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Honda Gold Wing

Series of touring motorcycles by Honda

"Gold Wing" redirects here. It is not to be confused with Goldwing.

2018 Honda Gold Wing Tour GL1800

2018 Honda Gold Wing GL1800

ManufacturerHonda Motor Co., Ltd
Production1974–present
AssemblyJapan
PredecessorGL1800 (2001–2017)
ClassTouring
Engine1,833 cc (111.9 cu in) water-cooledflat-six, SOHC, 4 valves per cylinder; with PGM-FI
Bore / stroke73 mm × 73 mm (2.9 in × 2.9 in)
Compression ratio10.5:1
Power93 kW (125 hp) @ 5,500 rpm (claimed)[1]
73 kW (98 hp) @ 5,500 rpm (rear wheel)[2]
Torque170 N⋅m (130 lbf⋅ft) @ 4,500 rpm (claimed)[1]
148 N⋅m (109 lb⋅ft) @ 1,210 rpm (rear wheel)[2]
Ignition typeDigital electronic
Transmission6-speed manual with slipper clutch, Tour with electric reverse, or 7-speed dual-clutch automatic with reverse and forward
Frame typeAluminum die-cast, twin tube
SuspensionF: Single shock double wishbone 109.2 mm (4.30 in) travel
R: Single-sided swing arm with Pro-Link Showa shock, 104.1 mm (4.10 in) travel
BrakesF: Dual 320 mm (13 in) discs, dual radial-mounted 6-piston Nissin calipers
R: Single 316 mm (12.4 in) disc, 3-piston Nissin caliper
TiresF: 130/70R-18, R: 200/55-16
Rake, trail30.5 degrees/109 mm (4.3 in)
Wheelbase1,690 mm (66.7 in)
DimensionsL: 2,575 mm (101.4 in)
W: 905 mm (35.6 in)
H: 1,430 mm (56 in)
Seat height740 mm (29.3 in)
Weight357 kg (787 lb)[3] Gold Wing (wet)
379.0 kg (835.5 lb)[1] Gold Wing Tour (wet)
Fuel capacity20.8 L (4.6 imp gal; 5.5 US gal)[3]

The Honda Gold Wing is a series of touring motorcycles manufactured by Honda. Gold Wings feature shaft drive, and a flat engine. Introduced at the Cologne Motorcycle Show in October 1974,[4] the Gold Wing went on to become a popular model in North America, Western Europe and Australia, as well as Japan.

The Gold Wing series[edit]

Total sales are more than 640,000, most of them in the U.S. market.[5][6] Gold Wings were manufactured in Marysville, Ohio from 1980 until 2010, when motorcycle production there was halted.[7][8] No Gold Wings were produced for the 2011 model year; and production resumed in Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan in 2011 using tooling transported from the American factory.[9]

The Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan [ja] includes a Honda Gold Wing GL1000 manufactured in 1974 as one of their 240 Landmarks of Japanese Automotive Technology.[10] Through 2012, Honda GL models have appeared eighteen times in the Cycle World list of Ten Best bikes.[11]

Over the course of its production history, the Gold Wing had many design changes. Beginning in 1975 with a 999 cc (61.0 cu in) flat-four engine, by 2001 this had grown to a 1,832 cc (111.8 cu in) flat-six. The 2012 model had anti-lock braking, cruise control, electrically assisted reverse gear, an optional airbag, a fairing with heating and an adjustable windscreen, panniers and a trunk, a pillion backrest, satnav, and a six-speaker radio/audio system with MP3/iPod connectivity.[12][13]

Gold Wing development[edit]

In 1972, following the success of the ground-breaking CB750superbike, the company assembled an R&D design team to explore concepts for a new flagship motorcycle.[14] The project leader was Shoichiro Irimajiri, who in the 1960s had designed Honda's multi-cylinder MotoGP engines and their Formula OneV12 engine.[15][16][17]

The 1974 Gold Wing with its flat-four shaft-drive powertrain used technologies both from earlier motorcycle[18][19] and automotive designs.[20]

Although preceded by the 1971 water-cooledSuzuki GT750 two-stroke triple,[21][22] the Gold Wing was the first Japanese production motorcycle with a water-cooled four-stroke engine.[23] The first four-cylinder boxer engine was produced in 1900.[24]

Target market[edit]

During its development, the CB750 was known within Honda as their "King of Motorcycles";[25] so Honda's next big thing would be deemed the "King of Kings".[4][26] Honda first envisaged the Gold Wing as a large sport motorcycle, but on learning that customers were "piling miles on touring", Honda reconsidered the bike's design objectives,[27][28] realising that the primary market for the Gold Wing was the long-distance motorcyclist.[29] In North America a motorcycle suitable to that task would need comfort for the long haul, wind protection, a smooth ride, a comfortable seat, luggage storage, and power in abundance.[30][31]

In America in the early 1970s, long-distance motorcyclists had only a few manufacturers to choose from: Harley-Davidson, Moto Guzzi and BMW. The H-D Electra Glide was a comfortable, high-maintenance and high-vibration motorcycle with a loyal cult following.[32][33] It faced strong competition from Moto Guzzi's 850cc Eldorado.[34] BMW motorcycles were smoother and more reliable, if expensive.[14] Other large Japanese motorcycles, such as the Honda CB750 and the Kawasaki Z1 were cheaper but were not ideal tourers with their small fuel tanks and rear drive-chains needing regular maintenance.[4] The Gold Wing was aimed at a newly emerging market segment namely, a new kind of American long-distance rider not likely to buy a Harley-Davidson or BMW but who would open their wallets for an affordable machine offering comfort, endurance, low-maintenance and a smooth, torquey, quiet engine.[16][32][17][35]

The Gold Wing's secondary target market was Europe, where riders prioritised handling and performance over luxury.[32][36] (The European market's special demands subsequently led to the Honda Pan European).[37]

M1 prototype & Project 371[edit]

In 1972, the project team broke from Honda practice[17] to produce an experimental prototype motorcycle, code-named "M1". Instead of the usual transverse engine layout with a chain final drive, the M1 had a longitudinal engine suitable for shaft drive. The M1 had a 1470cc liquid-cooled[16]flat-six engine, (twice the displacement of the CB750). Instead of seeking high performance (as some engineers had wanted) the M1 engine was designed to have a broad torque output and to produce 80 horsepower (60 kW) at 6700 rpm, with a top speed of 220 kilometres per hour (140 mph).[32][28]

