Honda Motorcycle Cruiser Range
The CMX is a progressive custom bobber that fuses tradition with ground breaking ideas and perspectives while offering ample scope for owner customization.
The CMX is simple and raw but don’t let the minimalistic design fool you; it is a Honda after all and every tiny detail matters. The low, lean silhouette is crowned by an iconic fuel tank, aggressively raked front end and fat 16 inch tyres on large-diameter wheels. The stamped-steel rear fender and narrow frame body result in a stripped form expressing offbeat individuality from every angle.
The evocative round headlight sits up high in a die-cast aluminium mount, the speedometer is a compact dial with negative LCD display and blue backlight. The ignition is housed below the left side of the fuel tank and everything that can be is blacked out.
The original – and naked – 1975 GL1000 Goldwing set the benchmark for the breed, with its horizontally opposed four-cylinder engine and cruising form. Quickly becoming the definitive touring motorcycle thanks to a turbine-smooth power delivery and mile-munching ability, Honda’s Goldwing is known by many as the world’s greatest touring motorcycle and is now celebrating 40 years of production.
The Valkyrie has proven itself as a staple in the Goldwing family and as part of the 40th Anniversary celebrations will be released with a commemorative key. The Valkyrie’s bold look is chiselled and purposeful, flowing organically from the solid front quarter to the strong, burly rear.
Dynamic when required and chilled-out when not, Honda’s Valkyrie has a show stopping presence. Sharing the engine and chassis with the Honda Goldwing, the Valkyrie is an unforgettable custom cruiser