Oliepiel in the Netherlands has posted what are reportedly leaked shots of the new long-anticipated Honda Gold Wing, and what could be a new F6B-type bagger. The photos definitely have a legitimate look; the bikes appear to be finished products and ready to roll on October 24, which would mean these are what Honda was teasing with its “What Lies Beyond” video we posted on 9/11 (which features an original GL at the end).

For one thing, from this angle we can see that’s not the typical telescopic fork holding up the front end, and we can also see the new design looks far swoopier and more modern than your Dad’s Gold Wing – though the traditional Boxer Six-cylinder looks to still be in place. How big will it be? First there was GL1200, then GL1500, and currently we’re at 1832cc. Will we go to a full 2 liters?

She looks nice and thin through the midsection, which we hope accompanies a sorely needed weight reduction if we’re to keep pace with BMW’s Six-bangers. Notably absent in this shot is a clutch lever, which tells us Honda’s superb Dual Clutch Transmission must be an option.

The bike that redefined bells and whistles as they apply to the motorcycle will not be short of them, including various ride modes, big TFT display, 6500-rpm redline… the owner’s manual will be thick.

The aluminum frame appears to be basically unchanged. Though the bike itself looks lighter, the seat looks a bit broader, in a nod to American exceptionalism. That’s all we have for now. Stay tuned for October 24, when if not all, at least more will be revealed, leading up to the big EICMA show in Milan in November.

  • Old MOron

    Hmm, we’re going to have a good 2018 tourers shootout: Gold Wing, Star Venture, K1600GTL, etc.

    • Old MOron

      PS: Hey MOrons, when you do the Tourer Shootout, please include passenger opinions.

      No doubt, JB will chauffeur Ms Rogers, but the rest of you beware.
      If you can’t persuade your wife to come along, you get Sayyed Bashir!
      http://disq.us/p/1m6qthf

      • Sayyed Bashir

        Only if I get a free Dainese leather outfit.

        • Mahatma

          We didn’t know you were into leathers…;)

          • sgray44444

            Only vests and eye patches, arrrrrrrrrr!

        • Old MOron

          Only if you get a free leather “outfit”?
          C’mon Sayyed, you must have plenty of nice outfits already.

          (Been trying not to say anything for several days, but ultimately I can’t resist teasing you. Understand it’s all in good fun.)

    • Starmag

      Make sure to include the Wheelie category. I can’t wait for Duke’s striaght up and downer on the Star Venture.
      http://motorcycle.com.vsassets.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/031015-honda-gold-wing-wheelie.jpg

      • Mahatma

        See if he can do a Biaggi on one of them

  • JMDGT

    I love the dash on this thing.

  • John B.

    Looks like I’m getting old at just the right time!

    • Sayyed Bashir

      That’s when you have plenty of free cash.

      • HeDidn’tWeDid

        Ha! No…I keep spending it all on motorcycles.

        • Sayyed Bashir

          That’s what mean. Not on your kids.

  • Goose

    I keep looking at bikes for me and my sweetie and ending deciding I’ll be better off keeping my 2006 Road Glide. I spent a lot of time looking at the Goldwing and just couldn’t get over paying a premium price for an 17 year old bike, plus the weight, the lack of bluetooth, 1960s dash etc. Plus, even as a card carrying old guy, the current bike is pretty stodgy looking.
    This bike would probably address all that. Damn, I may have another round of research coming up. That blue one sure is a pretty touring bike, that dash is a huge improvement over the mess of steam gauges and switches on the current bike. I hope Honda doesn’t, yet again, screw the pooch.

    • vinnyvavoom

      Have you ridden the current wing? I traded my 07 ultra classic for one in 2013. The Honda is much better at being a motorcycle than the Harley touring bikes of that era (can’t speak for the new HOGs) but the Harley’s look “cooler”. IMnsHO…

      • Goose

        No, I’m way behind on Goldwings. The last one I rode had six cylinders but was only a 1500. Everything I’ve read/ heard agrees with you about how the GWs work. Add a very interesting encounter with a well ridden one that supported that theory. Between my cowardice on blind corners, a very tight road, that thing being nearly a lane wide and it’s “squirt” off the corners it took far longer than I would have guessed to get past.

        I’m hoping Honda will keep, even improve, the over the road performance and address some of the other issues that made me decide to keep my Harley.

