2010 Honda Fury: New Honda Chopper Motorcycle?

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UPDATE (May 19): Official 2010 Honda Fury Pricing

UPDATE (Feb 27): The Honda Fury Review is finally here!!!

Some may baulk at Honda’s description of the Fury as “radical.” Sure it’s not mind-blowing in the way a $60K custom can be, but it’s worth noting that not even Harley-Davidson has produced a bike with a rake angle so stretched or a wheelbase as long. So let’s admit that, for the normally staid Honda, the Fury is radical.
And to get a radical chopper with Honda levels of quality for just $13K seems like quite a bargain.

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UPDATE (Jan 16th): Above is the video of the Honda Fury from the official launch, click here for the full article!




Update (Jan 16th): Above is the real deal, shot at Honda HQ in December.

Honda has recently shown its dealers some sneak-peek images of a brand-new direction they will be taking. The bike is the 2010 Honda Fury which is a 1300cc raked-out chopper that will be introduced to the US market early next spring. Apparently we will receive more information later in December. The pictures sent to dealers intentionally had the bottom-half of the bike blurred out. Speculation on the boards is rampant that this bike might be a hybrid with a gas and electric motor!

UPDATE: We have received some additional pictures courtesy of Spanish website SoloMoto of the rumored Fury undergoing some testing in Arizona. The bike is clearly not a hybrid.

2010 Honda Fury spy shot

Honda Fury Spy Shot

We will have to wait and see but this would certainly make for a very interesting bike! Stay tuned!

2010 Honda Fury Chopper

2010 Honda Fury Chopper

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  • FZ

    Interesting news and a curious report, thanks Rob.

  • Aljin

    The rumor about the Fury being a hybrid was created by the owner of vtxoa.com forum. He was more than a little crazy to make such a statement. He has already taken back the hybrid statement. The Fury will not be a hybrid. But it will be a raked 1300 chopper.

    I am a big Honda fan. But not of this bike. Honda is waaaaaay too late in bringing out this model. With the bad economy. It’s not going to sell.

    It seems that Honda is trying to compete with the 1900cc Yamaha raider.

  • Rob

    I think the timing is inevitable for a hybrid motorcycle… whether it is this bike or not, I think it makes for a heck of a good story. I hope we do see one, and frankly, I hope its the Honda Fury. Do I expect it? No. Would I love to see it? Yes.

  • Scottie

    Too late in the game for Honda to jump in. I think Yamaha may do alright with the Raider (except the low profile rear tire doesn’t work with the fender), but they already had their big v-twin ready as did Harley for their Rockers. Honda’s current 1300 and 1800 v-twins are liquid cooled and that won’t work for the chopper crowd.

    If Honda wants to try a hybrid bike, try the Gold Wing. I think hybrids would appeal to that demographic.

  • The_AirHawk

    Just from the profile shown so-far, they shoulda’ called it the “Fugly”.

  • podman

    Does this mean I have to dig out my captain america helmet.

  • Scottie

    Thanks for the pix. Looks like they got it right with a belt or chain final drive. A radiator will still kill it. I still prefer a Star Raider. Or, a H-D Rocker if it was a better value.

  • leonard

    listen this bike is a joke .i’ve seen better looking choppers made in peoples sheds.rake wtf there is less rake there then my stock 82 nighthawk.the bike is ugly as sin aw1

  • leonard

    you wanna see real choppers go to hondachopper.com and look into the gallery.nuff said

  • Zip

    Chopper? What’s chopper about it? Is Honda calling it a chopper or just the writer on the website. Jeez, stop bastardizing the word chopper. This is just another cruiser. Looks like it has a higher backbone, and therefore, gas tank, and/or lower frame rails under the seat. But it’s not a ‘chopper.’

  • martialstax

    Those photos of the black bike are 5 years old. It’s not the Fury. I believe SoloMoto is suggesting some of the engineering on that test mule will make its way onto the Fury, such as the underseat radiator and the rear brake rotor mounted inside the belt pulley (both are clearly visible in the photos).

    I’ll wait until I have some real info and seen it in the flesh before I decide what I think of the Fury.

  • Sondance

    Yippee, another wannabe status symbol to pose with or cruise around town in traffic (but only when it’s not raining or too cold or, or or) so people think I’m a real rider … C’mon Honda wake the F#@* up and give your enthusiast base a real modern day, 1K sport touring rig and not another two wheeled Accord or “Air Bagged Wing” or “a Big Ruckus”, or another “Bold New Graphics” VFR and CBR…

  • http://chopper-bike.ru/ Igor

    It’s real chopper!!!

