2023 Honda Motorcycle Guide

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2023 Honda

Introducing the new 2023 Honda Motorcycle Guide.

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2023 Honda CBR1000RR-R Fireblade SP – (Canada)

2023 Honda CBR1000RR ABS (USA)

2023 Honda CBR1000RR (USA)

2023 Honda CBR600RR ABS – (USA)

2023 Honda CBR600RR – (USA)

2023 Honda CBR650R

2023 Honda CBR500R



Neo-Sports Cafe

2023 Honda CB1000R

2023 Honda CB1000R Black Edition

2023 Honda CB750 Hornet – New Model (Europe)

2023 Honda CB650R

2023 Honda CL500 – New model (Europe)

2023 Honda SCL500 – New model

2023 Honda CB350 H’Ness – (India)

2023 Honda CB350RS – (India)

2023 Honda CB300R ABS




2023 Honda CB500F




2023 Honda Gold Wing (Canada)

2023 Honda Gold Wing DCT

2023 Honda Gold Wing Tour

2023 Honda Gold Wing Tour DCT

2023 Honda Gold Wing Tour DCT Airbag




2023 Honda Shadow Phantom – (USA)

2023 Honda Shadow Aero – (USA)

2023 Honda Shadow Aero ABS – (USA)

2023 Honda Rebel 1100 ABS

2023 Honda Rebel 1100 DCT

2023 Honda Rebel 1100 Touring DCT – New model

2023 Honda Rebel 500 ABS SE

2023 Honda Rebel 500 ABS

2023 Honda Rebel 500 – (USA)

2023 Honda Rebel 300 ABS

2023 Honda Rebel 300 – (USA)




2023 Honda Fury – (USA)




2023 Honda Africa Twin Adventure Sports ES DCT – (Canada)

2023 Honda Africa Twin Adventure Sports ES – (Canada)

2023 Honda Africa Twin Adventure Sports DCT (Europe)

2023 Honda Africa Twin Adventure Sports

2023 Honda Africa Twin DCT – (Europe)

2023 Honda Africa Twin – (Canada, Europe)

2023 Honda NC750X DCT

2023 Honda XL750 Transalp – New model (Europe)

2023 Honda XR650L – (USA)

2023 Honda CB500X



2023 Honda EM1e – New model (Europe)




2023 Honda Monkey ABS

2023 Honda Super Cub C125 ABS – (USA, Europe)

2023 Honda Giorno – New model (Canada)

2023 Honda Ruckus – New model

2023 Honda Trail 125 – New model

2023 Honda ST125 Dax – New model (Europe)

2023 Honda Grom – New model

2023 Honda Grom ABS – New model

2023 Honda NAVI – New model



Dual Sport

2023 Honda XR650L – (USA)

2023 Honda CRF450RL

2023 Honda CRF300L Rally – New model (USA)

2023 Honda CRF300L Rally ABS – New model

2023 Honda CRF300L – New model

2023 Honda CRF300L ABS – New model

2023 Honda CRF300LS – New model (USA)

2023 Honda XR150L – New model




2023 Honda ADV150

2023 Honda Ruckus – New model

2023 Honda Metropolitan – (USA)

2023 Honda PCX




2023 Honda Montesa Cota 4RT260R – (USA, Europe)

2023 Honda Montesa Cota 4RT301RR – (USA, Europe)

2023 Honda Montesa Cota 4RT301RR Race Replica – (USA, Europe)

2023 Honda CRF450X – (USA)

2023 Honda CRF250F

2023 Honda CRF125FB

2023 Honda CRF125FB Big Wheel

2023 Honda CRF110F

2023 Honda CRF50F




2023 Honda CRF450RWE

2023 Honda CRF450R

2023 Honda CRF450R 50th Anniversary – New model

2023 Honda CRF450RL

2023 Honda CRF450R-S – New model (USA)

2023 Honda CRF450RX

2023 Honda CRF250R – New model

2023 Honda CRF250RX – New model

2023 Honda CRF150R

2023 Honda CRF150R Expert




From Total Motorcycle – 2023 Honda Motorcycle Guide

The 2023 Honda Lineup is taking off and is in full swing with the 4 new 2023 Honda Africa Twins just appearing and many more new bikes still to come. The Honda Africa Twin has been a very successful adventure dual sport for Honda now since introduction and has undergone a few changes  and upgrades along the way. While the 2023 Honda Africa Twin doesn’t really change much from 2022, refinement is the key word as each year Honda will work out and improve and bugs found along the way.Enjoy the new 2023 Honda Africa Twin Adventure Sports DCT, 2023 Honda Africa Twin Adventure Sports, 2023 Honda Africa Twin DCT and 2023 Honda Africa Twin.