        My Roadie is better than most non-Harley types think because I’ve done a lot of work on the chassis, it was pretty poor stock. A third link between the engine/ swingarm and the main frame stiffened the chassis, Racetech springs and Emulators made the horribly set up Showa forks work pretty well, much better shocks (JRis) both improved the ride and keep the tire on the road in the bumpy corners, the old hawg does pretty well. But I’m sure the Honda would be better, its chassis looks like it would be much stiffer.

        • John A. Stockman

          Sounds like you addressed the FL frame issues before HD did! Very nice set up there. I had a 1st gen GL1500, and a couple friends had the big twin Harleys. One was a mid 2000s Road King. It felt like it had a hinge right where the tank and seat met. Even more so when leaned over on any curve. Fortunately the lean angle restrictions kept it from getting too squirrelly, but he eventually sold it because of that issue. The dealer tried the factory-recommended fixes, but they didn’t work. The rear wheel was visibly out-of-line with the front when I rode behind him. When we swapped bikes so he could see it for himself, he was shocked. 2008 they fixed that issue, and a ride on that generation of Road King proved it. I’ve ridden quite a few GL1800s, man the weight. Still a great machine, my wish was for less plastic, even on my old ‘1500. Once the crew here gets it on their scale, we will see how much, if any, weight reduction has been achieved.

          • Goose

            I wondered about the time/ money I put into the chassis until a friend and I had a miscommunication, I thought he was bringing his Aprillia, he thought we were bringing our big bikes. He’d never ridden a Ducati so we swapped bikes. Riding his Sport Glide I was thinking “this chassis is fine, why did I do all that work and spend all that money”? Then I trail braked into a bumpy corner. SH*T! Money well spent, time well spent. Nice that new Harley owners no longer have to do but my bike is well over 100 pounds lighter than a 2017 FLHT so I’m not too upset. Just wish it had the sweet M-8 motor…

  • John A. Smith

    I hope DCT is just an option and not a mandate. Nothing wrong with DCT, but it’s just not the riding experience I’m interested in.

    • Kevin Duke

      It’s not. Some pics show a clutch lever.

      • John A. Smith

        Good!

    • sgray44444

      I think this is the bike that should have showcased it in the first place! It’s already an Accord on two wheels. Might as well have an automatic transmission in it too.

  • Gruf Rude

    Just looking at all the buttons and switches makes my head hurt. Distracted riding anyone?

    • Mad4TheCrest

      Ah, just something to play with while bombing along boring old I-5. It would be nice to add adaptive cruise control in case you do get caught up playing with those controls.

    • Brian Fistler

      All the switches? Have you actually looked at the “cockpit” of the current Gold Wings? In comparison, this looks absolutely Spartan. 😉

      • Jim L

        It’s still behind the times. As usual.

        • Vac

          Nope! GW are “intemporal”. Built to last for a very long time. This goes to forget about fashionable looks and get through decades without loosing a modern line.

          • Jim L

            No. It’s like comparing a ’92 crown vic to a new 750iL. They are way long in tooth. Too many buttons and controls, ridiculous that ABS isn’t standard and at the cost of it, there are other better choices, particularly if one is tall.

          • Vac

            Nope, Crown Vic did not last decades. GW do ! Of course GW’s are not the latest technology wise, but they remain the most reliable and long living. Probably why Honda don’t renew the model often. Don’t touch something that works and sells ! A bike for every taste ? Nope ! But I prefer a reliable bike to a technologically advanced one.

          • Jim L

            I prefer a little of both. The user interface on the honda is horrible. I’d rather have a stripped down bike than have to deal with how it’s setup. I also don’t like the seating position. It locks one in and the feet aren’t under me. The GTL tried to emulate that. I prefer the GT or RT. Then there’s the weight. It’s totally unnecessary.

  • Deryl Clark

    Leaked photos of a top secret Honda from the Netherlands.
    My third cousins barber’s says the wife of the counter person at the 7-11 he frequents told him her big brother’s parole officer ain’t buying this story.

    • Douglas

      What’s your 3d cousin’s name? This bears checkin’ out…..

  • Mad4TheCrest

    I know Goldwings are smooth and comfortable, and can handle the curves if you are a good enough pilot, but … really who buys something this big and heavy as a motorcycle? At this size you are at the point of deciding between a convertable/moonroof sporty car or the privilege of holding 900 lbs (1000?) upright with your spindly legs at stops. Now that they are going essentially automatic the choice is even murkier.

