

Honda Gold Wing (GL1100)

The second-generation Honda GoldWing was released in 1979 as a 1980 model, and the GL1100 would be continued through the 1983 model year. The GL1100 had an adjustable seat, and for the first time used tubeless tires, mounted on black reverse ComStar wheels.

Honda CBR1100XX

The Honda CBR1100XX Super Blackbird was a Honda motorcycle made from 1996 to 2007. The bike was developed to challenge the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-11 as the world's fastest production motorcycle, and Honda succeeded with a top speed of 178.5 mph (287.3 km/h).

Honda CB1100R

The Honda CB1100R was an exotic Honda model that was produced in limited numbers from 1981–1983. It was a single-seat, fully faired sport bike based on the Honda CB900F.

Honda VFR1200F

The Honda VFR1200F is the 7th generation Honda sport touring motorcycle from the VF and VFR line motorcycles powered by a transverse mounted V4 engine.

Honda CB1300

The CB1300 is a 1,284 cc (78.4 cu in) Honda motorcycle released in 1998 as a successor to the CB1000. Its engine, with minor modifications, came from the Honda X4, released in the previous year.

Honda Pan-European (ST1300)

The Honda ST1300, also marketed as the Honda ST1300 Pan European, is a sport touring motorcycle manufactured by Honda — introduced to Europe in 2002 as the ST1300 Pan European and North America in 2003, as the ST1300. Honda ST1100 features a standard riding posture, a liquid-cooled V4 engine and a fully faired body with standard hard panniers. Power comes from a lower-slung 1,261 cc V4 engine mounted as a stressed member in a lighter aluminum frame.

Honda Gold Wing (GL1500)

The Honda Gold Wing (colloquially Goldwing or GoldWing) is a series of touring motorcycles manufactured by Honda. Honda Gold Wing GL1500 has 1,520 cc (93 cu in) SOHC, flat-six engine. Although the GL1500 still used carburetors, there were just two large 36 mm CV Keihins supplying all six cylinders, the first time any Gold Wing had less than one carb per cylinder. One major innovation was the addition of a "reverse gear", which was actually a creative use of the electric starter motor linked to t

Honda Valkyrie (GL1500C/F6C)

The Honda Valkyrie is a motorcycle that was manufactured by Honda from 1996 to 2003. The Honda Valkyrie engine is a 1,520 cubic centimetres (93 cu in) liquid cooled, horizontally opposed flat-six engine transplanted from Honda GoldWing model. It was designated GL1500C in the US market and F6C ("Flat Six Custom") in other markets.

Honda Gold Wing (GL1800)

The GL-1800 was introduced in 2001, the first new Gold Wing model in more than a decade. The GoldWing GL1800 sports a formidable 1832cc, six-cylinder boxer engine which generates 118hp at 5500rpm and 123ftlbs of torque at 4000rpm. With its unrivaled combination of power, luxury and sporting capability, the 1832cc version continually redefines what a touring motorcycle can be.

Honda MT50

The Honda MT50 is an off road styled moped, common in Scandinavia and the Netherlands but also sold in other countries including UK and USA, that is more commonly known as the Honda MT5. Some countries had restricted versions designed to be ridden by learners.

Honda CB600F Hornet

The Honda CB600F (known as the Hornet in Europe and Brazil and 599 in the U.S.) is a standard motorcycle manufactured by Honda.

Honda XR600R

The Honda XR600R was a very popular offroad motorcycle with an air-cooled single cylinder 591 cc, four-stroke engine with with four valves placed in a RFVC (Radial Four Valve Combustion) radial disposition with a single camshaft. The bike was manufactured by Honda from 1985 to 2000 and was part of the Honda XR series. The currently available road oriented XR650L model is similar to the XR600R with an engine of more displacement but lower compression and less horsepower. The XR600R was superseded

Honda CRF230L

Honda CRF230L is a compact and lightweight adventure-loving dual-sport machine that willingly serves as an economical commuter, a motor-home runabout or a weekend outback-exploration vehicle.

Honda Big Ruckus

The Big Ruckus PS250 is a 250cc, CVT transmission-equipped two-seater scooter, manufactured by Honda; marketed in Japan for model years 2004-2007 and in North America for model years 2005-2006 — and noted for its minimal bodywork and expressed light-weight steel tubular frame, akin to the Honda Ruckus.

Honda CN250

The Honda CN250 is a scooter introduced by Honda to the United States market in 1986. It was marketed in the US as the Helix and in other parts of the world as the Fusion or Spazio.

Honda Helix

The Honda CN250 is a scooter introduced by Honda to the United States market in 1986. It was marketed in the US as the Helix and in other parts of the world as the Fusion or Spazio.

Honda Fusion

The Honda CN250 is a scooter introduced by Honda to the United States market in 1986. It was marketed in the US as the Helix and in other parts of the world as the Fusion or Spazio.