The brainstorming team's M1 project was never intended as a production prototype. Nonetheless, the M1 should be seen as the primordial Gold Wing because so many of its distinctive features appeared on the GL1000.[15][16][38] The flat-six gave the M1 a low center of gravity, enhancing stability, but the extreme length of the engine/gearbox unit resulted in a cramped riding position.[39] Instead, the project team chose to build a bike with a compact one liter flat-four engine.[32][28] This bike was code-named "Project 371", and Toshio Nozue (who had worked on CB750 development)[40] took over from Irimajiri as project leader.[41][42][43]

1st Generation[edit]

GL1000[edit]

The Project 371 team finally settled on a layout that became the characteristic Gold Wing: a liquid-cooled flat-four SOHC engine, with a gear-driven generator that contra-rotated to counteract the engine's torque reaction.[36][46]Cylinder blocks and crankcase were integral, with the transmission situated beneath the crankcase to keep the unit construction engine as short as possible. Final drive was by shaft.[47][48]

Before going on sale in the US and in Europe in 1975, the Gold Wing was revealed to dealers in September 1974 at American Honda's annual dealer meeting in Las Vegas, and then shown to the public the following month at the IFMA[49] (International Bicycle and Motorcycle Exhibition; today Intermot) in Cologne.[8][50]

Small fairings had been mounted on two of the show models at the US dealer show in Las Vegas.[36][47] These Honda-designed fairings were to be manufactured in the US by the Vetter Fairing Company and sold as Hondaline accessories; but they never went into production after the molds were accidentally destroyed.[51] Consequently, the Gold Wing was born into the world naked, lacking saddlebags and having no place for luggage, without even a windshield.[8] This created a golden opportunity for accessory manufacturers,[20] who quickly offered a range of fairings and luggage accessories, particularly the Craig VetterWindjammer series.[4]

The original 999 cubic centimetres (61.0 cu in) GL1000 (designated K0) had an electric starter backed up by a kick start lever stored inside a dummy fuel tank, which also housed the radiator expansion tank, electrical components, as well as the air filter supplying four Keihin 32 mm CV carburetors. The real fuel tank was under the seat, in order to keep the center of mass as low as possible.[52] The bike had a dry weight of 584 pounds (265 kg).[48][35][45] 13,000 Gold Wings were sold in the United States in 1975.[14]

There were no significant changes in the standard Gold Wing for 1976 (the K1 model).[47] To mark the United States Bicentennial year Honda announced the GL1000 LTD with distinctive insignia and color scheme (e.g., gold stripes, gold wheels)[15] plus some extra amenities.[52][53] The LTD was a genuine limited edition with production restricted to about 2,000 units.[47][35]

In the third model year (K2) Honda began refining the Gold Wing, although the changes for 1977 were small, such as exhaust pipe heat shields, revised seat and handlebar, as well as a new fuel gauge.[52] Weight increased to 595 pounds (270 kg).[35] The motorcycle division of Honda UK produced 52 Executive GL1000 K1 bikes by adding premium accessories to 1977 Gold Wings.[47]

The engine was modified in 1978 for the GL1000 K3 model, in order to make more torque available at lower engine speeds; the carburetors were reduced in size by 1 mm, the exhaust system was redesigned, valve timing and ignition timing were altered.[54] The kick-start mechanism was removed from the engine, and a reserve lighting module for the headlight and taillight (automatically switching to the second filament when one burns out) was removed from the electrics.[47] A small instrument panel appeared on top of a restyled dummy fuel tank. Wire-spoke wheels were replaced with Honda's new ComStar wheels, but the existing tires with inner tubes remained.[52][55] Dry weight grew to 601 pounds (273 kg).[35]

1979 marked the end of GL1000 development with the K4 model (the UK version was designated KZ). Dry weight increased slightly to 604 pounds (274 kg).[47] for the last Gold Wing to be powered by a one-liter engine.[56][52] There were only minor changes for this model year, except for the ComStar wheels; new ComStars had stronger steel spokes on aluminum rims instead of the original aluminum spoked wheels that precipitated a 1979 recall (for the 1978 model year).[57][58] During the final run of the GL1000 in 1979, Hondaline saddlebags and trunk were available, but Honda still did not offer a fairing.[50]

Honda sold more than 97,000 units of the GL1000 in the United States between 1975 and 1979.[14]

1976 GL1000 engine close up

Honda Gold Wing GL1100 Full

2nd Generation[edit]

GL1100(SC02)[edit]

1980 Honda Goldwing GL.jpg

1980 Honda Gold Wing GL1100

AssemblyJapan '79–'80; Marysville, Ohio '80–'83
Engine1,085 cc (66.2 cu in) SOHC, flat-four[59]
Bore / stroke75.0 mm × 61.4 mm (2.95 in × 2.42 in)
Compression ratio9.2:1
Power81 hp (60 kW) @7000 rpm [60][61]
Torque88 N⋅m (65 lbf⋅ft) @5500 rpm [60][61]
Ignition typeElectronic
Transmission5-speed manual
Frame typeSteel full-duplex cradle
SuspensionF: Air-assisted telescopic fork, 148 mm (5.8 in) travel; anti-dive '82–'83
R: Air-assist shocks 80 mm (3.1 in) travel [62]
BrakesF: Dual discs, 1-piston calipers '80–'81
R: Single disc, 1-piston caliper '80–'81
F: Dual discs, 2-piston calipers '82–'83
R: Single disc, 2-piston caliper '82–'83
TiresF: 110/90-19 62H, R: 130/90-17 68H '80–'81
F: 120/90-18 65H, R: 140/90-16 71H '82–'83[59]
Rake, trail29.17 degrees/134 mm (5.3 in) '80–'81 [63]
29.17 degrees/132 mm (5.2 in) '82–'83 [64]
Wheelbase1,605 mm (63.2 in)[62]
DimensionsL: 2,340 mm (92 in) GL1100 Standard
Seat height790 mm (31 in)
Fuel capacity20 L (4.4 imp gal; 5.3 US gal)

After five years of the GL1000, the second-generation Gold Wing was released in 1979 as a 1980 model, and the GL1100 would be continued through the 1983 model year. The GL1100 was manufactured in Japan until May 1980 when Honda started building 1981 models at the Marysville Motorcycle Plant in Ohio[8][65] (which had been making frames and parts for various models since 1974).[66] Gold Wings would be built at a rate of 150 units a day for the years 1981–1983. Engines were still being built in Japan, but Honda began to market the machine as being made in America.[67]

The Gold Wing faced competition from Japan in the form of the Suzuki GS1000 with an inline-four engine, and especially in the Kawasaki Z1300 that had a massive DOHC 1300cc straight-six engine with water cooling. Honda responded by increasing the displacement of the Gold Wing, and then followed-up by announcing the first Japanese full-dress tourer.[65] The new engine was more than just a GL1000 with a 3 mm larger bore, the alterations clearly emphasized torque over horsepower.[15] The cylinder heads were modified to improve combustion at low and middle engine speeds, transmission gear ratios were changed and the final drive ratio shortened to make more torque available at highway speeds.[54] The bore size for all four carburetors was again reduced by 1 mm, to 30 mm.[68]