    • therr850

      Unless you have a habit of leaning at stops, holding these up is no harder than any other monotrack vehicle.

      • Mad4TheCrest

        There’s always the gotcha of putting a foot down on an uneven surface or other things that undermine firm footing and thus balance. When this happens I’d prefer to be dealing with 500 lbs vs 900. Of course Honda’s been working on self-balancing motorcycles; so maybe adding that feature to this behemoth will remove all concerns …

        • Douglas

          Then don’t buy one…..it’s likely too big for you.

          • Jim L

            mass≠quality.

          • Mad4TheCrest

            Class reply there Douglas. But hey, you are correct, although not in the insulting way you intended: A Goldwing is far too big in every way for my tastes. The heaviest bike I have ever owned (still own) weighs 547 lbs fully-fueled (ZRX1200R), and that still feels like a massive bike to me. My newest bike (Street Triple) weighs a measly 420 and I had a Ducati 1198 before that which was just slightly heavier. The biggest, heaviest bike I have ever ridden was a Triumph Rocket III at just around 800lbs. A Goldwing is another level of huge, so it doesn’t interest me to own; however, I do follow them because Honda sometimes brings out new tech on Wings first. Also because I like nearly all bikes (whether I’d own one or not).

          • Douglas

            Well, if I intended to insult you, believe me, you’d know it.

            I’ll be 71 in a couple months and have an 820lb Vulcan Nomad 1600 and find that it’s about perfect for its intended purpose….not the best town bike, due to having to shift and having to pass some good parking spots (that my little 170 scooter would easily fit into), but for the open road, it’s in its milieu and superbly comfortable. You wanted to know who buys bikes like this? An awful of folks….I see more ‘Wings, EGlides, big Indians & Victorys, etc, than anything else. They know what they want. Do you expect Honda to build a 500lb Goldwing?

          • Mad4TheCrest

            You may be right; your reply to my comment was a little more insulting than your first reply, so I believe you when you say youcan be more insulting.

            About that 500lb Goldwing; no, don’t be absurd. They tried that before – the CX500 based Silverwing then a big scooter by that name. And they didn’t sell that well. Honda would probably say their CTX700 (570lbs?)and 1300 (760lbs?) models fill that gap now. Not sure they sell either.

          • Vac

            True! I’ve traveled all 48 states and most of Canada, and GW are less numerous in California. They will be seen in National Parks and scenic touring roads. I’ve been through LA on mine, never again.

          • Born to Ride

            Dude… I see TONS of goldwings in the LA and Southern California region. It’s ubiquity is only surpassed by Road Glides and their ilk. I have seen riders split lanes on a Golwing with unbelievable alacrity. I’m gonna stop short of calling you a liar, but you must have some seriously selective attention if you can make the claim that you don’t see many goldwings on Southern California roads…

          • Mad4TheCrest

            Well, I can return the courtesy and stop short of calling YOU the liar (and troll). My experience over 16 years riding bikes around LA and over 25 years driving cars around the area (but being bike-aware), I have seen far fewer Goldwings on the road then HD’s of various sizes. And almost zero GW’s in the eastern mountains (Angeles Crest and surroundings), and very few Wings while commuting. So just where you’ve been seeing all these tons of GW’s around LA intrigued me. Can you tell me what part of LA you ride (you do ride?), and where you’ve seen all these Wings? Maybe you’re lumping Orange County into ‘LA’?

          • Born to Ride

            I ride 20k miles a year all over Southern California. I attended cal poly Pomona for 3 years, I have a friend that I visit 3-5 times a month that lives in bellflower, dated a girl that lived in Long Beach, then in Covina, and I lived in Fullerton for 6 months(OC I know). By saying that Harley’s are more common, you are not proving your point that goldwings are nonexistent. I literally see them everywhere. However I will say that they are more common inland and in San Diego than the heart of LA.

