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2014 Honda Valkyrie GL1800CA ABS

The Gold Wing 1800 stripped down to its hot rod heart. Bigger, badder and better than ever, the Valkyrie is back...

The Valkyrie® name is legendary, and the machine first introduced in 1996 has a hard-core following to this day. Now for 2014, the Valkyrie takes that unmistakable swagger to a whole new level. It's a winning formula: Take a legendary machine, strip it down to the essentials to shed pounds, wrap it in minimalist bodywork and power it with an engine that produces ground-shaking torque and an unmistakable six-cylinder howl. The core of this remarkable custom is Honda's unique 1832cc liquid-cooled horizontally opposed six-cylinder engine that also powers the Gold Wing® and Gold Wing F6B. With an awe-inspiring power-to-weight ratio, aluminum twin-spar frame and suspension system tuned for serious riders, the Valkyrie is all about unparalleled performance and style. With a curb weight of 750 pounds, the Valkyrie is a welterweight with a heavyweight punch, that also includes modern touches; LED headlight, taillight and turn signals, multi-function digital LCD instrumentation and available Anti-Lock Braking System. The Valkyrie is one totally cool ride that's set so far apart from anything else on the market it has to be experienced to be believed.

GL1800C - hot rod heart



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Engine Type 1832cc liquid-cooled horizontally opposed six-cylinder
Bore and Stroke 74mm x 71mm
Compression Ratio 9.8:1
Valve Train SOHC; two valves per cylinder
Induction PGM-FI, Programmed Fuel Injection
Ignition Computer-controlled digital with 3-D mapping
DRIVE TRAIN
Transmission Five-speed
Final Drive Shaft

CHASSIS / SUSPENSION / BRAKES
Front Suspension 45mm cartridge fork with anti-dive system, TBD inches travel
Rear Suspension Pro Arm® single-side swingarm with Pro-Link® (http://www.Totalmotorcycle.com) single shock with hydraulic spring-
preload; TBD inches travel
Front Brake Dual 310mm front discs; optional ABS
Rear Brake 316mm rear disc; optional ABS
Front Tire 130/60R-19
Rear Tire 180/55R-17

DIMENSIONS @ http://www.Totalmotorcycle.com
Rake (Caster Angle) 29° 50'
Trail 114mm (4.5 inches)
Wheelbase 67.2 inches
Seat Height 28.8 inches
Curb Weight 754 pounds. Includes all standard equipment, required fluids and a full tank of fuel—ready to ride
Fuel Capacity 6.1 gallons



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Re: This Week: 2014 Honda Valkyrie GL1800CA ABS - Vote Today

Unread post by BRUMBEAR » Fri Feb 14, 2014 4:46 pm

That is an abomination IMO I hate it.
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Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Fri Feb 14, 2014 4:53 pm

It's been done before, but a very long time ago. I've always been slightly interested in a naked Gold Wing, even thought of getting a 1975-1979 one at one time. This one is quite interestingly... bulky.

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Funny enough, it reminds me of the Suzuki B-King a little:

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Unread post by blues2cruise » Fri Feb 14, 2014 6:39 pm

It's a nice blue. :mrgreen:
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Unread post by blues2cruise » Fri Feb 14, 2014 6:42 pm

It has absolutely no resemblance to the Valkyrie I knew. I used to ride as a passenger on Doc's Valkyrie. It was so comfy from a passenger point of view. The one above does not look like it is very passenger friendly.

It also has lost the "cruiser" look.
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Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Fri Feb 14, 2014 7:36 pm

blues2cruise wrote:It has absolutely no resemblance to the Valkyrie I knew. I used to ride as a passenger on Doc's Valkyrie. It was so comfy from a passenger point of view. The one above does not look like it is very passenger friendly.

It also has lost the "cruiser" look.
I agree with you there,

I remember the previous generation Valkyrie quite well, a mechanic friend had one and loved it. This new Valkyrie I imagine due to the radiators is making it look more "riding in a bathtub" than a cruiser. Might be just too much plastic vs the old Valk.

