Honda Motorcycles
1024px-Honda Logo.svg
Years Active 1955 - Present
Nationality Flag of Japan JPN
Appears in Tourist Trophy

Honda Motorcycles is a Japanese motorcycle company, a subsidary of the Honda Motor Company Ltd. Honda Motorcycles is the largest motorcycle manufacturer in Japan and has been since it started production in 1955. At its peak in 1982, Honda manufactured almost three million motorcycles annually. By 2006 this figure had reduced to around 550,000 but was still higher than its three domestic competitors.

This Japanese motorcycle manufacturer has so far only appeared in Tourist Trophy.

List of MotorcyclesEdit

Honda in MotorsportsEdit

Honda Motorcycles, as the Honda Racing Corporation or (HRC), first entered in the Isle of Man TT event in 1959. Since then, HRC has been a dominant and active competitor in Grand Prix, Superbike, and Motocross events, picking up more than 250 first-place finishes. Honda Motorcycles are known for their "sleek & stylish design" and exotic engine configurations, such as the 5-cylinder, 22,000 rpm, 125cc bike and their 6-cylinder 250cc and 297cc bikes.



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