          • Mad4TheCrest

            If you check my posts I mentioned that a lot of GW’s have been sold since the first model in the ‘70s. Given that being reliable bikes and many may have long lives, you are bound to see a GW here and there across such a wide area as Greater LA. My point was that while I spot them from time to time, they are not common, are vanishingly rare on the mountain roads and seldom seen during the thick of the commutes i’ve ridden. On top of that my question was are the recent model years of GW selling? My point was I doubt they’ll sell them into the riding world I know and experience every week in LA. In the vast middle of America, who knows? But i’ll bet there they sell far less than HD baggers.

          • Born to Ride

            I have a multistrada 1100S, a monster S2R1000, and a Moto Guzzi California. In my experience, the most common GW are the 1800cc models. It’s hard to discern their model year on the road due to the fact that the bike has been largely the same for well over 10 years. Perhaps in your neck of LA you might not see many Goldwings, but commuting daily on the 10 and the 91, I see them nearly every day. Sure, harley touring bikes are more numerous, but the GW is the #2 touring bike I see on the road. your post is misleading because you claim that GW models are scarce in ALL of Southern California, then retconned it to say LA, now you are saying in the city but less so in the surrounding regions. SoCal is a lot bigger than just the heart of LA. So for the record, you’re pointing out that it’s less likely to see one of the largest touring bikes plodding along in one of the most congested cities in the country. Well duh dude. You’re going to see them out on the open highways. Also you’re unlikely to see them in the sportbike hangouts like mulholland and Angela’s Crest, well duh again. It’s not that kind of bike.

            As far as whether or not I’d buy one? No, I wouldn’t. Too much bike for my taste. I like lighter agile bikes and my favorite engine configuration is the V-Twin. But that’s kind of irrelevant no?

          • Mad4TheCrest

            You must be a Goldwing magnet; perhaps you should buy one. I’ll take that S2R1000 off your hands – I miss my S4RS.

          • Born to Ride

            Yeah no, they are burying me with that bike. It’s a 2006 with the white wheels to match the white offcenter stripe down the tank and cowl. Best looking monster by far.

          • Emma Ibarra

            I owned a 2007 Goldwing for 10 years and I think I was the only one in LA county that owned one. I never see them either. If they sell tons of them it’s not around me. I think I have seen one in the last 6 months and ride daily in the LA area. Now on a FJR1300

          • Jim L

            I owned a 1600 nomad. It was a decent reliable cruiser, but I would have liked ABS, cruise control and a better seat. I got a mustang seat and it was a 125 mike seat at best for me. I sold it and bought a 2009 R1200RT. No comparison. 250lbs lighter, higher load capacity, much more range, way better brakes, acceleration, and wind management. Better ride too. Bumps that would jar my spine on the nomad we’re hardly noticeable on the RT. Before the beemer, I owned nothing but Kawasaki’s, but team green left me. They just didn’t have what I wanted. The RT seating position reminds of my first bike, a kz1000, but sits higher. Anyway, I’m open to other bikes, but the extra weight isn’t necessary.

          • sgray44444

            I really think he has a point. It’s still a motorcycle, but at what point does the weight and bulk render it unable to perform as one? I think a lot of the old guys out there would be better off buying a Miata.
            That said, if I had the money, I wouldn’t mind having a new wing. Since the 1800 came out I have been interested in them. I generally prefer light bikes and I wouldn’t own one as my only ride, but for long distance or even long commutes it would be a nice option to have.

    • mhgoldwing

      Says the guy who has never ridden a Wing longer than a test ride. Or followed it on a three week 6,000 mile trip.

      • Mad4TheCrest

        I didn’t know Goldwing owners were so sensitive. Apologies if I have cast aspersions on your favorite ride, but I hope you realize that a brand/model choice is a very subjective, personal decision. I have followed Goldwings since their first appearance in the ’70s. I appreciated their utility as they grew larger and sprouted more and more bodywork and luggage over the years. I applauded my Uncle when he bough an Aspencade for touring with his wife, and did not chide him when he dropped it multiple times. I have viewed with amazement how skilled riders can run their Wings through coned courses or rail on the Tail of The Dragon. I wave at every Goldwing rider, even though they seldom wave back. But my preference has always been towards lighter more nimble rides and towards sport-tourers that provide comfort but still ‘feel’ like motorcycles and not two-wheeled cars. And yes, I know that no matter how large and heavy and whether they have a reverse gear or not, a two-wheeled vehicle will never be a car. But to me they start to feel like one when I find myself surrounded by a large dash and copious instruments, a big wide screen and sitting in a machine with vast wheelbase and girth. For me that is the wrong direction. For you it is obviously the right one. We can both express our opinions, right?

