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.
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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