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  • 2012 Honda FSC600 SILVER WING Scooter 2012 Honda FSC600 SILVER WING Scooter (2012)
    2012 HONDA FSC600 SILVER WING, The Ultimate Scooter.This Honda Silver Wing means serious business. And it⿿s all thanks to a long list of luxury / comfort features, including full-coverage bodywork, a generous windscreen, and a large, comfortable seat with room for two. Plus it⿿s all powered by a strong, 582 cc two-cylinder engine with liquid cooling and fuel injection, making the Silver Wing one heck of a ride.Even more, the Silver Wing comes packed with a no-hassle V-Matic automatic transmission and our Anti-lock Brakes for extra confidence in unexpected conditions.Let the long journey begin, with the Honda Silver Wing.
    2013-10-02 15:22:55
    Woodburn, OR, US
    0
    8,499.00
  • 2009 Honda VT750 AERO Cruiser 2009 Honda VT750 AERO Cruiser (2009)
    2009 HONDA VT750 AERO, NICE 2009 HONDA VT750 AERO. BLACK WITH THE SNAKE SKIN FLAMES!!! CUSTOM CRAFTED WOOD SADDLEBAGS, MEMPHIS SHADES WINDSHIELD, 11,936 MILES, 50+ MPG.
    2013-09-05 07:43:02
    Woodburn, OR, US
    11
    4,699.00
  • 1999 Honda VLX600 Cruiser 1999 Honda VLX600 Cruiser (1999)
    1999 Honda VLX600, The best value in customs boasts an incredibly low, 25.6-inch seat height and a spirited look. The 2000 Shadow VLX and Shadow VLX Deluxe are a pair of aces.Engine 583cc liquid-cooled V-twin engine produces impressive power over a broad rpm-range. Three-valve cylinder head design utilizes two spark plugs per cylinder for excellent combustion efficiency and high power output.
    2013-09-05 07:40:53
    Sublimity, OR, US
    16
    2,999.00
  • 1992 Honda Cub 1992 Honda Cub (1992)
    1992 Honda Cub, The original PIT bike.Engine size 85 ccPower 8 bhpTop speed 50 mph
    2013-09-05 07:15:30
    Sublimity, OR, US
    0
    1,399.00
  • 2011 Honda Pcx PCX125 Scooter 2011 Honda Pcx PCX125 Scooter (2011)
    2011 Honda Pcx PCX125, 2011 Honda PCX Scooter. 125cc, 100 mpg, automatic trans and clean as a whistle! Contact: Toyota-Scion of Bend 61430 So.
    2013-09-05 06:49:25
    bend, OR, US
    1
    2,500.00
  • 2002 Honda Sabre 1100 Cruiser 2002 Honda Sabre 1100 Cruiser (2002)
    2002 Honda Sabre 1100, Its dragster-style seat boasts a low, 690mm seat height for flat-footed confidence while the flat handlebar offers a more performance-oriented seating position.Twin, shotgun-style exhausts ensure efficient scavenging for extra high-rpm urge while the wide 120/90-18 front tire and massive, 170/80-15 rear tire ride on 'dragbike' solid wheels. The powerful front disc brake features a twin-piston caliper with a large-diameter 316mm rotor.It's not often that such a beautiful motorcycle performs so well. But then not all bikes are a Shadow Sabre.
    2013-09-05 06:48:13
    Sublimity, OR, US
    25
    3,999.00
  • 1989 Honda NX650 Dual Sport 1989 Honda NX650 Dual Sport (1989)
    1989 Honda NX650, Save gas on your commute or have fun on the trails. Honda NX650 is perfect for almost anything.The Honda Dominator is the motorcycle that defined the urban trailie craze of the Nineties. Beloved by town-bound motorcycle couriers and B-road hackers thanks to its punchy delivery, rufty-tufty build quality and commanding riding position the Honda Dominator still makes its mark as a value-for-money commuting motorcycle.
    2013-09-05 06:26:49
    Sublimity, OR, US
    38
    2,499.00
  • 2010 Honda VT750 SHADOW RS Standard 2010 Honda VT750 SHADOW RS Standard (2010)
    2010 HONDA VT750 SHADOW RS, ALMOST NEW CONDITION!! LOTS OF EXTRAS!
    2013-09-05 06:24:45
    Coos Bay, OR, US
    10
    5,499.00
  • RARE ASCOT FT500 THUMPER (SINGLE) AFFORDABLE COLLECTER MUSEUM QUALITY RIDERARE ASCOT FT500 THUMPER (SINGLE) AFFORDABLE COLLECTER MUSEUM QUALITY RIDE (1982)
    RARE 1982 HONDA FT 500 Ascot WOW-----Super cool Motorcycle!!! I wanted to buy one of these when they first came out --- but couldn't afford it! (Sad but true - bought a Passport 70 instead that I still own!!!!) I purchased this bike from a local Portland Honda collection owned by a friend of a friend!
    2013-09-05 08:25:48
    Eugene, Oregon, US
    6,188
    2,100.00
  • 2012 Honda Stateline (VT1300CR) Cruiser 2012 Honda Stateline (VT1300CR) Cruiser (2012)
    2012 Honda Stateline (VT1300CR), CLEAN!! - Grabs your attention...and never lets go. The first time you see it, the Honda Stateline will grab your attention and refuse to let go.
    2013-09-05 06:04:24
    Salem, OR, US
    1
    9,999.00
  • 1995 Honda Helix 250cc Scooter (60+ mpg)1995 Honda Helix 250cc Scooter (60+ mpg) (1995)
     For sale is my 1995 Honda Helix 250cc scooter. The scooter runs and drives great. It has 15,420 miles on the scooter.
    2013-09-03 22:04:15
    Boardman, Oregon, US
    15,400
    800.00
  • 2012 Honda Interstate (VT1300CT) Cruiser 2012 Honda Interstate (VT1300CT) Cruiser (2012)
    2012 Honda Interstate (VT1300CT), SLEEK - Long Distance Operator. Who hasn’t dreamed of owning an awesome custom motorcycle? And who hasn’t dreamed of taking off for a weekend—or a week—and going on a nice long ride where the cell phone doesn’t ring and there’s no email to answer?
    2013-09-05 05:54:54
    Salem, OR, US
    0
    10,999.00
  • 1971 Honda CB 7501971 Honda CB 750 (1971)
    Second owner of California 1971 CB 750 K1.  Just over 18,000 miles on totally stock bike with the addition of Dyna electronia ignition and Dyna coils.  No points, runs cleaner and stronger.
    2013-09-26 23:24:33
    Medford, Oregon, US
    18,702
    5,000.00