    • Duane Delperdang

      Who buys them? Are you kidding? Take a look around. Lots of people buy them.

      • Mad4TheCrest

        Not where I live and ride, Duane, but I respect those who do buy Wings. Let Those Who Ride Decide (what they ride).

      • Born to Ride

        He’s a little delusional, he thinks there are no GW on the road in SoCal, when in actuality they are one of the most common bikes by far.

        • Mad4TheCrest

          Delusional? You are the one stalking after my posts like an obsessed fanboy.

    • BGM1911

      You are obviously not a motorcycle rider of any type. Stay in your cage for the sake of all bike riders.

      • Mad4TheCrest

        What are you, a bot, or just a troll? You clearly haven’t read through the full comments I’ve made here. If you had you would know where I ride and what I ride. I’m 62 and I’ve been riding since I was 15; what about you?

        • BGM1911

          Go back and read your “post” that I replied to. That post clearly comes across as a typical cager: ” At this size you are at the point of deciding between a convertable/moonroof sporty car…” I’m on my 2nd Gl1800, and the thought has never crossed my mind that I be verging on car territory. There is no “decision” to be made.

          And I shouldn’t have to read ALL your posts to establish your credibility. Quit being so thin skinned and feel the need to be defensive.

          • Mad4TheCrest

            Your logic is off brother. You think my NOT loving a bike that verges on small car territory in weight/size makes me a ‘typical cager’? If I was wouldn’t I want my bikes MORE like cars rather than less?

            And sensitivity? Hell, you called ME a CAGER, I only suggested you might be a troll.

    • Mark D

      They sell a TON of these bikes, so somebody must like them! But I agree: at the Goldwing point, I’d rather just call it a day and buy a Miata.

      • Mad4TheCrest

        Are they really selling that many Goldwings? The total numbers sold over the years since the introduction in the 70’s is more than huge, but have they really sold that many recently? It wouldn’t appear so where I live (SoCal), but it’s possible the sales vary by region and have been higher elsewhere.

        • Mark D

          I live in LA too and also don’t see that many in town, but when I’m out on the open room, I see quite a few. Check out the local biker bar in, say, Tahoe or Fresno. You’ll see a lot of GWs.

          I agree with you though; my R1150r is about 535 wet, and at the high of bikes I’d be comfortable with (but it KILLS for two-up riding!)

          • Born to Ride

            I can hardly go for a ride and not see a goldwing on the road or parked somewhere. I don’t know what this guy is smoking.

          • Mad4TheCrest

            Why are you posting like I’m not here and can’t see you. I’ll tell you what, let’s cut out the trash talk and hearsay, let’s do an experiment; we are both SoCal riders so let’s arrange to meet up and go for a ride together. Well make it a mix of freeway drone, coastal dice, and mountain carving. We’ll tally the GWs we see and find out who’s delusional or been smoking. My only condition is you must bring your S2R.

          • Born to Ride

            What are you talking about? Posting like you can’t see me? I literally engaged you directly in this discussion the same day as I responded to these postings. I haven’t added anything to this thread since then. You’re a little paranoid, friend. Also, I’d be happy to go for a ride with you, but the S2R isn’t coming unless you meet me at my place and help me rebuild the top end. I was chasing low compression and figured I’d take it as an opportunity to upgrade to 98mm pistons. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/9e4abd53cfa4c964c1b14511f832ffd7bd3ea29f724f8109fe9d030383c5da33.jpg

          • Mad4TheCrest

            What do I mean? You know what I mean. Too bad about the S2R, but good luck with the upgrade.

          • Born to Ride

            Thanks, she will live to ride another day. Guaranteed.

  • Darrell Kendall

    Got a feeling you better have VERY Deep Pockets

    • HeDidn’tWeDid

      Lots of 30K-plus trikes and CVO Harleys running around Arkansas. I don’t think Honda will have trouble moving these new Goldwings.

  • Buzz

    If it’s the real deal it looks much better.

    Engine components are much more exposed giving it a more mechanical look.

    BMW did the same when the GT replaced the GT and the GTL replaced the LT.

    Less plastic, more metal is always a good thing.

