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2014 Honda Ctx1300 on 2040motos

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YearYear:2014 MileageMileage:0 ColorColor: Metallic Black
Location:

Conyers, Georgia

Conyers, GA

Honda CT tech info

TypeType:Touring PhonePhone:(877) 886-0222

Honda CT description

2014 Honda CTX1300, CALL TO SAVE $$$$ - The Evolution Of Our CTX Family: The New CTX1300 Some motorcycles take a proven formula and change it up a little. Then there’s Honda’s new CTX family of bikes—they’ve blown their class wide open and completely reinvented it. The new CTX1300 is a great example: With a 1,261 cc V-4 engine it has plenty of power. Innovations abound in the integrated bodywork.

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Day 7 Dakar 2014: Barreda Wins Another

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