The wheelbase was lengthened over that of the GL1000, and air suspension was added.[15][53] The GL1100 had an adjustable seat, and for the first time used tubeless tires, mounted on black reverse ComStar wheels.[52] The naked Gold Wing, which would become known as the Standard model, weighed 589 pounds (267 kg) dry.[35] In spite of the fact that here were only minor changes to differentiate the GL1100 '81 edition from the previous year.[65]

Ridden by Emilio Scotto, the GL1100 is the bike that toured the world. Holding the record for the longest distance of any motorcycle total distance of 457,000 miles (735,000 km).[69]

All the 1982 Gold Wings had transmission ratios revised (again) to lower engine rpm at cruising speeds, new brakes with twin-piston calipers and wider tires on smaller wheels.[54] Dry weight for the GL1100 '82 was 595 pounds (270 kg).[35][65]

Transmission gear ratios were revised yet again for the 1983 Gold Wings to lessen engine speed on the highway.[54] But the significant changes were not to the engine, they were to the running gear in this last year for GL1100s. Cast aluminum eleven-spoke wheels replaced the ComStars. The front suspension was endowed with TRAC anti-dive forks with an integrated fork brace,[52] and the rear suspension worked even with no air pressure.[65] Honda's first combined braking system, dubbed Unified Braking at the time, debuted in 1983; it engaged both front and rear brakes in unison when the brake pedal was applied.[70][71] Dry weight for the standard GL1100 inched up to 599 pounds (272 kg).[35]

GL1100 Interstate[edit]

Honda went beyond the mechanical makeover of the naked Gold Wing in March 1980 by releasing the first Japanese turn-key tourer, the Interstate model (GL1100I) with a factory-installed full fairing, saddlebags and a removable trunk, plus a long list of optional extras including a stereo system.[72] This bike was called the De Luxe model (GL1100DX) in some markets.[68] The fairing was designed to protect both the rider and a passenger from the wind. Likewise, the saddlebags and trunk were intended to carry the baggage of two people.[23] This made the Interstate significantly heavier than the standard model, with a dry weight of 672 pounds (305 kg).[15] The almost identical Interstate model was made for 1981.[65]

The GL1100I '82 model offered more options, such as a new stereo, a 40-channel CB transceiver, and an on-board compressor to adjust the suspension air pressure.[52] Dry weight was 679 pounds (308 kg).[35][65]

The GL1100I '83 received the engine and running gear updates of the standard model; dry weight increased to 686 pounds (311 kg).[65]

GL1100 Aspencade[edit]

Starting in 1982, Honda offered three different Gold Wing models.[52] With the introduction of the Aspencade (GL1100A) Honda took the full-dress tourer to a new level of luxury, with a larger seat, two-tone paint and more storage compartments, together with many options from the Interstate that were being included as standard.[15] All three brake disks on the GL1100A were internally ventilated. The additional items jacked up the dry weight to 702 pounds (318 kg).[35][65]

The GL1100A '83 received the same engine and running gear updates of the other models. The Aspencade also got new front and rear brakes, with internally ventilated front discs (only), as well as a digital LCD instrument panel and some additional amenities for rider and passenger. Weight went up just a bit to 707 pounds (321 kg).[65]

Honda GL1100 Interstate

Honda Gold Wing GL1100 Full-Dresser

3rd generation[edit]

GL1200(SC14)[edit]

Honda Gold Wing 1200

Honda Gold Wing GL1200

Production1983—1987
AssemblyMarysville, Ohio
Engine1,182 cc (72.1 cu in) SOHC, flat-four
Bore / stroke75.5 mm × 66 mm (2.97 in × 2.60 in)
Compression ratio9.0:1
Ignition typeElectronic
Transmission5-speed manual
Frame typeSteel full-duplex cradle
SuspensionF: Air-assisted, anti-dive telescopic fork, 5.5 in (140 mm) travel
R:Air-assist shocks 4.1 in (100 mm) travel
BrakesF: Dual discs, 2-piston calipers
R: Single disc, 2-piston caliper
TiresF: 130/90-16 67H, R: 150/90-15 74H
Rake, trail30 degrees/4.6 in (120 mm)
Wheelbase1,610 mm (63 in)[73]
DimensionsL: 2,355 mm (92.7 in) GL1200 Standard
Seat height780 mm (31 in)
Fuel capacity22 L (4.8 imp gal; 5.8 US gal)

In 1983 Honda was facing a challenge in the marketplace from a new full-dress tourer, the Yamaha Venture XVZ 1200 with its DOHC four valve per cylinder V4 engine (as Yamaha's XS Eleven Venturer had challenged the GL1100 two years earlier). Honda hit back at the Milan motorcycle show late that year by announcing a new 1984 Gold Wing that pushed its four-cylinder engine design to its limits. The bored and stroked boxer produced more power and torque; a new final drive ratio gave the GL1200 taller gearing in order to reduce noise and vibration.[54] The four Keihin 32 mm CV carburetors were larger than those on the GL1100 engine, on the other hand, they were the same size as the '75–'76 GL1000 carbs.[45] Incorporating hydraulic actuation for the clutch, in addition to hydraulic tappets for the valves, made the new engine virtually maintenance-free.[15] In order to make the Gold Wing more nimble, front and rear wheel diameters contracted (and tire widths expanded) one more time.[74] The GL1200 was built on a new, stronger frame and despite all the improvements, the claimed dry weight of the naked bike remained unchanged at 599 pounds (272 kg) for the 1984 model year.[35]

1984 was the one and only year for the GL1200 Standard (which was not exported to Europe) for the reason that sales had decreased in favor of the Interstate and Aspencade models. This led to the decline of aftermarket manufacturers such as the Vetter Fairing Company.[75]

The GL1200's competitors were becoming more numerous. Last of the big Japanese manufacturers to do so, Suzuki finally entered the marketplace in 1985 with their full-dress tourer, the GV1400 Cavalcade with a DOHC, four valves per cylinder, V4 engine. In 1986 Yamaha enlarged the Venture's V4 engine to 1300cc, and Kawasaki introduced the ZG 1200 Voyager XII with a four-valve, DOHC, Inline-four engine.[74]