    • sgray44444

      Good point. Hopefully Honda is abandoning it’s, uh… unique… tupperware and getting back to form that follows function a little closer.

    • John A. Stockman

      Yes, yes to less plastic. I bought a low-mile 1988 GL1500 in 1997. I put 172,000 miles on that machine in 11 years, the only issue was with, obviously, the stock alternator. Replaced it with one of those 90 amp units at the 40K mark, then 130K+ trouble-free miles. I never thought I’d own a GL when I was able to ride again in ’83, but it was a terrific bike, allowing me to take my girlfriend with me on many memorable trips. She felt comfortable and so did I. The only downside was all the plastic panels. I enjoyed working on and maintaining all my motorcycles. Starting out on singles and twins that had the bare minimum of ‘ware, I got an aftermarket and factory shop manual to help with all that plastic. I became proficient with removing and re-installing all that stuff but still longed for less of it. Seeing this, I like the styling; I’ll have to wait and see how much weight has been removed. I remember something about a new front suspension, looks like it has. Can’t wait to see more pics and tech on that feature.

  • Michael Lynch

    It is about time! The Old GL1800 is the definition of “long of tooth”.

  • Jim L

    Have to wonder if it’s just another obese japanese creation. Yes, lighter is the most expensive thing with bikes, but they’ve had 18 years to figure it out.

    • Goose

      Absolutely agree on both points. The current GW you have to order the most expensive option package (~$30,000) to get ABS. Just insane. Agree on the buttons/ dials knobs as well. The picture of the dash looks much better than the current GW.

  • Bubba Blue

    It should have had a V-8.

    • Jim L

      Or a bored and stroked ST1300 engine in a lighter platform.

    • sgray44444

      Flat eight would be cool.

  • Chicago_Joe

    The windshield looks like my 1200RT’s. That would be a big plus if its electric.

  • Jeff L

    Ahem. FIRST there was the GL1000, then the GL1100, then the GL1200, all with four cylinders. Then came the GL1500 and GL1800 sixes.

  • Max Wellian

    Svelte yes, but what happened to the radiators? Air cooled now?

    • denchung

      From some Honda patents I’ve read, the radiator may have moved to the front, though I wonder about how that is positioned with that front suspension.

      Some patents also showed a smaller rear-facing radiator directed toward the rear wheel.

    • Gee S

      Some pictures I’ve seen reproduced elesewhere show the radiators mounted high, to the side, and tilted outward about 40 degrees.

      If you look at these pictures and see a a grill and an air deflector at the rear edge of the upper fairings, that’s where the radiators and fans are located.

  • Kevin Polito

    The first Gold Wing was the GL1000. The Wing doesn’t need a 2-liter engine and a half-ton curb weight. The 2018 Honda Accord base engine is a turbocharged, direct-injection 1.5-liter inline-4 that produces 192 horsepower and 192 lb-ft torque from 1,500 to 5,000 rpm. What the Wing needs is engineering.

    • Douglas

      Apples & oranges…..

  • Jim

    This is a nice looking bike. I wonder if they found a way to make the foot shifter more accessible, or if there will be a way to mount highway pegs.

  • William Buffton

    The transmission was only a matter of time, but the questions I have relate to the engine. Bored and rebaked 1800 or something new?

  • desselle0010

    Looks like a big ST1300.

  • Harold O’Brien

    Dual clutch technology??? As an amputee, I’ve spent 40 years riding motorcycles with only a right arm now they come out with a touring bike that doesn’t require a left. Keep it, most of the fun of riding a motorcycle is rowing the gears on twisty back roads. Besides, .. what is tis monster going to cost $35K.

  • Junker

    Oh man, I want a new F6B but I just wish they would give it a really cool, catchy name….like, I dunno, maybe ELUDER. That would be so cool.

  • bigfish

    The DCT auto shift will be great. I have an NC 700 with DCT and it is wonderful. If you aren’t needing to shift to race around or make needless noise you should give it a chance. I had an 07 Wing and while it seems bulky to me, I always thought it would be a more relaxing ride with the auto. Like who buys a Buick with a manual trans? Don’t knock until you try it for 50 miles. I am convinced. I just can’t afford a new car OR bike anymore.

  • khickok

    I swear I saw a red one this morning in Boca Raton, FL. Beautiful big Honda. Lucky rider! Going west on Spanish River Blvd on I95 overpass.