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Andy Downes  says:

Honda shocks with new NM4 Vultus

Don’t be fooled by the futuristic styling and concept bike looks, this is a full production bike from Honda called the NM4 Vultus which has just been officially announced.The looks are going to be something of an opinion divider for sure and it remains unclear why Honda has done something as oddball as this when the Honda DN-01 was such...

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Oct 08

Posts: 4

Tadashi says:

Good base for the next Integra

' It has 43mm front forks, single rear shock with an 18in front wheel and 17in rear which has a fat 200 section rear tyre.' - This structure can be used to improve the Integra 700/750. Better underseat space and it will still have better handling than maxi scooters.

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Feb 09

Posts: 515

Actually, on reflection, a better name for it might be Revolt-us.

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Oct 05

Posts: 530

evilamnesiac says:


...Clutch arm is unlikely, seeing as its a DCT transmission.

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Jul 12

Posts: 32

oldmanA says:


 I'm not going to pass judgement till I have a test ride (with a hoodie over my helmet)  :-)



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Nov 03

Posts: 2154

saturn392 says:


should be called a Vulva coz the bloke who designed it is a ****!   I could imagine Harvey from 'Suits' on one!

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Jul 05

Posts: 8

jlovie says:

Reminds me of the Ner-A-Car.

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May 10

Posts: 7

trophyian says:

 What a bold  move.. as a styling excercise  I love it . Nice to see that innovation in the styling department hasn't t been held back. Will be interesting to see how performs. Not one for the "power rangers" though ;-)

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Nov 08

Posts: 122

rcraven says:

new honda

 Nice to see innovation and technology combined with some forward thinking.  The motor cycle industry started with the addition of a small engine added to the wheel or frame of a bicycle and we have gone far away from that.

I know purists and hard bikers will hate it but some others will accept that  futuristic look and if its a well made, balanced machine, which Honda do wel,l and selling at the right price then i wish it well.  The market needs innovation in order to survive into the future.

Perhaps they could have added an air bag like their goldwing cousin.







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Fly by night


Sep 07

Posts: 225

Fly by night says:


Not so sure it's the right way to go but it has opened up a question mark about it. It also should have been shaft drive not chain. Don't think I like it that much enough to buy one but it is an interesting idea going for looks rather than performance, the styling kinda says touring but city but too big as a pure city bike. Perhaps if they had made it a hybrid electric diesel it may have been a real inspiration giving back 120 mpg then it would have been something to shout about as it stands it's just the design of the plastics and seating that looks different everything else is much the same as all the rest on the market.

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Oct 11

Posts: 2488

Piglet2010 says:


Trouble finding the link again, but I was referring to NA and CE motorcycle sales revenue in terms of overall sales of motorcycles, automobiles, business jets, lawnmowers, snowblowers, water pumps, etc.

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