With three versions of the Gold Wing boxer motor spanning a dozen years, by 1987 further development of the flat-four engine was regarded as being constrained by the law of diminishing returns.[76]Piston displacement had been increased twice to generate more torque, but this also made each power stroke more intense. During the same time period, gear ratios had been raised to decrease engine RPM (boosting fuel economy and reducing vibration as well as noise levels) which in turn made pulses through the drivetrain seem rougher to the rider because firing intervals were farther apart. The obvious way to deliver power more smoothly (as Irimajiri-san had demonstrated with the M1 engine) was to step up from four cylinders to six.[54]

GL1200 Interstate[edit]

Having introduced the full-dress Interstate with the GL1100, Honda used the GL1200I '84 to refine the Gold Wing's fairing so that it would come across as a basic part of the bike and not as an afterthought. The new model Interstate (still called De Luxe in Europe) had an automotive-style instrument panel up front and increased luggage capacity in back: 38 liters (1.3 cu ft) in each saddlebag plus another 63 liters (2.2 cu ft) in the trunk.[75] Dry weight for the 1984 Interstate was 697 pounds (316 kg).[74]

Despite giving the Gold Wing taller gearing the year before, in 1985 Honda shortened the overall gearing to improve performance.[54] There were many small changes to the GL1200I '85 but atypically its price was the same as it was the previous year, and at 699 pounds (317 kg) its weight was basically stable.[74]

The GL1200I '86 got more small updates, but the significant change was that all Gold Wing engines were being produced in Honda's Anna, Ohio plant from July 1985.[15][77] Claimed dry weight for the 1986 Interstate was unchanged.[74] The GL1200I '87 got a new seat design with three-stage foam;[52] the weight was unchanged for 1987, the last year of the four-cylinder Gold Wing Interstate.[74]

GL1200 Aspencade[edit]

The GL1200A '84 had all the features of the GL1200I, plus a new Panasonic audio system that combined AM/FM radio, cassette player and an intercom between the rider and passenger. Unlike the analog instruments of the Interstate, the Aspencade had a dashboard with an LCD digital display.[52] The GL1200A also had foot boards for the passenger instead of footpegs.[74] Claimed dry weight for the 1984 Aspencade was 723 pounds (328 kg).[35] The price was unchanged for 1985, and the Aspencade received the same updates as the Interstate model for that year. Dry weight for the Aspencade was 728 pounds (330 kg) in both '85 and ’86.[citation needed]

In 1986 Dolby noise reduction was added to the audio system, which was replaced with an improved Panasonic system in 1987. In its final year, the GL1200A got the same seat upgrade as the GL1200I '87 model and some amenities that had been optional were made standard, increasing the dry weight of the Aspencade to 743 pounds (337 kg).[35][52][74]

Fuel-injected models[edit]

In 1985 Honda marked the tenth anniversary of the Gold Wing by launching a gold-painted Limited Edition model (GL1200L) luxuriously equipped with cruise control, auto-leveling rear suspension, an electronic trip computer and a four-speaker audio system.[15][35] The significant development was that the GL1200L was furnished with Honda's programmed fuel injection system, previously used on the turbocharged CX500T and CX650T (variants of the GL500 and GL650 Silver Wing).[78] Also known as the LTD, 5372 units were built and sold only in North America. Claimed dry weight for the GL1200L was 782 pounds (355 kg).[74]

To a limited extent, the Limited Edition turned out to be a sham when the SE-i (Special Edition—injected) debuted in 1986, as essentially a repainted GL1200L.[74] The SE-i had the same Dolby audio system as the GL1200A '86 and was only available in the US.[52][75] This was the only year for the SE-i because the high cost of the fuel injection system forced Honda to return to carburetors for 1987.[54]

Honda Gold Wing GL1200 Full-Dresser

4th generation[edit]

GL1500(SC22)[edit]

Honda Goldwing GL 1500 SE-US, SC22, 1998.jpg

1998 Honda Goldwing GL1500SE

Production1987—2000
AssemblyMarysville, Ohio
Engine1,520 cc (93 cu in) SOHC, flat-six[79]
Bore / stroke71 mm × 64 mm (2.8 in × 2.5 in)
Compression ratio9.8:1
Power75 kW (100 hp) @5200 rpm [79][80]
Torque150 N⋅m (110 lbf⋅ft) @ 4000 rpm [79][80]
Ignition typeElectronic Solid-state Digital
Transmission5-speed manual; electric reverse
Frame typeSteel full-duplex cradle
SuspensionF: Anti-dive fork 5.5 in (140 mm) travel
R: Air-assisted shocks, 4.1 in (100 mm) travel
BrakesF: Dual discs, 2-piston calipers
R: Single disc, 2-piston caliper
TiresF: 130/70-18 63H, R: 160/80-16 75H
Rake, trail30 degrees/111 mm (4.4 in)[81]
Wheelbase1,690 mm (67 in)
DimensionsL: 2,630 mm (104 in) GL1500
Seat height30.3–29.1 in (770–740 mm)[45]
Fuel capacity23 L (5.1 imp gal; 6.1 US gal)
GL1500 with the dashboard visible
1992 Gold Wing GL1500 Aspencade

A new design team began work on the fourth-generation Gold Wing in 1984. Honda describes prototype testing as involving sixty developmental stages, and building fifteen different test bikes, including one made from a GL1200 frame coupled with the original M1 engine so that a six-cylinder could be compared to a four-cylinder head-on.[15][82] This early '70s prototype had an influence far beyond what the M1's initial designers could have expected.[16]

New Gold Wing engine design goals were smoothness, quietness and enormous power.[15][52] Ultimately, a redesigned Gold Wing made its debut at the 1987 Cologne Motorcycle Show, 13 years after the original GL1000 was first shown to the public at the same venue, and the GL1500 brought the most changes seen to the Gold Wing series since its inception. The biggest difference was that the flat-four engine was replaced with a flat-six engine.[82] Although the GL1500 still used carburetors, there were just two large 36 mm CV Keihins supplying all six cylinders, the first time any Gold Wing had less than one carb per cylinder.[45]

Honda also enclosed the entire motorcycle in plastic, giving it a seamless appearance. The seat height was lowest yet on a Gold Wing, the passenger back rest and trunk were integrated, and a central mechanism locked the trunk lid and saddlebags. Rear suspension air pressure was adjusted by an on-board compressor. One major innovation was the addition of a "reverse gear", which was actually a creative use of the electric starter motor linked to the transmission. Because of the size and weight, Honda felt that some people would have problems backing it up.[52][82]

The new Gold Wing had grown in nearly every dimension. A larger windshield, longer wheelbase, two more cylinders, more horsepower, more bodywork, more electronics, more accessories and more mass: 794 pounds (360 kg) dry.[76] Options include a passenger audio control and rear speakers, CB radio, auxiliary lights and exterior trim.[52] In another first for the GL1500, 1988 was the year Honda exported Gold Wings from the US to Japan for the first time.[83][35]

