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Honda is one of those motorcycle companies that works hard to be on the cutting edge of engineering and development. Their latest chopper, the Fury, is no exception.

Honda is one of those motorcycle companies that works hard to be on the cutting edge of engineering and development. Their latest chopper, the Fury, is no exception.

Boasting a fuel injected 1,300cc V-Twin engine, extended rake, low seating position, supercool exhaust note, and careful use of chrome, it’s the bike you might not take home to Mom. It’s sexy, sleek, new and, typical Honda, rides like a dream. The burble is there, but the pull is linear and unfussy, and there are differences between the Fury and other V-Twins that can’t be missed. It’s got attitude, no doubt, and power and a style that’s more custom than factory, which is cool. Even dyed in the wool bikers would be proud to own one. Conversely, it’s a bike of sensibility – the durability, reliability and simplicity that put Honda on the map are all accounted for with the Fury, making it a smarter chopper than the average rake.

Keeping style at the forefront as well, colors have been carefully chosen, and detailing the bike with color coordination on various components truly marks it as a well thought out machine. Based on the tried and true VTX motorcycle, the Fury is certain to please for years and years to come.


Ride yours Los Angeles Honda, 977 West Hyde Park Boulevard, Inglewood. 310-677-5800. powersports.honda.com.

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