The Honda Deauville. Not a name to instil excitement."What do you ride?""A Deauville, baby. Want to hop on and see the world?""Err, no thanks. I'd rather take the bus."But what is it that gives a bike such a reputation? Why do so many perceive
RUMOURS from Japan are suggesting that there's a new Honda Deauville tourer in the works and that it will recycle some of the technology from the short-lived DN-01.While the DN-01 never managed to sell in any serious numbers, the problem didn't lie
Click to read: Honda NT700V Deauville owners reviews, Honda NT700V Deauville specs and to see the Honda NT700V Deauville image gallery.The Deauville has been quietly going about its business since the late 90s and there are over 5000 of them
on the orange paint this year.Ahh the Honda Deauville. It's the bike everyone likes to bully, but this new Deauville ABS looks like a stylish leap forward. Using a 680cc v-twin water-cooled engine, the extra capacity should make the Deauville easier to ride
THE AA have added 50 ST1300 Pan Europeans to their fleet.Previously, the company used Silverwing 600 scooters and NT700VA Deauvilles but these have now reached the end of their service. The new ST1300s will patrol the most congested cities in the UK
luggage carrying capacity and a good turn of speed, in the right hands. What’s more, the Suuzki’s fuel-injected 650cc V-twin engine is one of the sweetest motors Suzuki have ever produced.Honda Deauville 650 £1500 - £4500The Deauville is the perfect first
interview.Imagine - Grayson Perry and the Tomb of the Unknown Craftsman airs on BBC1 tonight at 10.35.Don't expect him to be riding a burgundy Deauville...
complimentary luggage on the Crossrunner, VFR1200F and Deauville. The Crosstourer and its SE version - which includes over £2,500 worth of fitted accessories – are available on the PCP at £179 a month over 37 months.
Deauville with Urry on the back. Now, it normally annoys me when a magazine takes a bike and tries to do stupid things on it, but I have to admit this episode had us laughing. The very first lap I tipped into Old Hairpin at what I thought was a suitable
At a glance you'd say it was the outline of a Honda DN-01 but on closer inspection this Honda patent reveals itself to be something quite different.Under the distinctive shape hides a new parallel twin engine rather than the Deauville-derived V
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