For 1989 Honda modified the brake discs, and raised the price. Brake discs were modified again in 1990, as were the carbs and camshafts, without a price increase.[52] The claimed GL1500 dry weight for '90 was 798 pounds (362 kg). In addition, a Gold Wing 15th Anniversary Special Edition model (GL1500SE) made its debut in 1990.[82]

The following year, to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of American-made Gold Wings, every bike produced for 1991 came with a numbered plaque and anniversary edition insignia. There were three '91 models: Aspencade indicated the regular GL1500 model; the luxurious Special Edition from the year before carried on as the SE model; and the Interstate name denoted a stripped-down model.[52]

GL1500 Aspencade[edit]

When the Honda of America Manufacturing (HAM) plant in Marysville, Ohio produced its 500,000th vehicle in 1991, it was a Gold Wing Aspencade.[84] The claimed dry weight for the GL1500A '91 was 800 pounds (360 kg). Honda began offering extra cost paint options, and Honda Canada inaugurated Canadian Edition Gold Wings in '92.[35][82]

Beginning in 1993, all GL1500 rocker arms pivoted on needle bearings, and the cruise control was updated to directly read crankshaft speed for enhanced precision. 1994 was the seventh year of GL1500 production (longer than any of its forerunners) and nothing significant changed except the asking price.[35][52][82]

1995 was the 20th Anniversary of the Gold Wing.[15] American Honda published a special hard-cover book Vreeke, Ken (1994). Gold Wing: The First 20 Years (Twentieth Anniversary ed.). ISBN . All 1995 models got commemorative emblems, cosmetic changes, a thinner and narrower seat and suspension improvements which reduced ground clearance, contributing to an even lower seat height (offsetting the weight gain).[29][52] The GL1500A was at its heaviest in '95; the claimed dry weight would stay at 802 pounds (364 kg) until the end of this model.[35][82]

The 1996 Aspencade received an upmarket audio system that had been exclusive to the GL1500SE. Yet another milestone was reached in mid-1996 when a Gold Wing Aspencade was the millionth Honda motorcycle made in America to roll off the assembly line at the Marysville Motorcycle Plant.[15][85] The GL1500 family got bigger when Honda created the first GL1500C Valkyrie in May 1996 (for the 1997 model year). The Valkyrie was the first naked GL since 1984.[52][82]

1997 GL1500s received engine, transmission and final drive improvements first introduced on the GL1500C. A 1998 Gold Wing styling makeover extended to the engine with redesigned valve covers, but no price increase. Honda commemorated 50 years in America by adding 50th Anniversary emblems to all 1999 Gold Wings; the GL1500A '99 price increased. The 2000 Gold Wings had chrome-plated valve covers, Canadian and American models also had gold-plated 25th Anniversary emblems marking 25 years since the first GL1000 debuted for the 1975 model year.[82][86][87]

The 2000 model was the last GL1500 Aspencade model.[82] A complete redesign of the Marysville Motorcycle Plant began In January 2000 to build the next Gold Wing,[15] and stories soon came out in the motorcycle press that the Gold Wing itself was being redesigned.[87] The GL1500 had been in production for 13 model years, which was as long as all of the four-cylinder Gold Wings combined; moreover, GL1500 engine continued to be used in the Valkyrie through the 2003 model year.[88][89]

GL1500 SE[edit]

The original 15th Anniversary Special Edition model had a vented windshield, additional lights, upgraded sound system, two-tone paint with special insignia, adjustable passenger floorboards and adjustable foot pegs as well as foot heaters for the rider. In 1990 It had a weight of 807 pounds (366 kg) dry. The GL1500SE '91 was essentially unchanged, though weight and price were up a bit at 809 pounds (367 kg).[35][82]

Hitherto optional rear speakers and CB radio became standard on the GL1500SE '93; boosting both its weight—813 pounds (369 kg).[35][82]

The GL1500SE '97 had powertrain updates. Honda marked its 50th Anniversary in 1999 without a GL1500SE price increase, and the American-made GL1500SE '99 that was exported to Japan got a two-tone paint job. More significantly, the export model got an exhaust air-injection system along with carburetor modifications in order to pass Japan's new emission regulations.[30][82][83]

The 25th Anniversary GL1500SE in 2000 had a claimed dry weight from 1995 to 2000 was 816 pounds (370 kg).[82]

GL1500 Interstate[edit]

The GL1500I '91 model had its weight and price cut by eliminating the reverse gear, cruise-control, the passenger footboards, and by replacing the audio system with a small Kenwood radio. The seat was lowered by 0.8 inches (20 mm). Claimed dry weight for the 1991 Interstate was 760 pounds (340 kg). In 1992 the Kenwood radio was, in turn, replaced by a new Panasonic 25-watt-per-channel sound system with intercom. Weight for the GL1500I '92 rose slightly to 767 pounds (348 kg).[35][82]

As with the other 20th Anniversary models, the cost of a GL1500I '95 jumped. The last GL1500I was the 1996 model. Claimed dry weight for '95 and '96 was 769 pounds (349 kg).[35][82] The Interstate model was discontinued, replaced in 1997 by the Valkyrie Tourer (GL1500CT) as well as the 1999 Valkyrie Interstate (GL1500CF).[90][91]

5th generation[edit]

GL1800(SC47)[edit]

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Honda Gold Wing GL1800

ManufacturerHonda Motor Co., Ltd
Also calledGL1800A (with ABS)
Production2001–2017
AssemblyMarysville, Ohio USA (2000—2009); Kikuchi, Kumamoto Japan (2011—present)
PredecessorGL1000, GL1100, GL1200, GL1500
ClassTouring
Engine1,832 cc (111.8 cu in) water-cooledflat-six, SOHC, 2 valves per cylinder; with PGM-FI
Bore / stroke74 mm × 71 mm (2.9 in × 2.8 in)[92]
Compression ratio9.8:1
Power88 kW (118 hp)[93]
Torque167 N⋅m (123 lbf⋅ft)[93]
Ignition typeDigital electronic
Transmission5-speed manual, plus electric reverse
Frame typeDiamond multi box-section aluminum alloy
SuspensionF: 45mm cartridge fork with anti-dive system, 140 mm (5.5 in) travel
R: Single-sided swing arm with electronically controlled preload, 105 mm (4.1 in) travel [92]
BrakesF: Dual discs, 3-piston calipers
R: Single disc, 3-piston caliper
TiresF: 130/70R-18 63H, R: 180/60R-16 74H
Rake, trail29.25 degrees/109 mm (4.3 in) [92]
Wheelbase1,692 mm (66.6 in)
DimensionsL: 2,635 mm (103.7 in)
W: 945 mm (37.2 in)
H: 1,455 mm (57.3 in)[94]
Seat height29.1 in (740 mm)
Weight799 lb (362 kg) GL1800A [92] (dry)
858 lb (389 kg) (fuel tank empty)
898 lb (407 kg)[95] (wet)
Fuel capacity25 L (5.5 imp gal; 6.6 US gal)
Fuel consumption30 mpg‑US (13 km/l; 36 mpg‑imp) (low)
40 mpg‑US (17 km/l; 48 mpg‑imp) (high)
36 mpg‑US (15 km/l; 43 mpg‑imp) (avg)[95]
RelatedValkyrie Rune; Valkyrie (F6C); F6B

