2021 Honda Lineup

October 16th, 2020 by Doran Dal Pra

For 2021, Honda is offering a wildly diverse selection of motorcycles with several brand new models thrown into the mix. Everything from race-bred liter bikes, to adventure machines, to laid back cruisers, there’s likely a bike somewhere in Honda’s lineup for every rider.


Supersport 2021 Honda CBR1000RR-R Fireblade SP – We recently covered Honda’s brand new Fireblade SP in a recent post. In summation – while there are too many ‘Rs’ in the name, everything else about this machine is built for speed and setting bonkers lap times. Love it. MSRP – $28,500


2021 Honda CBR600RR ABS – Easily one of the most recognizable and legendary machines in Honda’s stable is the CBR600RR. Screming inline four-cylinder engine, twin spar aluminum chassis, premium suspension, and a track record a mile long (at least). MSRP – $11,799


Sport 2021 Honda CBR650R – The 650R packs a 649cc inline four-cylinder motor into its frame, along with loads of sporting DNA and aggressive styling, but offers riders a slightly more approachable riding experience and more comfortable ergos. Think of it is as beautiful compromise. MSRP – $9,699 2021 Honda CBR500R ABS – Looking for a sport bike, but don’t want or need one capable of warp speed? The CBR500R (now with ABS as standard in 2021), looks like a sport bike, rides like a sport bike, offers sport bike thrills, just with 471cc parallel-twin engine. MSRP – $6,999


2021 Honda CBR300R ABS – And the same goes for the CBR300R. It has all the delightful sport bike intangibles, but with more of a focus on newer riders or those looking for a machine where handling and tactile enjoyment come first. MSRP – $4,699


Neo-Sports Cafe 2021 Honda CB650R ABS – In my humble opinion, the CB650R is the best looking bike Honda makes. I love the slabby, angular styling, upright riding position, single round headlight, and punchy 649cc engine. It does neo-retro oh so well. MSRP – $9,199 2021 Honda CB300R ABS – Think of this as the younger sibling to the CB650R. Sweet fairing-free looks, standard riding position, light weight, and character in spades. This is pure riding. MSRP – $4,949



2021 Honda Gold Wing – The 2021 Honda Gold Wing might be the ultimate touring machine. It’s absolutely loaded with technology and powered by a colossal 1,833cc liquid cooled six-cylinder engine. Opt for the Gold Wing DCT, and you won’t even have to worry about shifting – the automatic DCT transmission (it has a reverse gear, too!) will take care of that for you. You and your passenger will conquer miles in serene comfort, smoothness, and speed. It also looks sick. MSRP – $23,800


2021 Honda Gold Wing Tour – And the Gold Wing Tour is just more, better, bigger. It features 50-liters of storage space, a full reverse gear from the automatic DCT transmission, and electronically preloaded suspension. This is the cream of the Gold Wing crop. MSRP – $27,500


2021 Honda Shadow Phantom – Classic cruiser ergonomics, style, and power on full display here with the Shadow Phantom. Only available in either black or white, the Phantom manages to look stealthy and subtle while making a definitive statement on the road. MSRP – $7,899


2021 Honda Shadow AERO ABS – The Shadow AERO expands on the Phantom’s classic cruiser style and adds higher swept back bars, and chrome where the Phantom preferred blacked-out everything. Forward controls and a low seat make this bike a true cruiser. MSRP – $7,699


2021 Honda Rebel 500 ABS – The Honda Rebel 500 has to be one of my favorite Honda’s. It looks great, has a gem of an engine, is a viable option for both newer riders and seasoned vets, and looks like almost nothing else on the road. Color me a fan of this machine. MSRP – $6,199


2021 Honda Rebel 300 ABS – Same goes for the Rebel 300. The same customizable, stylish platform with an even more friendly nature. And, it has a terrific starting price. MSRP – $4,499




2021 Honda Fury – If a raked out chopper is your speed, enter the Fury. It has the requisite style and looks of a pure-bred chopper, without the stigma of chintzy parts and shoddy construction. Providing the power is Honda’s 1,312cc v-twin motor. MSRP – $10,599



2021 Africa Twin Adventure Sports ES DCT – The Africa Twin is another legendary Honda machine. And for 2021, it can be had in several different trims and specs including the top-tier Adventure Sports ES DCT, that last bit standing for the automatic DCT transmission. Electronically controlled suspension, adjustable windscreen, big fuel tank, tubeless tires, and plenty of power make this iteration of the Africa Twin a serious adventure machine. MSRP – $17,199


2021 Honda Africa Twin DCT – And the standard Africa Twin is no slouch. It offers up sweet tech like cruise control and a touchscreen display, a powerful 1,084cc parallel-twin engine, electronic fuel injection, and some of the best off-road credentials you can find. MSRP – $14,399


2021 Honda NC750X DCT ABS – With the NC750X, you can have your adventure riding and on-street performance too. A parallel-twin engine, Honda Selectable Torque Control, DCT transmission, and other goodies, this machine is ready to rip on road and off. MSRP – $8,099


2021 Honda CB500X ABS – For 2021, the CB500X gets ABS as standard equipment, a sweet upgrade. It’s powered by a 471cc parallel-twin and, like the NC750X, can handle both light-duty off-road riding, and can handle the asphalt twisties with ease. Hooray, for adventure bikes! MSRP – $6,999


Dual Sport

2021 Honda XR650L – And then we have the dual-sports. More dirt than pavement focused, machines like the XR650L are a blast to ride. The 650L uses a 644cc single-cylinder engine, is held aloft by long travel suspension, and has both on and off road cred to spare. MSRP – $6,999


2021 Honda CRF450RL – For 2021, the CRF450L sees several updates including handguards, snazzy graphics, an ECU update, and new fuel-injection settings. A 499cc single beats in its aluminum frame, and it makes plenty of power for any application. MSRP – $9,999


2021 Honda CRF250L ABS – The CRF250L is such a popular machine for a reason. It offers up several great features, makes plenty of power, can shred on almost any terrain, and rings in a very reasonable starting price. It looks great, too! MSRP – $5,199


2021 Honda CRF250L Rally ABS – Looking for a CRF250L, but wish it had a little more? The 250L Rally is your machine. Mechanically the same as the 250L, the Rally package adds a larger fuel tank, unique bodywork and graphics, factory installed handguards, a windscreen and new front fairing, a skid plate, and even beefier suspension. Get ready to shred. MSRP – $6,249

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