Honda Enthusiasts Web Resource Page:

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This page is dedicated to resources for the Honda enthusiast!

Pictured below is the 2010 Sabre from the new "Customline" series.  There are three models in this series with many available options.  Honda's going custom!

Photo Library of Honda Motorcycles:

www.motorera.com/honda/index.htm

www.world.honda.com/collection-hall/search/n_2_all.html

Long list of all Honda models with many pictures: www.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Honda_motorcycles

Official Honda Motorcycle Website for the USA:

www.powersports.honda.com

Official "World" Honda website.  Click on the site, click on "motorcycles" on the center bar, then go down about 1/2 page, and on the right is a link (motorcycle/country links).  Check out the different bikes abailable in different countries.  You will wonder why some are not offered in the states!

www.world.honda.com/motorcycle

Parts & Service resources:  Additional resources are located on the "Vintage & Custom Motorcycle Enthusiasts" resource page.  The link is located below:

www.vcme.9f.com     then click on "resource" page

www.hondarestoration.com/index.htm

www.bikebandit.com/vintage-honda-motorcycle-parts/

www.myoldhonda.com

www.olypen.com/retro/

www.vintagehonda.com

www.vintagehonda.net/services.html

www.ohiocycle.com

www.davidsilverspares.com  located in the UK, but ships to the US

no web page, but e mail for huge parts selection: sales@vintage-nos-parts.com     (Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Parts)

www.brownsplating.com   one of the best re-plating services

www.precisionmotorcyclepainting.com  does "correct" factory paint schemes

Resource for keys:  www.hondakeys.com

several good history sites:

www.motorcycle.com/manufacturer/history-honda-motorcycle.html

www.smokeriders.com/History/Honda_History/honda_history.html

www.wikipedia.org/wiki/honda

 

 

 

 

 

 

The picture below is from our event this past July (2010).  Quite a line of bikes, though few were Honda's.