The first new model for 13 years, the 2001 GL1800 had a larger 1,832 cc (111.8 cu in) engine with fuel injection, and a power increase from 74 kW (99 bhp) to 87 kW (117 bhp). The GL1800's extruded aluminium frame, comprising 31 elements (barely half the GL1500's number) resulted in an overall weight decrease. Options included ABS braking.[citation needed]

The 2006 model had further options: an airbag,[13] in-dash GPS called Internavi, with audio information provided through the speakers and headset cables, plus a rider "comfort package" comprising saddle heating, heated grips, and adjustable engine-air vents ahead of the driver's foot pegs.[citation needed]

Update(SC68)[edit]

The 2010 model year was the last to be produced in the United States, and no 2011 model year Gold Wings were produced while manufacturing was transferred to Japan in 2012. Some retailers and aftermarket traders group all GL1800 models into two categories: US made GL1800s (2001–2010) are "1st Generation",[96] and Japanese-built GL1800's (2012-2017) are "2nd Generation".[97][98][26][99]

2nd Gen GL1800 had minor updates:[15] restyled bodywork made the fairing and saddlebags seem less bulbous, despite being more capacious. A revised fairing gave better protection to the rider's legs, with vents channelling warm engine air onto the rider's feet.[100] The trunk, fairing pockets and saddlebags gave a storage capacity of 150 litres (5.3 cu ft).[101] The instrument display has a brighter screen, an updated satellite navigation / radio, and a revised six-speaker audio system with MP3 and iPod connectivity.[12][102]

2012 Gold Wing GL1800 model for Japanese market, with windshield wiper

6th generation[edit]

2018 GL1800(SC79)[edit]

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2018 Honda Gold Wing GL1800

ManufacturerHonda Motor Co., Ltd
Production2019 - present
AssemblyKumamoto, Japan
ClassTouring
Engine1,832 cc (111.8 cu in) water-cooledflat-six, SOHC, 4 valves per cylinder; with PGM-FI[103]
Bore / stroke73 mm × 73 mm (2.9 in × 2.9 in)
Compression ratio9.8:1
Power93 kW (125 hp) at 5,500rpm
Torque170 N⋅m (130 lbf⋅ft) at 4,500rpm
Transmission6-speed manual, plus electric reverse
7 speed [Dual clutch transmission], plus electric reverse
Frame typeAluminium die cast, twin tube
SuspensionF: Double wishbone
R: Pro-link
BrakesF: Dual discs, 6-piston calipers
R: Single disc, 3-piston caliper
TiresF: 130/70R-18 63H
R: 200/55R-16 74H
Rake, trail30.5 degrees/109 mm (4.3 in) [92]
Wheelbase1,695 mm (66.7 in)
DimensionsL: 2,475 mm (97.4 in)
2,575 mm (101.4 in)(Tour)

W: 925 mm (36.4 in)(MT)
905 mm (35.6 in)(DCT)

H: 1,340 mm (53 in)
1,430 mm (56 in)(Tour)
Seat height745 mm (29.3 in)
Weight365 kg (805 lb) MT
364 kg (802 lb) DCT
380 kg (840 lb) Tour MT
383 kg (844 lb) Tour DCT w/ airbag (wet)
Fuel capacity21.1 L (4.6 imp gal; 5.6 US gal)
Oil capacity4.4 L (0.97 imp gal; 1.2 US gal) MT
5.6 L (1.2 imp gal; 1.5 US gal) DCT
Fuel consumption5.6 l/100 km (50 mpg‑imp)
Turning radius3.4 m (11 ft)

For its 6th generation in 2018 Honda produced a completely redesigned Gold Wing.[104][105] The new model has a new four-valve engine and is available in two versions: the standard Gold Wing (replacing F6B bagger) and the "top trunk" Gold Wing Tour. Sportier in appearance, technologically more advanced, and more compact, the 2018 Gold Wing is 41 kg (90 lb) lighter than before. Its new robotically welded frame has a double wishbone front suspension, resembling the Duolever from BMW.[106] New features include throttle by wire, four ride modes, traction control, LED lighting, hill start assist, Apple CarPlay,[107] and (on the Tour model) electronically adjustable suspension. Options include automatic dual clutch transmission with a forward and reverse "walking mode".[3][108]

In mid-June 2020, Honda introduced Android Auto.[109] For 2021, Honda increased the size of the top trunk from 50 litres to 61 litres. The passenger's back seat rest features a more relaxed angle with thicker foam and taller profile. Speakers were changed to 45 watt with automatic volume adjustment and standard XM radio. Rear turn signals were changed to all red.[110]

2018 Honda Gold Wing Tour

F6C "Valkyrie"[edit]

Main article: Honda Valkyrie

"Limited Edition" Valkyrie Rune

In 1997 Honda brought back an incarnation of the "Standard" or "classic" Gold Wing, renamed the Valkyrie in the US, and called F6C in the rest of the world. It had a higher performance engine, based on the GL1500, in a cruiser-style frame. The Valkyrie Tourer version had a windshield and saddlebags. A more touring-oriented version was introduced in 1999 as the Valkyrie Interstate with a full fairing, saddlebags and trunk. It was released as a naked bike, but also had a Tourer and an Interstate model. These two incarnations lasted relatively short and were (re-absorbed by the Goldwing line.[citation needed]

These Valkyrie models were dropped due to slow sales, leaving the standard Valkyrie, which was discontinued after the 2003 model year and since then intermittently new Valkyrie models introduced into the market as "limited" editions. One such case was the in 2004 released Limited Edition model, the Valkyrie Rune, complete with 1,832 cc (111.8 cu in) engine and unique styling.[citation needed]

The Valkyrie engine is based on the Gold Wing engine, but has solid lifters instead of hydraulic lifters, six carburetors instead of the Goldwing's two (carbs ≤ 2000, FI ≥ 2001), more aggressive camshafts, a free flowing exhaust, and altered ignition timing to increase performance.[citation needed]

Valkyrie revival[edit]