  • David

    I have been riding for 35 years I rode a Honda 750four K model and put over 100 thousand mile on it loved every min. of it.I now ride a 1200 HD Sporty.People said the same thing about the yamaha vmax and it trun out to be a great bike. I think this will be a good bike for somone who looking for a solo bike without all the bells and whistles.

  • DJ

    I can assure you. . . that’s not the Honda Fury. I’ve seen it first hand. The Fury has a driveshaft, a VTX1300 based engine, different wheels, and a smaller tank.

    THIS IS NOT THE FURY.

  • Dennis

    I hate to be the bearer of bad news guys but that is not it , it is very close . the fury is very simalar to that bike in the pictures but its just not it , the wheels, the headlight , and even the genereal tank design is different. trust me I have seen the actaul top secret pictures.

  • steveinsandiego

    Sondance
    Yippee, another wannabe status symbol to pose with or cruise around town in traffic (but only when it’s not raining or too cold or, or or) so people think I’m a real rider … C’mon Honda wake the F#@* up and give your enthusiast base a real modern day, 1K sport touring rig and not another two wheeled Accord or “Air Bagged Wing” or “a Big Ruckus”, or another “Bold New Graphics” VFR and CBR…

    whoa, i’m in that category, sorta kinda like. i’ve been riding 11 years as a weekend warrior; my total mileage over three bikes has been +-138k.
    i’ve been considering cross-country riding for a couple of years, and now that i am retired (two weeks ago!) i am somewhat shrinking from a coast-to-coast-to-coast journey. a reliable production “chopper” might be just the bike for me. i wouldn’t mind having a good sub-liter ujm, either, (if i could convince my wife of the “need” for two two-wheelers – LOLOL!).

  • http://scrcmv.net Kruzer

    That bike is the old R+D VTX, you dopes.

  • Michael Lynch

    Good God! IS this what the Company that brought us the CBX, CB750, VFR, Gold Wing and many other great bikes has been reduced to pedalling? Looks like a bad copy of a Jessie James West Coast Chopper! You would have thought that they would have learned their lesson from the “Rune” Fiasco! I bleed HONDA Red Wings, but if this is the best that they can do, God rest their corporate soul! HONDA has lost their way because of the dominance of the Car Division! The Motorcycle Division used to be the technology and inovation leader, they have clearly lost the “edge”! Are there any Bike Guys left at Big Red?

  • Brent

    Well Guy’s,

    My dealer rep. told me that it was going to have a 200mm rear tire which I beleave has been confirmed,the pic above of the so called Fury the black one does not appear to have a 200mm rear tire & that rear tail light doesn’t work either,that’s off of a Valkyrie,and the Official Half Pic Shot From Honda doesn’t have that tail light which if it did I think we would be able to see atleast the upper portion the the tail light in the official pic. Just My opinion.

  • Jim Franklin

    I can’t understand the chopper thing, they handle poorly and have poor ergonomics…feet forward takes away balance, makes control awkward, forces you to sit in one position…and that position puts too much weight on your butt. This thing gives me a back ache just looking at it.

    I would like to see a V-Twin with standard seating, more like a Vincent or Brough Superior, or even Yamahas old 920….just about anything but another “cookie cutter” chopper esque machine.

  • http://bikerornot.com/surge surge

    I ride a VTX 1800c Honda, have done over 50 000 brilliant miles on it in about 30 months. And i have to say it’s a lovely machine. solid engine, sharp brakes, excellent handling for a cruiser, and not bad looking either.
    I’ve been waiting anxiously for a new model VTX. But it seems Honda is bent on committing corporate suicide with this number. I don’t think it will sell. I’ll have to keep the old one

  • Jay

    I got to see an up close picture today of the new fury (no blurring in this pic) it is an awsome bike it will be at the bike show this weekend in Manhattan wish it had the 1800 though. Every honda owner will want one.

  • Jay(2)

    Wow, I’m a big Honda motorcycle fan, because they build a reliable bike with nothing to prove. Just good wheels for the the ride. This Fury screams “accept ME!!! please”, it just feels like Honda is really trying to be something its not, this is just great, now the Harley guys have a legitimate reason to trash metrics :( Hey Honda if you need to change things up, why don’t you give Fuel Injection back to the VTX 1300, at least that’s something consumers actually want…

  • Ric

    This is absolutely nuts. Honda has lost direction. Why not focus on something more marketable like bringing the TransAlp to the US.

