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Honda Fury Furious Hardtail Chopper Concept
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With a new year just beginning, motorcycle enthusiasts still have a lot to wait until the top players on this market start teasing us with new models and concepts. Meanwhile, thanks to Honda, we have a series of contraptions to feast our eyes with, starting with the Fury “Furious” concept that you can see in the adjacent images.

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The history behind this project is not as complicated as you might be tempted to think: three young designers from Honda Reseach & Development Americas located in Southern California were given the task to build custom bikes based on the Fury, Stateline & Sabre. Starting with 2010 Honda VT1300's, the designers had only 3 months to realize their builds from start to finish. All this while having to stay within a limited budget. Here's what Honda have to say about the 2010 Honda Fury “Furious” (Hardtail Chopper):

“Based on the 2010 Fury, Nick Renner (Honda R&D Americas) introduces “Furious”, a bold blend of new and old school flavor. Pounding the street with a 23 inch wheel up front and a 20 on the rear, Furious makes no apologies. 45 degree rake and converted hard tail create a clean, pure statement that is simply chopper. & Metal flake, variegated leafing, and diamond stitched seat contrast with the five spoke crushers and Fury tank. & Long and low, clean and mean... Furious is an instant Neo-Classic.”

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Specifications:

  • Stock: VT1300cc engine & tank
  • Front 23” wheel Rear 20”
  • Exposed shaft drive
  • Hard tail custom spec frame conversion (37degree head pipe with a 8 degree fork angle offset)
  • Custom oversize drag bars - Custom Paint
  • Custom Straight pipe exhaust
  • Custom Diamond stitched leather seat & rear hugger

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