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Our Honda motorcycles page includes the best in magazine-worthy features, from a badass 1977 Honda CB750F2 Brat Bike and an owner's sweet collection of Honda CB750s to a 1977 MT125R GP Racer and the legendary 305cc Honda Super Hawk. Check back as we plan to update this page with the latest in Honda motorcycles including news, new models, concepts, and more.

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The 2014 Honda Valkyrie is Back with Bite

With the new redesigned 2014 Valkyrie, Honda is back with a bite from its futuristic LED headlight to the angular touches throughout.
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Twisted : A 1996 Honda Magna Only An Owner Can Love

Most would take something ugly and make it beautiful. Not Dustin Gavel. His 1996 Honda Magna was an unloved monstrosity, wishing to make it more grotesque.
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Abused, beaten and broken: TJ Cycle’s Honda XR500 Motorcycle

That’s how many motorcycles arrive at Mark Blundell’s Calgary-based boneyard. Sometimes, all they need is a little love and nurturing and they have a...
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This 1977 Honda MT125R Was A Challenging Restoration

Artist and motorcycle enthusiast Bill Rodgers finds out Honda's little GP Racer - the 1977 MT125R - is a challenging restoration. Yet, an uncompromising ride.
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A 1978 Honda CX500 Motorcycle by Designer David Mucci

Chicago-based designer David Mucci takes a 1978 Honda CX500 does his magic. The CX-series of motorcycles share a similar layout Moto Guzzi.

Punk’d! A Badass 1977 Honda CB750F2 Brat Bike

The do-it-yourself ethos of punk music inspired a man born long after the music itself had died. A 1977 Honda CB750F2 Brat Bike motorcycle story. As...

A Great Collection of Honda CB750 Motorcycles Each With Character

Few machines have impacted the motorcycle market quite like the Honda CB750 Four.
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The Honda SuperHawk: Bring Japanese Bikes to the Masses

Legendary 305cc Honda Super Hawk machine helped bring the Japanese brand to the masses.

TJ Cycle’s Sportster Custom: Old Parts for a New Motorcycle

Oh, Behave! Builder uses parts at hand to construct Miss Behavin' - a sportster custom bike. Creating something from nothing is what Mark Blundell does best....