  • GSXR Eater

    You people are CRAZY this Honda Fury is going to be sick a 1300cc Fuel injected V-twin wow its going to be Amazing, and yes it is water cooled but you cant see the radiator, I work for Honda and from what I heard a completly custom bike with a 200 series back tire and the thing is only gonna cost $12,500+TTL Oh and its a Shaft Drivin bike, AND A HONDA Nuff Said

  • Andrew E. Watson

    If it were not for HONDA………….harley davidson would still be manufacturing antiquated motorcycles.

  • mike

    How much are they going to start at

  • Jim

    It’s so funny hearing the H-D crowd whine about water cooling! Yeah, it’s real radical technology … the first water cooled bike was built 100+ years ago and the Japanese factories have been doing it since the early 70s, so that’s what, only 35 years? Yeah, I guess that would be “new” technology for Harley guys.

    Pssst … It makes for better fuel efficiency, greater reliability, longer engine life and MORE POWER – radical concepts H-D wouldn’t be familiar with.

  • Leo

    Yes they missed the peak but people have been building choppers since the 70′s. Raked out choppers are not for everyone but they still sell very well. Just check out how many builders in California alone get 30-40 grand for them with S&S engines. With Honda’s quality, fit and finsh, they should do very well putting a hurt on the back yard builder by having a 12 grand chopper.

  • Peewee

    I already think I look cool on my VERY RELIABLE VTX 1300S ! I think this bike SCREAMS COOLNESS!!!!!!! Can’t wait to go down and buy one to park next to my VTX !!!!!!! Sorry HD this bike ROCKS…………………………..

  • Kev

    Absolutely great looking bike, but please Honda; release this to the UK market also. A very welcome alternative to Harley with a much better price tag.

  • FuryIsUnleashed

    If anyone wants to check out the video of the debut of the Honda Fury at the New York International Motorcycle Show then just go here: http://bit.ly/tHBG

  • littlelamb

    I think Honda missed it by a long shot. Honda riders are not chopper riders. Why not build standard bikes with V engine and fuel injected? Or, Why not put a fuel injection on VTX1300 and shadows? What is wrong with Honda marketing group? Do they know what the riders want? If I have a beautiful bike I would want to take it for a long ride to show all the people in the whole world. With a chopper, all I could do is riding from one end of the boulevard to the other and then my back will be sore, my legs will be sore. Just looking at the sitting position makes me feel sore already. I have to admit it looks cool, but that is it. Spend $12K on it just for look, that would be ridiculous. As much as I like Honda products, I am disappointed at what they have been producing in the last few years.

  • Daniel

    OK, I am a huge VTX fan. I have an 03 1800c, awesome bike! Rides and handles great. I think Honda is putting forth a good effort but missed the mark. First, they need to put the 1800 in it, second they need to put at least a 240 on the back and then they need to do a little something with the tail light and turn signals. It looks like they started the design from the front back and ran out of time when they got to the seat so they just threw the back end together.

  • Rick

    A little slow to the line, Honda has achieved something no other Jap motorcyle company has been able to, creating a (not mentioning a few others that haven’t) cycle with extraordinarly clean lines . Regardless of what some of you may think or believe, this bike will draw admiration and sell. There is no comparison to the quality, reliability or cost of ownership that Honda offers.
    In my 35+ years of riding, from 70′s dirt to todays cruiser. I can’t wait to add one to my collection.

    Way to go Honda!

  • Mike

    I think whether this bike is a success or not will depend on price. It’s got all the styling ques right, but once you go to $12500, you’re getting close to the price of bikes like the Victory 8 ball and other bikes that come near the same price with a larger engine. Keep the price down though and it’s a sure hit!

  • http://xulonpress.com Rev. J. W. White, Jr.

    A guy walks in to a Honda dealership, set on buying himself a bike after all these years. He is going to have to settle for a nice cruiser because that’s all he can afford, even afters years of saving. He has decided on the Honda VTX 1300 after all the research he has done. He finds a salesman (because their not falling all over him in his work clothes) and asks to see a 1300 (any style) in blue. The salesman walks him across the showroom,,,, but right there beside the VTX 1300 hundreds is a stretch cruiser. A STRETCH CRUSIER. BLUE. Shaft drive, fuel injection, five speed, water cooled, low maintain, Semi-chopped stretch cruiser. The very same bike he would have had built for himself if he could have afforded it. Now that’s what I call a lucky man. The rest of you can sit down and shut up. That man is me next year. Honda has already sold one. Blue, Chrome, Blue.

