Here's a new video from Honda, drumming up interest in their new V4. It's kinda nice, doesn't give much away but get to the end of the video (around 1m20secs in) and you'll hear Honda's new V4.So it's official, they've made it and it'll be out
frequented by key Honda personnel, is actually the catalyst for the firm’s current obsession with mass centralisation.Well, Sigmund Freud would have made the same link, wouldn’t he?
Press release from HondaBritain’s Dakar endurance rider Mick Extance is to lead two eight-day and two ten-day trips of a lifetime in Morocco.Riders will experience some of the most diverse and adventurous terrain in the world to include the famous
ARTIST Kyle Bean has turned the Honda Fireblade in to a work of art.The central theme for the art installation is: ‘The Conservation of Mass’, as the displays cleverly and innovatively highlight how matter cannot be created or destroyed, only
The Cope Law states that: the capacity of the bike you're riding is inversely proportional to your chances of a crash.Never was it more true than on the launch of Honda's CBR125R and CBR250R where a handful of UK journos were riding elbow to elbow
IN AN UMARKED warehouse in Torrance, California, lies a collection of classic Honda cars and motorcycles from the past four decades - most have never been seen by public eyes.The collection was started by a former executive of American Honda, Tom
Honda released their original C100 Super Cub way back in 1958 when other bikes at the time proved to be notoriously unreliable and difficult to ride. Since then, they have sold over 27 million C90s, with the step-through framed bike proving
Have those VIP tickets to the next MotoGP round failed to turn up again? Fear not, you can at least have a nose around the Respol Honda garage without leaving the comfort of your chair. Just click the image above.
Calling all motorcycle geeks. Can you identify this bike?It's from a Honda patent dating back to around 1992 and coinciding with both the original Fireblade design and the RC45 designs being patented. The back end and single-sided swingarm look
Those with a keen eye will see that this isn't the actual actual paintjob for the Honda TT Legends Fireblade; it's a picture of the bike, with the new paintjob photoshopped on. Whatever. It still looks classy..
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