At the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show, Honda revealed a new naked version of the GL1800, the 2014 Valkyrie, using the same 1832cc six-cylinder engine as the Gold Wing but weighing 70 kg (150 lb) less.[111][112] The new Valkyrie has increased rake and trail, front and rear suspension revised for the reduced weight, 50/50 weight distribution and large tires after the fashion of sport-bikes.[113] Going beyond the naked bike genre, the Valkyrie's horsepower-to-weight ratio puts it clearly into the muscle bike class.[114][115]

F6B "Bagger"[edit]

2013 model year Gold Wing F6B

In 2013, Honda brought out a new variation on the traditional Gold Wing, itself being available in two models, The F6B and F6B Deluxe. The F6B is basically a greatly stripped-down version of the 'standard' Gold Wing with most of the chrome trim being 'blacked out', giving the F6B a look that should appeal to many cruiser buyers. It is affectionately known as the Bagger.[116] The rear trunk has been eliminated and the windshield is much smaller. The seat is changed for both the passenger and the rider with the most obvious difference being that the passenger no longer has the oversize backrest – a result of the removal of the trunk. The F6B Deluxe does, however, come with a small passenger backrest, heated grips, self cancelling turn signals & center stand as standard equipment. The basic design is, otherwise, the same as the full blown Gold Wing except that there is no reverse gear and early models did not have cruise control. For 2018 this model is now just called the standard Gold Wing.[3][108]

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1992 Honda Goldwing Aspencade

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1992 Honda Goldwing GL1500 Aspencade (example only please call for pics)

1992 Honda Goldwing GL1500 Aspencade (example only please call for pics)

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Most people have said that the Honda Gold Wing is a bulletproof motorcycle. But some years weren’t so good. Most owners of the Honda Gold Wing say the experience is overwhelmingly positive, but it may be smart to know which models you should avoid if you are looking for a Honda Gold Wing.

What Year Goldwing to Avoid?

  • Avoid the 1978 and 1979 (GL1000) Honda Gold Wing
    In 1978, many changes were made to the machine. It can take a few years for everything to work properly.
  • Avoid the 1984 and 1985 (GL1200) Honda Gold Wing
    1984 and 1985 Honda Gold Wings had problems with the rear wheel and other problems like an ignition problem. Honda even did a recall in 1984 because some people’s VINs didn’t fit in their brackets. Some owners had to fix this on their own.
  • Avoid 2001-2004 (GL1800) Honda Gold Wing
    The potential for frame cracking, which was caused by an incomplete welding process. Luckily they have provided a lifetime recall program, so if your bike has been recalled or inspected, all should be well – just make sure it hasn’t fallen through the cracks!

    For those who don’t want frame issues, a 2005 or newer GL1800 will be the best. If you do a lot of stop-and-go driving, then you should get one that is from 2006 or newer. That way there is more air for the radiator and fan to cool down the engine.

Best Honda Gold Wing Model Years

  • GL1100 (1980-1983): all were good.
  • GL1200 (1984-1987): avoid 1984 and 1985. 1986/87 were the best of the GL1200.
  • GL1500 (1988-2000): best 1997 or newer.
  • GL1800 (2001 to present): best 2006 or newer.

The GL1800 is a good choice for most riders. It was introduced in 2001, so it should be the only choice if you are worried about the age of your motorcycle.

GL1800 Details

The new Honda Gold Wing had many design changes to make it a more sporty bike. The focus on the redesigned machine was making it less cushioned for better handling and engine performance, but there is definitely some trade-off with this change.

The original design was received as cushier but less engaging for riders who wanted something different from touring motorcycles traditionally offered in the past. While it might not be as comfortable of a ride, with its new 25 lbs aluminum frame and single-swingarm drive train, this bike is sure to impress any rider looking for an adventure!

The single-swingarm design of the driveshaft makes for a fast and easy rear tire change, similar to that of your favorite car. The reverse gear assists when you’re trying to get out of tight parking spots like those found in city centers or school zones.

The engine used fuel injection for more power and solid valve lifters for quicker throttle response, as well as ABS brakes which were an optional add-on in this bike’s package options. The design of the heavy machine made it less top-heavy than previous models due to its new layout that utilizes a low center of gravity – making riding much easier on long trips or through difficult terrain when you need stability most.

Honda Gold Wing GL 1800 (SC79 - 2018)

GL1800 Frame Cracking

The new Honda GL1800 was supposed to be the best of its kind. Unfortunately, Honda has recalled GL1800 due to a frame defect that can cause it to fold and break.

The issue had occurred in 2001 and continued until 2004, with the production of bikes for that period all being potentially affected by this quality shortcoming.

The flaw isn’t major though-its more like an error made during production rather than the design itself. Honda offers free repairs, and they put an imprint on the VIN plate with a round punch to show it has been fixed or checked for defects.

GL1500 is a comfortable motorcycle that appeals to riders with shorter legs. It has an improved engine design, making it lighter and quieter than the previous model.

The GL1500 is a six-cylinder motorcycle with an engine power of 100 HP and 110 ft-lbs. torque – which greatly outperforms the earlier GL1200 model. All models except for Interstate variants have a reverse gear feature.

The flat 6 engine design provides more power than its predecessor, with an even lower center of gravity for increased stability. For added convenience, there are hydraulic tappets that eliminate maintenance requirements as well as automotive-style alternators externally mounted – making any service less complicated.

The Honda GL1500 is a motorcycle that was in production from 1988 to 2001. Chances are, you’ll find many on the road and at local dealerships. The bike is easy to find at an affordable price due to its age.

GL1500 is more top-heavy and less agile than the newer GL1800, has carburetors instead of fuel injection, and handles less well at slow speeds. The frame is a traditional tubular steel variety that holds up better to rusting issues, unlike its successor GL1800.

Honda Goldwing GL 1500 SE-US, SC22, 1998

Some Potential Shifting Issues

There have been reports of missed gear shifts (1st/2nd) and popping out in 4th gear, most likely caused by floorboards rubbing against the heel-n-toe shifter. Over time and with rough shifting, these bikes can become more problematic by stomping on the heel of the shifter which can cause expensive transmission wear.

To make sure this isn’t happening to you, try driving around in each gear with the moderate throttle – if it pops or slaps from one into another, then wind up paying expensive bills!

A shifter shaft brace prevents the shifter from wearing out. It is a piece of equipment that is made just for the GL1500. When it is installed, shifting becomes much more solid and precise.  A high-quality shaft brace is  sold by – GL 1500 Auxiliary Shifter Pivot

What about Previous Gold Wings

GL1000, GL1100, GL1200

Please don’t let the age of this bike fool you. It is still a great option for those looking to get their hands on an affordable motorcycle. The Gold Wing GL1000 thru GL1200 models are all vintage bikes and will provide some nostalgia factor while staying within your budget. There are plenty of them out there to be found, and some can still have lots of trouble-free miles left on them.