  • Rebecca(Ladybug)

    I like the Fury, its clean, sexy and I just might get me one. In my opinion – this chopper has Lady! written all over it. The size if perfect for a lady of my stature 5’6″, 140lbs. Thank you Honda!!!

  • John

    This is a sick bike….. COME DISCUSS IT AT http://WWW.FURYFORUMS.COM

    http://www.furyforums.com

  • Sgt. Raymond Roker Jr.

    Looks like a real beaut.

  • Kevin

    I’ve been a Harley rider since I got my license some 23 years ago. I’ve riden all types of different brands and models. This bike from Honda answers the wants of all of us that have been screeming for a decent priced custom looking motorcycle. Lets face facts; most people(my self included) can’t safely touch the ground on most sport bikes, thier just to tall and salesmen balk at the mear mention of lowering one due to interfearing with lean angles. Another thing that gripes me is the crap I hear about the bike being a copy cat of H-D; Sorry to tell you but nearly all bikes are and have been since the beginning, after all who had the first decent production bike- ah Harley. Finally Harley and it’s fans have nothing to complain about untill the quality of thier bikes improve dramaticly; and I can say this because I’ve had them for years and I’ve spent a small fortune improving them the whole time.

    This bike rocks and it’s been way over due……….

  • Tony

    I think as for as the timing its perfect because we are in a perfect time to have a chopper made by a very good motorcycle co. as for as the looks wow it could not be any better simply put it’s just what we need in a time of choppers costing 22000 or more for a custom as nice as the fury is. I know I’ve worked for a custom shop.

  • Monty

    Is that a Honda Fury?? or a direct knock off of a Victory Vegas Jackpot?? At least Yamaha/Star came up with a much more original look with the Raider.

  • Reg Ham

    Hey i have had a VTX1800 since new in 2002. I would like to get a Chopper however, Honda has let me down again. First you keep the same old style for eight years, then you come out with a baba chopper. When will you learn. All the big boys have big displacement, please make a real chopper 240 rear tire, 1800cc. Its not that hard…

  • Gixxer

    It looks like a toy and will sound like one too. Its trying to be something its not. Kinda like a teenager who can grow sideburns and a goatee. You dont look older you just look like a punk trying to be a man.

  • loudvalk

    I’ll stick with my 110hp Valkyrie. When it wears out after 200k miles, I’ll replace it with another Valkyrie.

  • david garnett

    hi i seen the fury at the moncton collisium in new brunswick i just love the bike now if it was dark deep peral red would look really nice i have a different concept would have a seat for the girl friend which would be different

  • stratrat

    O.K. …………Now that you have had a chance to actually ride the new Fury;do you have any idea how far you can ride between petrol fills?

  • Gordon Girl

    HI i was at the Moncton Bike Show and seen the Fury and fell in love with it can’t wait to get one for myself move over
    H D !!!

  • Timothy Grisack

    Water cooled ! Enough said!

  • JUSTCOOL

    I’M ONLY CONCERN ABOUT THOSE FORKS(FRAME) AROUND THE ENGINE, THEY DON’T SEAM STRONG ENOUGH.

  • Easyrydr

    The Deuce is done so Honda is cloning it and calling it a chopper!

  • Bockium

    I’ve been riding for a handful of years now (mainly Kawasaki) and would love to own something as close to a chopper as possible, I love them. I, like so many others I’m sure, can’t just go out and afford a 22K plus ride that probably is a hassle to maintain with dealerships distant and repair info a parts somewhat harder to acquire. I recently became aware of the new Honda Fury and can’t wait to get to the dealership I frequent and see one in person. I appears to be a bike that is in a more reasonably priced bracket from other customs or even plain higher end production model choppers. Plus, for someone like me (who isn’t as seasoned as some) it’s a place to start before making a huge investment in something that may now actually work for me down the road. Who cares if it isn’t in the exclusive HD or West Coast club (I never cared for that snobbery). Who cares if it isn’t turning every head in town, that’s not what riding is all about anyway to me, less for me to worry about when parking it somewhere. So I for one am glad a reliable company like Honda is putting this bike on the road. I’m sure there’s a great response from a number of people or else Honda wouldn’t have created the bike. I just wonder what kind of gas mileage is gets and what quarks will pop up in it’s first year run.