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Unread post by Gummiente » Fri Feb 14, 2014 7:53 pm

Fail. You think Honda would have learned their lesson with the Rune, but no. Somebody had way too much caffeine and not enough sleep in the Design Department. This thing is fugly and impractical. And as Ms Blues has stated, it ain't no Valkyrie.
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Re: This Week: 2014 Honda Valkyrie GL1800CA ABS - Vote Today

Unread post by jstark47 » Sat Feb 15, 2014 3:26 pm

blues2cruise wrote:I used to ride as a passenger on Doc's Valkyrie. It was so comfy from a passenger point of view......It also has lost the "cruiser" look.
I remember Doc's Valkyrie, I rode with him for a few days when he came east in 2007. Tell him he needs to get online and come vote on this! :mrgreen:

The legacy Valk looked like a Goldwing-based engine in a cruiser frame. This bike looks like a Goldwing without the fairing, a different thing. It does sort of remind me of the Rune.

I think if I was going for a huge, cruiser-like thing, I'd prefer a Triumph Rocket. Uncool.
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Unread post by montanalifter » Sat Feb 15, 2014 3:31 pm

Ugly but the more I look at it I like it, unique and great engine. I would want to put bags on it and maybe a rack or trunk, wait that has already been done. Cool.

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Unread post by JackoftheGreen » Sat Feb 15, 2014 4:28 pm

Maybe it's because I come from a younger generation, but not having a sense of nostalgia for the Valkyrie nameplate means I can appreciate this bike for what it IS rather than what it's CALLED. That said, it only takes a quick glance at the current model GW to see the resemblance -- it's definitely the same platform and that, I feel, honors the Valkyrie tradition just fine. This is certainly a Valk, it's just a new Valk.

Now I've never been a fan of the GW, I think that's been fairly obvious every time the model has come up on The Wall. But this Valkyrie, I have to admit, I love. I'd have a hard time imagining a more perfect touring platform than this, albeit after the addition of some nice hardbags, and there's enough cruiser in there that my boots wouldn't look out of place. It's big and heavy, but the cockpit is uncluttered and the lack of a goofy front fairing allows those rad shrouds to look muscular rather than obese. There's no art in the engine, but it's more 'jet turbine' than 'dishwasher' and that's excellent. My only real aesthetic complaint is born somewhere in the mash between the saddle, side cover and fender -- the way those angles come together looks a little 1985 Ford F150 to me. Figured it out, it's because I'm used to seeing a chrome fender mount there and there isn't one. Anyway, a pair of hardbags would dress that area up nicely.

So the verdict -- as this bike sits, what it is and what it does, that's a solid Cool. But added to that is this; Big Red managed to get me to pull up a picture of a GW and find things in that rolling couch to appreciate. For that, I'm upgrading to an Awesome.

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Unread post by blues2cruise » Sun Feb 16, 2014 1:25 pm

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Unread post by faded sun » Tue Feb 18, 2014 12:45 am

I'll say cool. It's too damn big to be awesome in my books but I can see it working for some. And yes, that is a nice blue. But does it come in red?
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Unread post by Grey Thumper » Thu Feb 20, 2014 1:56 am

Playing devil's advocate here, but you have to pity the poor cruiser designer. Out of all the motorcycle categories, it can be argued that cruisers have the strictest "rules" about what and what isn't acceptable/appropriate/beautiful.

That said, I can't say I like this bike either. You have to give it to Honda for trying something different, and this is a much braver and distinct effort than the original Valkyrie. But I wish they tried putting this sublime engine in an open-class standard, or maybe even a sport tourer.
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I'm a fan of the Honda, my Shadow has been everything I have needed it to be, performance, reliability, price tag and looks. At least once a week, my wonderful husband JackoftheGreen or one of our friends that ride tell me their dream bike and ask me if I have found mine yet. Each time I repeat myself and say, 'Nope, I just want my bike with a bigger engine, but I don't want it enough to spare the expense.' A good look at this bike, while it's not my dream bike, could be a fitting answer. Although I've been a motorcycle rider for more than half of my lifetime, I am new to the street bike scene. As a new generation street rider, I'm also a fan of the new generation look. Malcolm Smith is my hero, but I don't want to purchase a retro looking bike that makes me sing 'On Any Sunday' every time I climb into the saddle. This bike has everything I need, while the pillion doesn't look very comfortable for an adult, my passengers consist of one of our 3 children, all under the age of 12, it would certainly accommodate their tiny tushes. I can load this bike up with camping gear and follow 'Jack' to our weekend warrior adventure, I can bring my lunchbag and current projects to work everyday without compromising the look of the bike, like I would on a say a Ninja or a Victory 8-Ball, and I can just hop on and go canyon carving for an afternoon ride and it will do it all and put a smile on my face. Awesome...
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Unread post by BRUMBEAR » Thu Feb 20, 2014 8:29 pm

