Honda was begun in the late 1940s as Japan struggled to rebuild following the second World War. Company founder Soichiro Honda first began manufacturing piston rings before turning his attention to inexpensive motorcycles. Mr. Honda always had a passion for engineering, and this became evident by the wild sales success of his motorcycles in the 1960s and by competing head-to-head against the worlds best on racetracks. Today, Honda is a juggernaut, offering class-leading machines in most every category.
A look back at Honda’s big-displacement racer.
We pit a trio of motorcycles, none of which is equipped with a clutch lever, against each other for a no-shift shootout.
Honda has taken a risk and created a niche market unto itself in the Sport-Touring-Bagger with the CTX1300.
We ride Honda’s Ducati killer.
Honda’s engineers designed a motorcycle with real-world economy and accessible performance.
In this look back in the motorcycle.com vaults, we revisit the 2002 Scooter Smackdown.
Laugh if you want, but when it comes to practical, comfortable and fun two-wheeled transportation, scooters hit the mark.
What motorcycle has a flat-Six engine and causes power junkies to salivate and then beg whenever its name is mentioned?
Give a hearty welcome to the 2014 Honda CB650F and CBR650F.
For some riders the top of the line isn’t enough, and Honda wants to give these folks what they deserve.
Just in time for the EICMA show in Milan, Honda has officially revealed the 2014 CTX1300 to the world press.
The Honda CB500X feels more substantial than its engine capacity suggests.
If we got a dime every time we were asked what to buy as a first bike, we could easily buy a Kawasaki
The Honda Grom brings back that youthful enjoyment we can all remember from the first time we swung a leg over a motorcycle.