With two of our popular 500-line models—the CBR500R and CB500F—you can hit the city streets during the week and take on the twisties over the weekend. Both are available with ABS and offer a smart parallel twin-cylinder engine, fuel injection, Pro-Link suspension and new colors for 2015.
Low seats, laid-back riding positions, and forward-set pegs: The 2015 CTX700 lineup offers the riding experience that makes cruisers such a popular choice, but with a fresh take on the style side of things. Both the CTX700 and CTX700N are available with Honda’s automatic DCT transmission or a standard six-speed, and this year you get an adjusted seating position and new colors too.
Honda’s 2015 CBR650F is a versatile sportbike that offers power, performance, and most of all value. Looking for a dual-sport that lets you ride dirt roads and commute too? Check out the 2015 CRF250L. And finally there’s the 2015 NC700X, an extremely versatile adventure-style bike.
The cute, European, urban-chic Metropolitan, the gnarly, rugged, bare-bones Ruckus and the sophisticated, do-it-all Forza: Three of the most affordable (and fun) transportation options almost anywhere and all members of Honda’s 2015 scooter lineup.
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