Honda has significantly expanded its mid-size cruiser line-up with the addition of three new V-twin customs based on the Fury chopper. All three use the same fuel-injected, liquid-cooled, 1300cc V-twin as the Fury, but feature different chassis configurations and styling elements to appeal to fans of other custom niches.
The Pro Street-style Sabre retains the Fury's oversized, 21-inch front wheel, but reigns in the kicked-out chopper look with a lower headstock and a shorter fork to create a sleeker profile. Available in gloss black or candy red, the Sabre will retail for $11,799, or $12,799 with the optional ABS.
Another new Honda cruiser, the 750cc Shadow RS, features standard-style ergonomics that sh
The Stateline utilizes the same low-riding chassis as the Sabre, outfitted with a shorter, fatter, 17-inch front wheel and full-coverage fenders for a more traditional retro look. The Stateline comes in black or candy dark red for $11,699; add $1000 for ABS.
Honda will also offer a touring version of the Stateline, called the Interstate, with saddlebags, windscreen and floorboards for $12,749.