  • http://Motorcycle.com Bobby G.

    I have been riding for many years and I think this is the real thing stock Honda reliability, chopper. Its A looker and has caught everyones” attention ,I have never seen such A bike with perfection.
    Its going to take the place of chop shops that produce good looking bikes….” with many problems”.
    I think any negative comments,against this bike are HArley drivers whom, are trying hard to climb back to the verbalised top.
    I for one will own this bike , so for all you wanta Be ers, buy one and be A gona be er.

  • MIKE G

    BRAVO!! IF VICTORY CAN TAP ARLEN NESS – THEN JESSE JAMES IS ALRIGHT IN MY BOOK TOO. THE WORLD ID GETTING SMALLER EVERY DAY , SO WHY CAN’T THE AMERICANS AND JAPANESE COLLABORATE AN DO IT RIGHT THEN PRESTO !! –WELCOME TO THE FURY — LETS SEE IF THE REPORTS OF COMFORTABLE ERGOS ARE TRUE – , TIME FOR A TEST RIDE……

  • Larry Crockett

    I have been chagrined at Honda’s evident withdrawal from the cruiser market–until this news hit. I have two Victorys and a Gold Wing. If this proves to be as good a ride as Vegas but with some of the reliability and comfort of the Gold Wing, then this is destined to be a big hit. In this time of financial retrenchment, this may even put some others out of business. The rider wins on this one.

  • Ghetto

    I bet everyone of you sh!t talkers about how it’s not a real chopper and anyone who get’s it is a poser are the first in line to suck the salesman’s c*&k to get one. F*^) off, If you don’t like it then cash in your fag stocks and buy an OCC or West Coast (you know, the crap you see on t.v.) and act like a hardcore.

  • Tommy J

    I started out riding a Honda, have also owned every other common make out there. I now own a Harley Davidson Softail, my dream bike. There is NO comparison!!!!! Honda can try to look American all it wants to, but the fact remains it is still a JAP bike…a wanna be!!! You guys may like to ride, but its obviously not your passion, so hop on your little foreign immitation, but remeber $13,000 and 13 miles DO NOT make you a biker!!!!!!

  • Tommy J

    Ghetto…your name says it all!!!!! No response to your comment is necessary.

  • http://hondafury.com mario trevino

    Hmmm…Honda bought Harley…I wouldn’t trade my Fury for ANY Harley! Face it, they all look the same, except for new stickers…Anyway,it’s not how much you paid for a bike that makes you a “true” biker, but I know I have an extra 7 grand in my pocket…and you????

  • http://saltyskitchen.com salty

    I’ve been looking a long time for a “chopper” style bike that is comfortable, reliable, will do ok on the highway and look good. This is the bike.

  • Gerald Blanco

    People forget its all about the wind in your hair and on your knees thats what ridings all about. This bike might be fun. I have a 1300c 06 and I can dust my buddys soft tail duse and my honda is water cooled

  • Kazdan

    I guess thats why everyone has an opinion, and most of the time they vary from one person to the other. I have seen the bike, and yes I bought one. I have been a Honda rider for years, Shadows, VTX, Gold WIng, Aero, and I am saying this is one sweet bike. It handles great, looks sharp, a real eye grabber and I have had yuppies, hard core bikers, and quite a bar crowd saying what I nice bike it is. We can all choose to love or hate or keep our opinions to ourselves. Get a grip on life and two around this bike. It is a very nice, smooth bike to ride.

  • midnight bugs taste best

    Money, nor the bike you ride makes you a biker as a Harley rider above stated, that my friend makes you a poser…

    The ONLY thing that matters is that your knees are in the wind and the rubber side is down!

    Only a fag concerns himself with what’s between another dudes legs!

    PEACE

  • bill revill

    too late?????? i think not.its never too late to save money on a nice looking and nice rideing chopper.i have been rideing since 1962 and this is the best ever.

  • bill revill

    oh!!!!!! i forgot,i bought a fury.

  • http://google reddog

    I ride a vtx 1800 myself. The chopper vtx 1300 nice looking. All except the exhaust system, the muffler suck to big. Honda need to come out with a vtx 1800 chopper now that would be sweet.

