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    No motorcycle manufacturer has traditionally offered a broader range of two-wheel products than Honda. From the CRF50F minibike to the potent CRF450R motocrosser, from the sporty, single-cylinder CBR300R to the raucous CBR1000RR-R Fireblade SP superbike, and from the entry-level Rebel cruiser, Grom minimoto and the relaunched Gold Wing luxury tourer, the Tokyo-based company serves the entire bike universe. Honda's roots as an engine company—and later a Grand Prix engineering powerhouse—rub off throughout the current model range. Today, Honda motorcycles are divided into the following categories: adventure, cruiser, dual sport, minimoto, off-road competition, sport, standard, touring, and trail.

    2021 Honda Motorcycles

    Discover the latest Honda dirt bikes and streetbikes in our 2020 motorcycle buyer’s guide. We ride and review all of the new Honda motorcycles and share our likes, dislikes, and overall opinion of each model, along with a breakdown of important specifications and retail pricing. Together with our dyno tests and comparisons, you’ll get a complete picture of every Honda in our buyer’s guide.

    Latest Honda Motorcycle Reviews

    Browse the latest Honda street and off-road motorcycle reviews and comparisons from Cycle World. We ride all of the 2020 Honda motorcycles. Read our detailed reviews and learn how those motorcycles stack up against their two-wheel competition in our comparisons.

    2020 Honda Motorcycles

    From the tiny Monkey to the award-winning Gold Wing, Cycle World breaks down every 2019 Honda motorcycle. Check out the technical specifications and retail pricing for all 2019 Honda motorcycles, plus previews, first-ride reviews, road tests, and comparisons.

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