Images of the Honda Fury chopper have been leaked out, and while the official unveiling will be tomorrow, you don’t have to wait.
The Fury is a long, somewhat traditionally-styled chopper with a large single front disc brake, a raked front end and a flowing rigid-frame-style seat (though there is a rear shock hidden back there).
It’s powered by a 1,312 cc fuel-injected, liquid-cooled V-twin, with the radiator slotted between the two front frame rails. Wheelbase is a lengthy 1,808.5 mm, tires are 90/90-21 up front and a fashionably wide 200 mm section rear.
Altogether, Honda’s version of a chopper looks rideable and tidy, with parts appearing to fit well together aesthetically and functionally. A custom market is sure to spring up quickly, with shorter, de-raked front ends, 17-inch wheels, underseat exhausts, clip-ons, Ohlins rear suspension — you know, the usual route for a bike of this ilk …
More info tomorrow when the full specs are released.