When Honda announced its 2009 lineup last fall, many, including us, scratched our heads at the scarcity of new models from this motorcycle giant. It turns out that Big Red was holding at least one valuable card up its sleeve, as we can now report on one of the coolest-looking cruisers ever offered by a Japanese manufacturer.
You’re looking at the 2010 Honda Fury, an inspired design built around a familiar motor. Featuring chopper styling cues such as the high headpipe and the largely exposed backbone frame tube, the Fury is Honda’s attempt at creating a mass-produced “custom” chopper.
First seen in public today at the IMS show in New York, journalists got a sneak peek last month in American Honda’s high-security R&D center in Torrance, CA. Company reps say customers want a “radical” looking chopper with Honda durability, quality, reliability and affordability.
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