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10 things we love about the Honda Fury

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The Honda The Fury is one of Honda’s most authentic and radically styled motorcycles. It has been in production since 2010 and Honda has not made any significant changes to the cruiser. The Fury is a stylish cruiser that always stands out, especially in the bright factory colors.



For the 2022 model, Honda added beautiful pearl yellow paint and ABS as standard options. Other than that, there are no other technical changes. The Fury allows riders to stand out without breaking the bank. Riders can get the new model for $11,449, making it the best option in its class.

ten Easy to customize

From the factory, Honda Fury owners have many accessories to consider. These include a windshield for riders who do a lot of highway riding, a billet clutch cover, a billet timing cover, chrome Allen bolt inserts, custom grips, a backrest pad passenger and a low sissy bar upright.

All of these factory accessories help the pilot customize his cruiser to his liking. Additionally, these accessories are reasonably priced, allowing riders to choose what they would like on their bike. Riders who want more custom options can look to the aftermarket scene for more customization components.


9 Low seat height

The Honda Fury features a super low seat height that works with the design element. The 26.9-inch seat height fits behind the slim and long fuel tank, enhancing the aesthetics of the cruiser. It works perfectly with the Fury’s long rake, helping the rider fit comfortably on the bike.

The low seat height makes it easier for riders to control or maneuver this slightly heavy cruiser. When arriving at stops, riders can easily put their feet back on the ground. This improves the Fury’s driving dynamics, making it a good fit for most cruiser enthusiasts.

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8 Shaft final drive

The shaft drive is uniquely integrated into the final design to enhance the appearance of the Fury drive. This system reduces the operating and maintenance costs of the Fury. It also helps keep the bike clean since riders won’t end up with lube on the rear tire or swingarm.

The shaft drive system also provides a quiet drive compared to belts and chains. Therefore, pilots can enjoy the sound of the engine. The system allows Fury pilots to ride in all weather conditions without being affected.

seven High tensile steel frame

The high-tensile steel open frame is the centerpiece of the Honda Fury. It helps deliver a minimalist chopper style while adding a bit of functionality. The frame helps deliver a smooth, quality ride and responsive handling. This is thanks to the placement of the engine and the long rake of the cruiser.

Its angled front end with a slim 21-inch front tire helps the Fury have a comfortable ride while making it an exceptional 71.2-inch-long canvas. All of these components work together to give the Fury a charming and distinctive cruiser look.

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6 Minimal and touch controls

To help the rider focus on the road, Honda outfitted the Fury with a minimalist feel, especially with the controls. There are no custom ride modes on the Fury. This eliminates the need to fiddle with the controls while driving.

Additionally, all of the Fury’s buttons and controls are touch-sensitive, which gives satisfying feedback. This allows the rider to engage with the ride, especially when shifting through the five gears. The Fury also features an adjustable clutch lever for added comfort on the rider’s fingers.


5 Note on deep exhaust

The Fury’s V-twin engine helps produce low-end torque and a nice V-twin sound. Honda specially designed the camshafts to help provide excellent V-twin tuning on the Fury. This helps produce a deep tone that helps the Fury stand out on the road.

If sound isn’t enough, pilots have plenty of alternatives for the Fury. The most reliable options offer decent sound while being road legal. Riders can also opt for aftermarket black exhausts to add a menacing look to the Fury.

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4 Pleasant color options

Over the years, Honda has only offered one color scheme per year. For the 2020 model, Honda opted for a nice Pearl Hawkeye Blue. In production for two years, it was time for Honda to change color again, with the 2022 model getting the stunning Pearl Yellow.

The color looks great in the sun, mainly because of the pearl flakes. Plus, it ties in with the theme of a cruiser motorcycle by helping the rider always stand out. Plus, yellow is a high-visibility color that grabs attention without letting it go.

3 Adjustable rear suspension

Honda fitted the Fury with a 45mm stretched telescopic suspension in the front. This is not adjustable, but it does offer 4 inches of travel. In the rear, riders can enjoy increased comfort thanks to the monoshock and aluminum swingarm that offers 3.7 inches of travel.

The rear shock is adjustable, giving the rider five-position spring preload adjustment and adjustable rebound damping. Spring preload adjustment allows the rider to adjust the sag or stiffness of the spring. It also helps keep the shock from bottoming out under acceleration and over bumps.

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2 strong heartbeat

Unlike other Honda products, the Fury has a glorious 1,312cc 52-degree V-twin engine. The engine produces a manageable 53.7 hp and 73 lb-ft of torque. Honda also uses a single-pin crankshaft and dual balancers to help deliver plenty of low-end torque.

This helps the V twin deliver the expected performance and sound. Honda also uses fuel injection to deliver reliable performance. This eliminates the need to fiddle with a choke, providing no hassle for high altitude startups or cold mornings.

1 chopper style

The Fury is Honda’s version of the chopper style. This radically styled bike is authentic and features plenty of custom styling cues to help it stand out. The standout feature includes the teardrop-shaped seamless fuel tank coated in Honda’s Pearl Yellow color.

The Fury also features an ingenious adjustable rear suspension system to help handle uneven roads. Another nice aspect of the Honda Fury is the aluminum swingarm that holds the shaft drive system and the big 200 series rear tire.