Stylistically, it’s one of the best-looking cruisers on the market. Better yet, the rider triangle on Honda’s production “custom” Fury will allow taller riders to stretch out a bit more than its similarly-equipped brethren like the Sabre and Stateline. Where those bikes have lower “beach”-style handlebar that could clip a tall rider’s knees, the Fury’s bar sits higher. At 26.9 inches, its seat is higher off the ground than it looks, and the perfectly placed forward controls (directly under the grips) should keep any rider comfortable and looking cool all day long. Cycle-Ergo.com rates the Fury’s knee bend at 128 degrees (the lower the number, the more the rider’s knees are bent.).
As we recently reported, for 2014 the Fury comes in gorgeous Pearl White with a striking fire engine red frame.
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