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2013 Honda Fury (vt1300cx) on 2040-motos

$13,390
YearYear:2013 MileageMileage:0 ColorColor: Black (ABS Model Shown)
Location:

Beaumont, California

Beaumont, CA

Honda Fury tech info

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Honda Fury description

2013 Honda Fury (VT1300CX), The Look. The Sound. The Feel. The Fury - The Look. The Sound. The Feel. The Fury. Witness the Fury — hands down, the most distinctive custom Honda has ever created. Long, lean and mean, stretching nearly six feet from axle to axle, this machine literally screams with chopper style. And once you’ve saddled up and fired that big 1,312 cc V-twin, and felt its throbbing pulse beneath you, you’ll know you’ve experienced a motorcycle like none other. Ever.

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Pata Honda Replica Onesies for Leon Haslam’s and Jonathan Rea’s New Babies

Fri, 02 Aug 2013 00:00:00 -0700

World Superbike teammates Leon Haslam and Jonathan Rea and their wives are expecting babies with their respective wives in the next few weeks, so the Pata Honda team presented its riders with a special gift: onesies replicating the team’s racing leathers. Tatia and Jonathan Rea are expecting their first child in September while Olivia and Leon Haslam are expecting their second child any day now. Rea’s baby will have a replica of daddy’s Alpinestars racing suit with all of his sponsors and his butt patch.

2013 Mugen Shinden Ni Electric Race Bike Revealed

Fri, 10 May 2013 00:00:00 -0700

Noted Honda tuning company Mugen has revealed the second generation version of its electric racebike which will race in the TT Zero at the 2013 Isle of Man TT. The Shinden Ni (“Shinden” meaning “God of Electricity” while “Ni” is the number two in Japanese) will once again be ridden by 19-time TT winner John McGuinness. Mugen has been working on the Shinden Ni since last year’s TT Zero, using data collected in the race and during tests at circuits in Japan.

MotoGP Approves “Factory 2″ Rules

Tue, 18 Mar 2014 00:00:00 -0700

We’re just days away from the start of the 2014 MotoGP season and one would think it’s a little late for series organizers to make any significant rule changes. At least, one would think that if one were unfamiliar with the political back-and-forths going on between the major manufacturers and MotoGP promoter Dorna. But with the season-opening Qatar round about to begin, the Grand Prix Commission approved new rules establishing a compromise between the new Factory and Open options.