Honda Introduces the All New 2014 Valkyrie


Minimalist. Stripped down. Bare Knuckles.


Serious riders need only inquire.

Since 1996, when the Valkyrie was first unveiled, the mean 6-cylinder Muscle Cruiser developed quite the following. Finally, Honda revisits the bike that inspired so many riders. The 2014 Valkyrie’s handling capability are reminiscent of a sport bike and it flexes its muscles with a 1832cc liquid-cooled Flat Six guaranteed to take you places.

Highlighted Features:

Six Cylinder Engine
Fuel injected, single overhead cam with two valves per cylinder. The man-sized, horizontally opposed six-cylinder engine is the same one placed in our beloved Goldwing and F6B tourers but is stripped down to the tune of approximately 154 pounds less than the Goldwing. In other words, feels like more power.

Improved Stopping Performance
14mm larger diameter cross-drilled rotors (310mm) that are clamped by four-piston calipers. An even larger rear 316mm disc/caliper combo. As opposed to the Gold Wing, the front and rear brakes are actuated independently of one another with anti-lock functionality available as an option.

Seating Upgrades Measure Up
Seat height is only 28.8″ from the ground, affording riders with greater feeling of stability when stopped. Two-piece seat gives the Valkyrie a free-range cruiser-oriented feel. If riding solo, the rear seat and grab rail are removed with ease.

With three color options (Black; Dark Red Metallic; Blue Metallic) a distinctive roar and unique look, the 2014 is destined to turn heads.