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2014 Honda Ctx700 Dct Abs (ctx700d) on mail.2040motos

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YearYear:2014 MileageMileage:1 ColorColor: Cool Candy Red
Location:

Norfolk, Virginia

Norfolk, VA

Honda CT tech info

TypeType:Touring PhonePhone:(888) 977-3088

Honda CT description

2014 Honda CTX700 DCT ABS (CTX700D), ***SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE*** - Tomorrow’s Touring Twin. Talk about a bike that can do it all: Honda’s new 2014 CTX700 is your new dream machine. Part of our new CTX series, the CTX700 offers the comfort and weather protection of a full fairing, as well as a laid-back riding position with more forward-set hand controls and footpegs. A full range of Honda Genuine Accessories lets you set it up with saddlebags, backrests, and just about any other touring- or comfort-related feature you could ever want.

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2013 Honda MSX125 – The Honda Monkey for the 21st Century

Wed, 09 Jan 2013 00:00:00 -0800

Honda announced a new 125cc motorcycle aimed for youths that draws its inspiration from the Honda Monkey mini-bikes first introduced in the ’60s. The new 2013 Honda MSX125 (which stands for “Mini Street X-treme 125″) will be manufactured in Thailand. At the moment, it has been confirmed for Europe and Japan, but there is no word about U.S.

Motorcycle.com Weekly Community Round-up

Fri, 07 Nov 2008 00:00:00 -0800

Here are a few things going on around the Motorcycle.com Forum Network: Do you use your rear brake?? Another double question mark post. mrcubes2u on the Ducati Monster forums asks if you ever use your rear brakes.

Honda Prototypes and Pre-Production Models for 2013 Osaka and Tokyo Motorcycle Shows

Tue, 12 Mar 2013 00:00:00 -0700

Honda will display a number of new motorcycles at the upcoming Osaka Motorcycle Show and Tokyo Motorcycle Show in addition to a new 400cc version of its 500-series models. Honda describes the new motorcycles as exhibition models or models planned for production. The new models include the previously announced-for-North America CTX700 and CTX700N, and the Thailand-bound CRF250M motard (pictured above).