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Barber Recognized by Guinness as World’s Largest Motorcycle Museum

Mon, 28 Apr 2014

Guinness World Records has officially recognized the Barber Motorsports Museum as the world’s largest motorcycle museum in the world.The 144,000-square-foot, five-story museum is home to nearly 1400 motorcycles, of which about 700 are on exhibit. We’ve featured the Barber Museum before, and are completely blown away each time we step foot within its doors. It’s simply awe-inspiring.

Honda Reports 2013-2014 Sales Results

Fri, 25 Apr 2014

A strong fourth quarter helped Honda see a 9.8% increase in motorcycle sales and a 9.3% increase in motorcycle revenue for its fiscal year ended March 31, 2014. The Japanese manufacturer reported sales of 17.0 million motorcycles and ATVs over the fiscal year, up from the 15.5 million sold in the previous year. Honda’s worldwide motorcycle sales increased in each of the previous seven quarters going from 3.8 million in the Q2 last year to 4.5 million in the most recently completed quarter.

2014 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb To Use Airfence, Thanks To Honda Sponsorship

Fri, 25 Apr 2014

After a successful 2013 campaign in the 91st running of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, where Honda’s own Jeff Tigert won the Pikes Peak 450 class and set a new record, Honda is stepping up its involvement for 2014, as both a sponsor and race participant, with plans to field products in sevendistinct race classes. In addition, Honda will be working with the AMA and the PikesPeak sanctioning body on improvements which will provide new levels of safety to theMotorcycle / ATV / UTV / Sidecar competitors. American Honda Motor Co., Inc.

Two Flagstaff Residents To Ride Small Motorcycles Across Arizona For Charity

Thu, 24 Apr 2014

In June, Flagstaff residents Eva Rupert and Josh Remer will be riding vintage 100cc motorcycles across the state of Arizona to raise money for Blood:Water Mission, a Nashville non-profit that builds HIV/AIDS clinics and clean water wells in Africa. Both Josh and Eva are avid motorcyclists and wanted a way to use what they love to make a difference in the world. They see their ride as a more exciting version of a walk-a-thon.

The World Endurance Championship Starts This Weekend

Wed, 23 Apr 2014

Endurance racing is perhaps the ultimate test of both man and machine. In the past, teams would pace themselves in order to rest both elements enough to make a final push at the end. These days, however, motorcycles are more reliable than ever, and riders train like triathletes.

Deus Ex Machina CRF450X Cafe Racer

Mon, 21 Apr 2014

We’ve featured custom motorcycles from Deus Ex Machina before and for good reason. Michael “Woolie” Wollaway, the in-house bike builder for the Venice, California location, makes some fantastic creations. This one, however, is especially interesting.

Ronax 500cc Two-Stroke Sportbike Coming June 8

Wed, 16 Apr 2014

German company Ronax GmbH is producing a limited edition street-legal two-stroke sportbike rumored to be based on the Honda NSR500 GP racebike. The company isn’t releasing much information but what little it has revealed about the Ronax 500 has certainly piqued our interest. What we do know for certain is the motorcycle will be powered by a 500cc two-stroke V-4 engine, which sounds like Honda’s racebike of yesteryear.

2014 WSBK Aragon Results

Mon, 14 Apr 2014

Reigning World Superbike Champion Tom Sykes put on a clinic this weekend, leading every lap in both races to claim a pair of wins at Spain’s Motorland Aragon circuit. Sykes’ Kawasaki teammate Loris Baz was right there with him, recording a pair of second-place podiums to give Team Green a pair of one-two finishes. Sykes and Baz were also one-two in the Superpole qualifying on this nearly flawless weekend for the Kawasaki factory team.

2014 AMA Supercross Seattle Results

Mon, 14 Apr 2014

Ryan Villopoto won his fifth race of the season while James Stewart took second place to just barely remain in contention for the 2014 AMA Supercross title. Meanwhile it was a bitter-sweet podium for third-place finisher KTM‘s Ryan Dungey who was officially mathematically eliminated from title contention. Racing in his home town of Seattle, Wash., Villopoto led every lap en route to an easy win, his fifth of the season.

Colin Edwards Announces Retirement At End Of Season

Thu, 10 Apr 2014

Colin Edwards has announced he will retire at the conclusion of the 2014 MotoGP season. The announcement came during the pre-event press conference ahead of this weekend’s Austin MotoGP race Edwards’ home round. The two-time World Superbike champion cited a lack of progress from winter testing as one reason for the decision.