Honda Spazio

The Honda CN250 is a scooter introduced by Honda to the United States market in 1986. It was marketed in the US as the Helix and in other parts of the world as the Fusion or Spazio.

Honda Elite

The Honda Elite is a series of scooters manufactured by Honda since 1983. Honda currently makes the 108cc 2010 Elite.

Honda Express

The Honda Express or Honda NC50 is a scooter made by Honda between 1977 and 1983. Variants include the Express, Express II, Express SR and Urban Express.

Honda Joker

The Joker is a Honda scooter made from 1996 to 1999.

Honda Juno

The Honda Juno is a scooter. Two versions were produced, the K-series of 1954 (K, KA, KB), and the M-series of 1962 (M80, M85).

Honda Metropolitan

The Honda CHF50 is a scooter made by Honda and marketed as the Metropolitan in the United States, the Jazz in Canada, the Scoopy in Australia and Asia, and the Crea Scoopy in Japan.

Honda NH series

The NH series of Honda scooters was sold worldwide beginning in 1983, in 50, 80, 90, 100 and 125cc versions.

Honda Reflex

The Honda NS250 or Reflex was a 249 cc (15.2 cu in) Honda maxi-scooter.

Honda PCX 125

The Honda PCX is a scooter developed by Honda. Honda continues to produce the Honda PCX 125 cc version (with eSP) for export to select markets, such as Europe, where local licence requirements favour this engine displacement.

Honda PCX 150

The Honda PCX is a scooter developed by Honda. It is produced by Thai Honda Manufacturing in Thailand, and was first introduced for sale in November 2009. In 2012, the original engine was redesigned to decrease friction, increasing efficiency, and the displacement was increased to 152.9 cc.

Honda Ruckus

The Zoomer, designation NPS50, is a motorscooter developed by Honda and introduced in Japan and America in late 2002 for the 2003 model year; in Canada and the USA, the scooter is marketed as the Ruckus.

Honda RC series

RC is the prefix adopted for the large majority of works racing motorcycles manufactured by the Honda Racing Corporation (HRC), a subsidiary of Honda of Japan.

Honda RC212V

The Honda RC212V is a road racing motorcycle developed to race in the 800 cc (49 cu in) MotoGP series.

Honda NR500

NR500 was an innovative racing motorcycle developed by Honda HRC in 1979 to compete in Grand Prix motorcycle racing.

Honda NSR500

The Honda NSR500 is a race motorcycle from the Honda NSR series. It was created by HRC (Honda Racing Corporation) and debuted in 1984 for the Grand Prix motorcycle racing's 500 cc class.

Honda RC213V

The Honda RC213V is a road racing motorcycle developed to race in the MotoGP series for the 2012 season and on.

Honda RC214V

The Honda RC212V is a road racing motorcycle developed to race in the 800 cc (49 cu in) MotoGP series.

Honda CBR 1000RR ABS (FIREBLADE)

Honda CBR 1000RR ABS (FIREBLADE) motorcycleThe CBR1000RR, known in some countries as the Fireblade, is a 999 cc (61.0 cu in) liquid-cooled inline four-cylinder sport bike that was introduced by Honda in 2004 as the seventh-generation of the series of motorcycles that began with the CBR900RR in 1992. The Honda CBR 1000RR ABS is a sport style motorcycle with an MSRP of $14,800 and is upgraded for 2012. Power is provided by a 4-stroke, 999cc, liquid cooled, DOHC, horizontal in-line engine with electric starter. The engine is paired with a 6

Honda RS125

The RS125 is a race motorcycle built by the Honda Racing Corporation for the Grand Prix motorcycle racing's 125 cc class.

Honda RS250

The Honda RS250R was a race motorcycle manufactured by Honda to race in the 250cc class of the Grand Prix motorcycle World Championship.

Honda CRF100F

Honda CRF100F motorcycleThe Honda CRF100F is a off-road style motorcycle with 4-stroke, 99cc, air cooled, SOHC, single-cylinder engine with kick starter. The engine is paired with a 5-Speed manual transmission and total fuel capacity is 1.3 gallons. The front suspension is a telescopic fork while the rear suspension is a twin sided swing arm. The 99cc engine, Pro-Link® suspension and smooth-shifting five-speed transmission help build confidence and skill on the trail. While the low weight and seat height make it both

Honda CBR250RR

Honda CBR250RR motorcycle2016 All New Honda CBR250RR launched to carry a number of advanced and modern technologies. Even PT Astra Honda Motor (AHM) as the manufacturer claims that all the provisions given is one level above the competitors. i.e Yamaha R25 and Kawasaki Ninja 250R. To bring optimal control for the rider, Honda implement throttle-by-wire technology, otherwise known as TBW. All New Honda CBR250RR is the first model in its class to apply TBW, delivering more precise smooth and stable acceleration. Accelerat