  • bill revill

    you can put slipons on it and not affect the warranty,as per a conversation with the dealership owner.

  • bill revill

    i have 600 of the best miles i have ever put on a bike.the comfort zone is second to none,it is one of the smoothest rides i have ever owned,and that is a lot of bikes.the engine and trans performed perfect.i have been rideing since 1960,and if there is a rateing class for this bike i give it 100%.there,i said it.have a nice day and keep the rubber on the ground.

  • bill revill

    tommy j,pull all the electrical parts off your harley and see where they are made.

  • http://none robert a stafford sr

    I am a honda gold wing rider,where can i go and look at the 2010 gold wing 1800 three wheeler.

  • bill revill

    california sidecars.com

  • Bill

    If you a real bike get a Big Dog.

  • bill revill

    i am a real biker and i like my fury!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • SUNDOWNER

    I STARTED RIDING (AND DAILY FIXING )HARLEY’S IN THE 50′S, LOVED THEM(AND AT TIMES HATED THEM) TIL I WAS GIVEN A HONDA 1100 SHADOW WITH 100K ON IT,MY HARLEY’S ,I COULD ONLY RIDE FOR ABOUT A 100 MILES BEFORE I HAD TOO GET OFF AND TAKE A NAP,THAT OLD WORN OUT HONDA WAS SO SMOOTH I RODE IT FROM CALIFORNIA TO TEXAS STOPPING ONLY FOR GAS A BOTTLE OF WATER AND A SANDWICH,AND MOWED THE YARD WHEN I GOT HOME.MADE ME AWARE THAT MY HARLEY’S WERE MISSING THE “BOAT” FOR RIDERS LIKE ME…SINCE THAT OLD HONDA I’VE ENJOYED A GOLD WING AND 2 VALKYRIES(1 DESTROYED WHEN HIT BY CAR DOING 60 MPH),LEAVING TO GO AND GET FURY ….RIDE WHAT MAKES YOU HAPPY,BUT RIDE WORDS FROM THIS OLD DAMAGED VIETNAM VET………..PS: I PUT ALMOST ANOTHER 100K ON THAT OLD HONDA WITHOUT ANY MAJOR REPAIRS,AND LAST I HEARD IT WAS STILL ON THE ROAD………………..

  • SUNDOWNER

    OH ‘ BY THE WAY; YOU CAN CALL ME ANYTHING YOU LIKE ;BUT GUYS MY AGE WERE RIDING BEFORE ALL THESE MODERN UPGRADES TO BIKES(AND ON MANY OCCASIONS PUSHING OR ROAD SIDE REPARING THEM )BEFORE FANCY LEATHER GEAR AT HARLEY’S CLOTHING STORES(WISH I HAD GOOD GEAR BACK THEN,COTTON GLOVES AND OVERALL’S WERE OUR COLD WEATHER GEAR AND RODE YEAR ROUND ——AND STILL DO) FORGET WHICH IS THE BEST PRODUCT AND BUY AND RIDE WHAT MAKES YOU HAPPY——–I’LL STILL WAVE AT YOU ,EVEN IF I’M ONLY ON A HONDA————

  • bill revill

    tell it like it is sundowner.i have been riding sinse 1962.i beleive this fury is the smoothest thing i have been on.i feel the same way.ride what makes you happy,but ride.

  • http://www.zookii.com/motorcycles.html Motorcycles

    It seems like a good deal … 13K ain’t too much for such a great looking bike.

  • Bikerfrombg

    I have seen the bike and feel there are alot of possibilites of custmozing this thing to make it your own and not have a fortune tied up in it. I am a Harley rider from way back and like the lines of the bike. I spoke to a friend that said RC Components has already made custom wheels and are offering for the model. Are there nicer customs out, well yeah, but if you want a base to make your own custom at a low price, looks like you found it.

  • Michelle

    My husband bought a Honda Fury yesterday. He has a 2006 Harley Ultra Classic that he has ridden tens of thousands of miles. He bought the Fury for local leisure riding. He’s crazy about it!