New 2023 Honda Motocross Bikes Unveiled

Are you a Honda rider? Then you’re a Happy Honda fan today! New 2023 Honda Motocross Bikes Unveiled to celebrate Honda’s 50th Anniversary of motocross! Improved and revised trail, dual sport and competition models including:

2023 Honda CRF450RLCRF450XCRF450RWECRF450RCRF450R 50th AnniversaryCRF450R-S, CRF450RXCRF250RCRF250RX, CRF150R and CRF150R Expert.

From 1973 CR250M Elsinore – Honda’s original motocross machine to today’s CRF450R 50th Anniversary Honda’s motocross bikes have been dominating the race track for 50 years. To celebrate this achievement, Honda  is offering the 50th Anniversary Edition, honoring Honda’s motocross heritage with a special livery evoking the iconic CR models that dominated 1980s AMA Supercross and Motocross

Join Total Motorcycle today with our special 2023 Honda Motorcycle model guide with these special models and many more 2023 motorcycles. Plus  we also have our 1973 Honda Motorcycle model guide as well as every Honda model year and bike in-between 1972 and 2013!

2023 Honda: It’s Back After 41 Years!

Say it after me “Riding is FUN!” and Honda wants to put more FUN back into 2023 Honda. It’s Back After 41 Years: 2023 Honda ST125 Dax. The ST125 Dax fully owns the genuine authenticity of the 1969 original but brings thoroughly 21st century performance from chassis, engine and ergonomics. Unique, easy, usable and great fun. That’s the new Honda Dax. A faithful old friend is back.

The re-imagined Monkey 125 tugs at heart strings that remember the golden 1970s while providing thoroughly modern, compact and funky urban transport for riders of any age. The 2023 Honda Grom serves up left-field, customisable style for ‘Generation Y’ but also as perfect paddock transport in the worlds of car and bike racing. And don’t forget the super fun 2023 Honda Ruckus either!


Which is why the Dax is back. Born in the late 1960s, all the things that made it so good then – small size, easy-going engine and light steering – make it even more enjoyable today. We’ve added more power, an upgraded frame, suspension and brakes, but the simple essence remains the same: Dax and relax, riding is fun.

Now in Europe, coming to North America in the future.




From the Manufacturer – 2023 Honda Motorcycle Guide

Honda Unveils 12 Motorcycle Models in Broad-Ranging Announcement

March 29, 2022 — TORRANCE, Calif.
Five different motorcycle categories represented – Announcement includes 2022 and 2023 year models

Today’s new-and returning-model announcement from Honda is a reminder of the remarkable array of two-wheel products the company produces. Covered in the reveal are no fewer than 12 models from five different categories including sport, miniMOTO, dual sport, scooter and trials – not to mention the side-by-side models that were unveiled separately today.

Headlining the announcement is the legendary CBR1000RR-R Fireblade SP, which in 2022 adopts important new performance upgrades to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Fireblade’s original introduction in Europe (followed a year later in the U.S.). Returning for 2022 are the CBR650R sport bike and CB650R naked bike, both of which come standard with ABS. On the miniMOTO front, the 2023 edition of the popular Grom is back, as is the 2022 edition of the retro Trail 125. The PCX also returns for 2022, continuing as the benchmark model among scooters, and joined by the 2023 Ruckus. Three dual-sport machines were also announced – the incredibly popular CRF300L; its adventure-focused sibling, the CRF300L Rally; and the classic XR650L, the latter in a new color. In addition, a pair of upgraded Montesa Cota trials machines – the choice of FIM Trials World Champion Toni Bou – are offered to U.S. customers for the new model year.

“We recognize that motorcycling comes in many forms, a fact that is reflected in today’s announcement,” said Brandon Wilson, American Honda Manager of Sports & Experiential. “The models included are each unique, but they share a commitment to delivering the enjoyment of two-wheel recreation. We’re proud of the disparate nature of the motorcycling community, and we’re happy to serve all of its members in 2022 and beyond.”

2023 GROM
The undisputed emperor of the miniMOTO world and the spawner of a vibrant subculture of fun-seekers, Honda’s Grom inspires a cross-demographic army of enthusiasts who embrace the diminutive model with remarkable passion. Its low seat height and approachability make it an unintimidating option for new riders to learn with, while its modular styling and peppy performance make it an entertaining plaything for experienced riders and a customization platform for those looking for an amusing project. It’s no wonder that the Grom continues to be one of the powersports industry’s most popular motorcycle models.

When it comes to little two-wheelers that ooze personality and attitude, it’s tough to top Honda’s unique Ruckus®, the model that launched an entire scooter-customization subculture. With an exposed frame and dual round headlights contributing to an industrial-looking design, plus practical features like reliability, fuel efficiency and nimble handling, the Ruckus a great choice as a platform for personalization or affordable, around-town transportation.




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