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2005 Honda Motorcycles
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2005 Honda Superhawk
2005 Honda RC51
2005 Honda CBR1000RR
2005 Honda CBR1000RR Repsol

2005 Honda Interceptor ABS
2005 Honda Interceptor

2005 Honda CBR600RR
2005 Honda CBR600F4i

Standard / Naked
– 2005 Honda 599 (same as 2004 Honda 599 Model)
2005 Honda 919
2005 Honda Nighthawk 250
2005 Honda ST1300P
2005 Honda ST1300 Police

2005 Honda Rebel (CMX250)
2005 Honda Shadow Aero
2005 Honda Shadow Sabre
2005 Honda Shadow Spirit
2005 Honda Shadow VLX Deluxe
2005 Honda Shadow VLX
2005 Honda VTX1300S
2005 Honda VTX1300C
2005 Honda VTX1300R
2005 Honda VTX1800F Spec 1
2005 Honda VTX1800F Spec 2
2005 Honda VTX1800F Spec 3
2005 Honda VTX1800S Spec 1
2005 Honda VTX1800S Spec 2
2005 Honda VTX1800S Spec 3
2005 Honda VTX1800R Spec 1
2005 Honda VTX1800R Spec 2
2005 Honda VTX1800R Spec 3
2005 Honda VTX1800N Spec 1
2005 Honda VTX1800N Spec 2
2005 Honda VTX1800N Spec 3
2005 Honda VTX1800C Spec 1
2005 Honda VTX1800C Spec 2
2005 Honda VTX1800C Spec 3

Touring / Sport Touring
2005 Honda Gold Wing
2005 Honda Gold Wing ABS
2005 Honda ST1300
2005 Honda ST1300 ABS
2005 Honda Interceptor
2005 Honda Interceptor ABS

Dual Sport
2005 Honda XR650L

Behind the Scenes
2005 Honda Rune… 2005 Last year?
Honda CBR1000RR to replace RC57
2005 Honda Silverwing 600 to come to Canada
2005 Honda CRF450X
Industry News, Rumors, Spy Shots and information

Manufacturer websites worldwide


– Honda Rune – Style. Attitude. Performance.


Could 2004 really be the last year for the Honda Valkyrie Rune?

The Honda Valkyrie Rune. A dream. An icon. A legend. A machine that will change the definition of cruiser. Forever. Introducing the Rune. It’ll only take a second to know it’s different, but you’ll appreciate it for a lifetime.Style. Attitude. Performance.

Do you remember the T2 concept bike Honda revealed in the March/April 2001 issue of Honda Red Rider? Essentially, the Valkyrie Rune takes the T2 concept to the production line, and will be available in limited numbers. The Valkyrie Rune incorporates a unique diamond-shaped aluminum frame for robust strength along with light weight, plus a fuel-injected 1832cc engine based on the GL1800 power plant. Before you think the Valkyrie Rune is merely a hot-rod exercise in radical style, take a look at the bike’s innovative suspension systems.

Meanwhile, styling element after styling element tears at your eyeballs, vying for attention. Where to look? At the chromed cylinder head covers evocative of muscle car hardware? The gorgeous, smoothly flowing six-into-two exhaust system so artfully sculpted into place? The brawny disc brakes, which are the largest ever mounted on a Honda motorcycle? Or how about the gracefully flowing lines of the neo/retro low-slung bodywork with the solo seat that beckons you to slide aboard for the ride of your life? The Valkyrie Rune redefines the ultimate performance custom.

The information we got from Honda is that 2005 could very well be the LAST YEAR for the Honda Rune. If anything small will happen it could be a new paint job for 2005. But information has it that Honda could be redesigning the 2006 Honda Rune into something new… Asked if they are considering any of the Rune T-Concept bikes gave us a “no comment” responce…

If the 2004 model impressed us, 2006 will surely hold some Honda Magic!

The Honda Valkyrie Rune concept motorcycles, T1, T2, T3 and T4. The current (2004) Honda Rune is closest to T3. Could the new 2005/2006 one be T1, T3 or T4?

– Honda CBR1000RR – Replacing the RC57

Meet the machine that’s going to take Honda’s Superbike championship legacy to the next dimension: the all-new CBR1000RR. Inspired by our World Champion RC211V MotoGP bike, with revolutionary Unit-Pro Link suspension and HESD, new-tech Honda Electronic Steering Damper, it’s ready to race—and ready to win.

Current Honda Factory Super Bike the RC 51

Honda is extremely confident in their new CBR1000RR super sport bike, so condident that we were told it could replace the current RC51 on the race track!

UPDATE: Just in, expect changes to the CBR1000R in 2005. The 2005 Honda CBR1000R will be named the “A” model. Sorry, no further details.


– Honda 2005 Silverwing 600 – competing with the Suzuki Burgman 650.

Honda Silverwing 600 ABS


Sales have been really good for the Suzuki Bergman 650 and Honda is taking notice. So much notice infact that they are planning to bring the Honda Silverwing 600 to Canada for the 2005 model year!

The new 2005 Honda Silverwing could also have the ABS as well.



– Honda CRF450x – Introducing aspiring young hotshots to the fine art of knee dragging

2004 Honda CRF250X will be simular to the 2005 CRF450X


Visit the official Honda NSR50R webpage

Yet another “could be” model from Total Motorcycle, the Honda CRF450x for 2005.

Just like Honda did for the CRF250X they could do for the CFR450X. The CRF250X was a sure-fire formula for building the most serious off-road motorcycle to enter the dirt market in a long, long time. The X marks the spot where you’ll find a full-on, competition-oriented, off-road machine, coming from Honda.


– Industry News, Rumors, Spy Shots and information

Total Motorcycle is constantly on the look out for new 2005 and 2006 motorcycle model information, industry rumors and spy shots. As we hear, conduct interviews and find the latest information we will post it here for you to read, share and enjoy.

Don’t forget to check out our -= Spy Shots, Concept & Prototype Motorcycle Photo Gallery =- with dozens of photos for you to enjoy!


– Manufacturer Websites

Honda Motorcycle Global Site
Honda Motorcycle Canada Site
Honda Motorcycle USA Site
Honda Motorcycle EU/UKSite
Honda Motorcycle Japan Site


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