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Great motorcycles are almost always defined by their motors, and Honda’s original 1969 CB750K0 is no exception. Known simply as the K-Zero to insiders, the Honda was the first mass-produced four-cylinder in the motorcycle world that was widely available. In an era of twins, its cylinder count alone doubled the ante.
With the 2013 Honda PCX150, the freeway is in reach, especially in urban areas where the speed limit is restricted to 55 mph. In town, the PCX150 is hugely fun and practical, and that's what a scooter is all about.
Honda’s new NC700X is a real breath of fresh air in today’s world of specialized motorcycles, a new concept in streetbikes, and one that puts the FUN in Functional. During the week it’s an awesome commuter. On the weekend it lets you go exploring in the country, or carve up a twisty canyon road. Click the link to watch the video.
The NC700X was designed with accessories in mind, and can take you in whatever direction you want to go—customize your NC700X to serve as an adventure-style bike, a commuter, a tourer or the unique style that fits your own.
In designing the 1992 CBR900RR FireBlade, Tadao Baba not only
revolutionized the two-wheeled world, he created the blueprint for
the modern day sportbike and became one of the most influential
bike designers ever.
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