  • http://www.corbin.com Mike Corbin

    I like this bike..
    Very seriouse investment on Honda`s part to bring unique value…

  • Steve

    Looks like a great deal for the money,As for the H-D they are never going to say it looks nice.Most H-D riders now days just ride so they can be seen and pretend they have money and can be stuck up and not wave.I ride a vtx1300(06) bought it brand new tax and lisc. for just over $8000 and the only money I’ve spent on it is to maintain it,and rear brake pads once.Plus some extra’s, but never had to take to the shop to get repaired.You can’t get better quality then that.More money for me to spend on the real things that matter in life.Go Honda!Oh and by the way my VTX was made in Ohio(USA.)I know what H-D people are saying,I already know the plant is closing,but they are going to make Honda cars there,and your H-D may be assembled in Milwaukee,Kansas City,York PA., but all the parts that go in to your bike don’t come from the good ole USA either.

  • http://scooterstock.com/blog scooters

    Honda’s description of the Fury as “radical.”

  • fernie

    well i think its never too late it doe.s not matter whats going on economy if this bike would have come out in 07 i would own that bike before i bought my harley one thing about bikerif they like it they will buy it, and as far as harleys they are boreing you have to put a lotta money just to make look half way kool any way i think hond gona kick some ass on this one and if it was not for honda harly would have went bankrupt 8 years a good they saved s harly sory ass no brag just facts this statement was made on cd that had willy g

  • tc

    W O W, way to go Hon!

  • http://www.buyusedmoto.com Used Motorcycles

    I like this bike.. fury rullzz

  • http://motorcycle.com JC

    So who cares what you ride as long as you are happy with your bike that’s all that matters… “CELEBRATE LIFE”. stop worrying about others.

  • Rob

    I visited this blog to see what public opinion of the Fury was. Now I realize I don’t care. I saw it in the dealership this past weekend and it stopped me in my tracks. If it rides as great as it looks (and it sounds like it does), I’ll be adding it to my collection.

  • http://blog.motorcycle.com/2008/11/30/motorcycle-news/hond shadow

    I see a Harley V-rod here , Which makes sense because the Japanese have never once come out with an Original design on there own, They’re design thieves of the First Order and have been sued for millions by more than a few corporations in the USA IBM for one sued the JAPS for design infringement on a Computer design but not before the Japs made 300 million dollars on the deal. just another case of the Japanese sticking it to the USA , GO BUY A HARLEY !!!!!

  • http://blog.motorcycle.com/2008/11/30/motorcycle-news/hond shadow

    and you guys buying this Call yourselves Americans! what a joke!

  • Honda fury “blue”

    I got the fury. It’s a awsome ride. I get tons of thumbs ups on the road. And everyone says nice bike. Come on! The only ones that don’t like is the assho’z that done spent way to much on something else!
    Just keeping it real, as they say!
    Nice job Honda!!!

  • Honda fury “blue”

    Get a new set pipes and a power comander. And your set! Bike sounds great and halls balls!

  • Herb Seel

    Went to my local Honda shop and saw the thing I liked it. I ride an 05 VTX 1300 C heavily cutomized and hopped up. My 1300 looks for all the world like it came out of 1968-70 and will walk most 80 cu in bikes around. Well I asked the Tech guys about the Fury and they told me that I would be stepping down if I got one. It basically runs out of umph just around 100mph. My 1300 custom will bury the speedo and keep going. Nope, I’m having fun with my bike no need to start over with less.

  • masterkylelewis

    i like this i might actually research this more in depth!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • tumeke49

    I JUST GOT MY FURY LAST WEEK, N ITS JUST AN ORRRSUM BIKE TO RIDE,AFTER HAVIN 2 HONDA SHADOWS 750 THIS ONE IS UNREAL,WITH CURL PIPES,BLACK WITH HEAPS OF CHROME,FURY3 NUMBER PLATE SHE’S LOOKIN CHOOOOIICCCCCEEEEE,HEAPS OF RIDIN TODO IN PERTH N W.A. GOOD RIDIN GUYS KEEP IT SAFE SWEET AZZZZ.

  • http://eey GRH

    Anybody know if or when the limited edition will be out in the U.K?

    cheers.

  • http://www.custommotorcycleparts.org.uk custommotorcycleparts

    This is such a great looking bike. Love the classic look.

  • http://www.seniorversusjunior.com/ Dave

    I definitely think that Honda is on to something here. These bikes are cheap and they look really good… Honda should have no problem with US sales!

