Tag: Honda dirt bike review
2013 Honda NC700X: A Jack-Of-All-Trades Machine In this day and age, it’s rare to find a motorcycle that can provide everything you need in one single machine. Whereas many of today’s creations are customized to perform well in specific situations, very few bikes offer the flexibility most riders need and want. That is, until you [...]
2013 Honda CRF450X: A New Kind Of Honda Dirt Bike Anyone who knows me is aware that I’m a big fan of Honda dirt bikes. The style, the power, the riding experience – it just all works for me, and I have yet to find a Honda motorcycle that I wouldn’t think about buying if [...]
2013 Honda CRF250L: A Fun Dual-Sport Ride Dual-sport bikes are great for riders who don’t want to deal with the hassle of strapping their dirt bikes to a trailer and driving a car out to the track every time they feel like getting their wheels dirty. The dual sport family is certainly a smaller subset [...]
Honda makes a number of race-ready dirt bikes that span the range of classes, but if you’re looking for a 450cc motorcycle, you might want to check out the new CRF450R.
When it comes to dual sport motorcycles, Honda is the brand to beat. Not only did the company help popularize dualies, but the XR650L has been a staple of the dual purpose bike class for years.
It’s an unfortunate truth that smaller bikes mean less powerful engines, which leaves shorter riders in a lurch.
Many dirt bikes are built for smaller, agile riders, leaving those of us with a larger stature struggling to keep up.
Honda has pulled the lid off their new 2013 CRF450R and I gotta say, I’m already drooling with anticipation.
Honda has announced several of its upcoming 2011 models, expected to hit motorcycle stores by December 2010. The new or revamped models include four cruisers – the Fury, Interstate, and the Shadow RS and Phantom. While the Shadow Phantom offers an understated look and feel, the Fury chopper catches the eye and begs to be [...]