2010 Honda Fury

2010 Honda Fury

$11,000

Make Honda Model Fury Price 11,000 Color Maroon Miles 600 Honda is known globally as an engineering powerhouse whose R&D efforts are second to none in the motorcycle world. But a chopper-style motorcycle, with its extended wheelbase and raked-out front end, forces dynamic compromises not present in other classes of bikes. • Frame: The requisite [...]

hondafurry 150x150 2010 Honda Fury
Make Honda
Model Fury
Price 11,000
Color Maroon
Miles 600

Honda is known globally as an engineering powerhouse whose R&D efforts are second to none in the motorcycle world. But a chopper-style motorcycle, with its extended wheelbase and raked-out front end, forces dynamic compromises not present in other classes of bikes.
• Frame: The requisite chopper stance is provided by the tall steering head. Frame tubes, nicely color-matched, are on full display, especially at the triangulated steering head. “The negative space is very important,” says Conte.
• Fuel tank: Tanks are a focal point of any motorcycle, and here Honda has hit it out of the park. Its sculpted design sitting high atop the frame’s backbone tube looks sensational, made extra distinctive by its character lines that gently arch as they run down the flanks. It ranks as among the prettiest fuel cells ever fitted to a production bike.
• Wheels: The multi-faceted nine-spoke front wheel looks sensational, especially the right side where it’s not obstructed by a brake rotor.
• Fender: A close-fitting fender that wraps tightly around the radius of a front tire is fairly uncommon in the realm of production bikes. The Fury’s is lovely.
• Headlight: Chrome, of course, and jutting proudly into the wind with a gentle arch and a subtle eyebrow.
• Engine: Creating a liquid-cooled motor and having its attendant plumbing look clean is incredibly difficult. Honda packaged the unobtrusive radiator neatly between the frame’s dual downtubes, and the radiator hose leading to the forward cylinder is cleverly concealed beneath the valve cover in a patented arrangement.Frame tubes, nicely color-matched, are on full display, especially at the triangulated steering
head.
Long, lean and mean, stretching nearly six feet from axle to axle, this machine literally screams with chopper style. And once you’ve saddled up and fired that big 1312cc V-twin, and felt its throbbing pulse beneath you, you’ll know you’ve experienced a motorcycle like none other. This 2010 Honda Fury still has a warranty and it is just like new with out the dealership fees. The Honda only has 600 miles and it is priced to move. Buy this 2010 Honda Fury! For more pictures go to allchoppersales.com

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