AAAARRRRGGGHHHH now I got an earworm Thanks that Any Sunday tune will be stuck there all night :laughing:
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Unread post by blues2cruise » Fri Feb 21, 2014 11:30 am

That was fun to watch. :)
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Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Fri Feb 21, 2014 12:32 pm

After a week of thinking about the new Valkyrie, I give it a: Uncool.

I thought about this when I was at a Honda motorcycle dealership 2 days ago looking at their 2014 Gold Wing and 2014 F6B. While I really understand the Wing, the F6B idea was always kinda fuzzy to me, now the new Valkyrie is even more fuzzier. Honda's calling the new Valk a "hot rod", but other than the SIZE of the engine, there isn't much hot rod about it, maybe even Honda is confused.

What I came up with to turn the new Valkyrie (for me at least) from an Uncool to an Awesome was it needed that "old Valk" design idea, big engine, horsepower, less plastic and more "naked", so I thought what Honda really needs to do is put the VFR1200 V4 engine in there, get rid of the massive radiators the Gold Wing engine needs, dump the Gold Wing plastic and adopt a frame that wasn't meant to be hidden.

I guess in the end it would be more a Honda Saber V65 or Honda Magna, but to me, that's kinda where the Valk's idea came from.

Now back to the new Valk as I don't think Honda will change it next year...

When I first saw it I thought of a "bathtub" as it's so low and incredibly wide that, to me, it looks like I'm riding in a bathtub, I really don't like the vast expanse of plastic nor how the "shoulders" of the bike are so high (thanks so the rads). I DO VERY MUCH LIKE the idea of stripping down a Gold Wing to make it a "naked bike" by chucking hundreds of pounds of extra weight but sadly, all that was chucked was a 150lbs off a 904lb+ bike. Making this naked a 754lb motorcycle! I'm sure it could have been a 630lb bike with a V4 in it. BTW, the V4 Magna weighed in at 504lbs.

Back to the Valk's Good points... The price is actually pretty fair and I think the designers really did a great job with what they had to work with. I actually reminds me a lot of the Suzuki B-King more than the Gold Wing. Thus I won't give it a fail and I'm happy to see Honda keep trying new ideas each year, that it self awesome even if we all can't agree what is a good idea (CB1100) or a bad idea (CTX1300).

So, it's just uncool for me, which is like a "meh" but hey, there isn't a "meh" option so... :D

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Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Fri Feb 21, 2014 12:48 pm

2014 Honda Valkyrie GL1800CA ABS - Coolness Factor = 56.5%
Featured: February 14th, 2014 - February 21st, 2014
Most popular vote category: Awesome

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Your Coolness Factor of the 2014 Honda Valkyrie GL1800CA ABS is:

Awesome (3 points) 33% [ 12 ]
Cool (2 points) 19% [ 7 ]
Uncool (1 point) 31% [ 11 ]
Fail (0 point) 17% [ 6 ]

Total votes : 36

= a Coolwall Factor of 56.5%

NOTES: Very mixed results for the new Valkyrie from Honda with riders all over the map liking or disliking it. One thing is for sure, it isn't the old Valkyrie just like the Honda Sabre isn't the old Sabre. Should Honda have called it something different? Should they have went a different direction for a new Valk? One thing I personally can say is that I'm excited Honda is not afraid to bring out new bikes each year and that in my books is pretty darn awesome.


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Re: 2014 Honda Valkyrie GL1800CA ABS - Coolness Factor = 56.

Unread post by Shriker » Fri Feb 21, 2014 4:39 pm

Really wanted to like this bike ......very excited to hear it coming . Honda had some super cool muscle bike show bike concept that would have been AWESOME ......but no. We got this.

Really disappointed......bummer

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Unread post by High_Side » Thu Apr 17, 2014 9:53 pm

And to think, they could have made this:
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