  • http://bob Robert Bukovscak

    I toured a harley dealership the other day and thought for certain I wanted the 2011 superglide which my wife says will be bad for my knees as I am 48 and have torn cartilage.She mentioned I should at least look at the Hondas on the way home which I agreed.I walked in and Immediately saw it “The Fury” it was black/chrome/custom style to the max and when I sat on it the bike was so comfortable with the forward rider footpegs and the handlebars are in a most wonderful placement and the bike is sleek and sharp at every angle.I said to the salesman “I have a problem” having just been at the Harley dealer and been postive I wanted the superglide but now I would have to invest in forward foot controls because of my knee problems.I want a bike that needs no modifying and this Fury seems to be it.I had a 93 Dyna low rider and 2003 Honda shadow sabre which I liked better than the Harley and it was leak free,unlike the low rider with the wheeping side cover bolts and motor gasket leakage fixed on the warranty and soon returned to leak again.I want to stop worrying what others think and I want the Fury and so does my wife.The truth is that people will like you or not for whatever reason that learks in there own head.And if a guy laughs at me for riding the Fury and not a Harley,it is his own insecurity that leads him to buy a Harley only and not consider any other make of bike.I have a neihbor that is so hooked on harleys he went out and got the most ugly 883 sportster with the ugly wide engine guard and stupid looking windshield and of course the aftermarket pipes he bought are loud and anoying and again this is his own insecurity to be noticed by name and by sound because that is the bike he really doesn’t want but he thinks he is a bad ass anyway.Guess what pal,I am going to be a bad ass on my new Honda Fury!

  • ae blooey

    who gives a rats ass what you ride ? thats why we ride. gonna order my blue fury 2 morrow

  • DocHoc425

    I bought my Honda Fury back in April, and I have been having a great time with it. I have got nothing but great things to say about the bike and so do the people that I come accross. As for these guys who are trying to say that it is unamerican to buy a Honda or that I am going against the U.S., I’ve got two things for you guys. One, if I found a Harley that I liked I would have bought it. And two, I spent 15 months in Iraq serving as a Ground Medic for the 4-25th Airborne and I am getting ready for a 12 month deployment to Afghanistan. I think I have earned the right to choose whatever I want to ride. And so has everyone else, ride what you want but don’t try and push your beliefs off on others. As for the guys that can be honest, whether they like the Fury or not, right on and stay safe.

  • R. J. Moser

    Stop with the Harley vs Honda crap! The Honda Fury is an absolutely beautiful looking motorcycle… and for the price… eesh!!! you can’t beat it! I chose to go with the Fury because I had a Honda before and the reliabilty of that bike was exceptional. Honda Fury Red…. right on!… ride on….

  • Chris

    I recently bought a new 2010 Fury from my local Honda dealership. I’m not sure what I love more- the powerful, yet comfortable ride or all the stares and positive comments I have received. Just today, I stopped at my local convenience store and an older gentleman walked up and asked,
    “What in the world is that?!”
    “A 2010 Honda Fury”, I replied.
    “Damn! Honda’s come a long way, haven’t they?”

    I guess he’s right.

  • Robert Bukovscak

    I’m back,well I wound up buying the 11 Superglide and after the first season of riding I do not regret my decision.I think this is the best bike I have ever owned and after the first 2500 miles my bike has not leaked or seeped a drop of any fluids.Congrats Harley.Had to go with the forward controls because of my knee problems.After considering many factors such as resale value,and the fact that the sticker price on the Honda Fury was the same within a few dollars of the Harley Davidson Superglide Custom.I agree who gives a rats ass what you drive.Just enjoy riding as I myself do.I would like to add that I am keeping the stock pipes on the Superglide.I know for a fact that on long rides your ears will be ringing at the end of the day I have had extreme pipes before.Many internet post’s have people suggesting some people wearing earplugs on long rides.If the loud pipe owners are so bad then why wear earplugs at all.Sounds like even some of the baddest straight pipes people are annoyed with their own bike from time to time.I still like both Hondas and Harleys.I plan on keeping this bike for many many years and I still believe the resale value will ultimatly be much higher than the Fury after many years pass by and that is another plus for buying the Superglide. And last but not least I STILL HATE MY NEIGHBOR on the puddle jumper!

  • http://www.westanks.com.au/ fuel trailers

    It’s a little hard to believe that the bike is a relatively recent model. It really has that powerful old school look to it. Definitely a job well done by Honda.

  • Biff

    I think as for as the timing its perfect because we are in a perfect time to have a chopper made by a very good motorcycle co. as for as the looks wow it could not be any better simply put it’s just what we need in a time of choppers costing 22000 or more for a custom as nice as the fury is. I know I’ve worked for a custom shop.