This generation uses a flat 4 engine design that was introduced with the original 1975 Gold wing model which makes them extremely reliable machines

Accessories Worth Paying for…

There are a lot of accessories available for the Gold Wing customer, some awesome and others less so. The best thing to do is think about what you need or would use every day, versus just buying everything that catches your eye.

For instance, if safety is important, consider getting a cruise control kit- it’s handy on long trips and can substantially reduce fatigue. On the other hand, maybe no accessories will suit your needs nicely until you know more about exactly what your responsibilities and riding style calls for.

The 10 Year Rule

When you buy a used motorcycle, it is important to know that some shops and dealers don’t work on motorcycles that are more than 10 years old.

Some refer to this as the ‘10 year rule’; it might also just be a regional issue. It’s either due to legal issues around servicing and be liabilities of being held responsible for any damage done during service or based on general experience with motorcycles that are more than ten years old.

So make sure to ask this before you take your bike in for service at a Honda shop.

Find Gold Wing for Sale

If you’re looking to buy a Used Gold Wing, eBay is your best bet. There are always tons of great deals on the site, and it’s easy to find a used motorcycle that suits your needs in just minutes.

Craigslist.org is another option for finding a used gold wing. This site is great because it has such an extensive search, so you can find the motorcycle that fits your needs without any trouble.

You should also check out Craiglist’s user-created sections and categories to learn more about new motorcycles, as well as get notifications on when listings match your criteria.

Where are Honda Goldwings Made?

From 1975 to 1979 of Gold Wing bikes were produced in Japan Kumamoto Factory. In the year 1980, the production was moved to Marysville, Ohio, USA.

Honda Goldwings were manufactured in Marysville until 2010, and later they moved back to Japan. All Gold Wings are now manufactured in Japan Kumamoto Factory.

  • 1975-1979: Honda Gold Wing GL1000 made in Japan, Kumamoto.
  • 1980-2010: Honda Gold Wing GL1100, GL1200, GL1500, and GL1800(2001-2010) made in USA, Marysville.
  • 2011-present: Honda Gold Wing GL1800(2011-now) made in Japan, Kumamoto.

Which Honda Gold Wing Build is Better? USA or Japan?

Honda moved their factory from Maryland to Japan. It is the same thing. The Goldwing does not matter where it is made because Honda has high standards and excellent engineering skills wherever they make them.

How to change the oil on a Honda Gold Wing GL1500?

First, remove the oil fill cap. We want to make sure that our crankcase is properly vented when we drain out all of the engines.

Next, use a 17-millimeter socket wrench and unscrew your bolt until it’s free from its threads; this will let us know how much time has passed since you last replaced your old filter!

Afterward, reinsert both bolts in their original positions while using 25 pounds of torque with each one—and don’t forget about checking for any damage on either washer before sealing up everything back together again!

In Honda’s instructions for checking the oil level, they say to fill the motorcycle with 3.8 quarts of 10W30 synthetic motorbike oil and then start it up so that all the parts were lubricated properly before shutting down again in order to get an accurate reading on how much is left over.

We’ll remove the dipstick, then wipe off any excess oil from it with a cloth before replacing and removing it to get our accurate reading.

Some interesting Goldwing Facts

It is a good motorcycle for many things. Here are some facts about this motorcycle which you might didn’t know about:

1. Gold Wings are the most popular motorcycle ever made, with more than 600,000 produced and counting.

2. There is no 2011 Gold Wing model because the production shifted from the United States to Japan in 2010.

3. Honda has gradually increased the horsepower and torque of their motorcycles, allowing for a greater amount to be used.

4. The GL1500 & 1800 Interstate models do not have a reverse gear.

5. Honda’s GL1800 is the first production motorcycle to offer an airbag as an option.

6. Gold Wings have a front tank used for gas and all the other things needed to start up the motorcycle.

7. The first few years of Gold Wings used a kick-starter as an alternative to the electric starter.

8. The highest verified mileage for a Honda Gold Wing is 425K miles.

9. The Honda Gold Wing is a heavier bike, but its handling qualities are praised by many.

In Summary

It’s important to remember that the purchase of a used Gold Wing isn’t as simple as it may seem. You need to consider what you want, how much you can afford, and if your potential bike is in good enough condition for its age. Take all these things into account when looking at different models so you don’t end up with buyer’s remorse!

Gold Wings are good bikes, but you need to find one that suits your needs. You also need to know how well the bike has been taken care of and what model would be best for you. With all this information at hand, go out there and find that perfect bike!

Resources:

https://powersports.honda.com/street/touring/gold-wing


What are the Different Goldwing Models?

GL1800 – 2001 to present

GL1800 had a bigger engine than the old one, and more power too. The frame was made of fewer pieces of metal, so it weighed less than the old one.

  • 118 HP and 120 ft-lbs. of torque
  • Curb Weight – 799 lbs.
  • ABS, GPS, Air-Bag options
  • More torque & HP than a GL1500
  • Aluminum frame (2001 – 2004 potential frame cracking)
  • Ergonomics – better for long legs
  • Better low-speed handling, lower center of gravity than a GL1500
  • Passenger better protection (wind buffeting)
  • Harder on tires, front and rear than GL1500
  • Rear tire changes easier single-sided swingarm
  • Solid lifters & fuel injection
  • 2005 and newer, no frame cracking issues
  • 2006 had bigger radiators, slow speed overheating problem

GL1800 MANUALS – hardcopy

Honda Gold Wing GL 1800 (SC79 - 2018)


GL1500 – 1988 to 2000

GL1500 was from 1988-2000 which is the fourth model of Goldwing. This generation had a sidecar option called a Trike conversion kit that could be used for carrying cargo or passengers.

  • 100 HP and 110 ft-lbs. of torque
  • Curb Weight – 794 lbs.
  • More torque & HP than a GL1200
  • Softer ride, than GL1800 or  GL1200
  • Lower center of gravity than a GL1200
  • Stable and heavy great in the wind
  • Top-heavy compared to GL1800
  • Hydraulic lifters & carburetors
  • Reverse via starter motor (not on Interstate)
  • Passengers prefer this model for comfort

GL1500 MANUALS – hardcopy

Honda Goldwing GL 1500 SE-US, SC22, 1998


GL1200 – 1984 to 1987

GL1200 was from 1984-1987 which is the third model of Goldwing. This generation had new front brakes, and a six-speed transmission as opposed to four in previous generations.

Honda Gold Wing 1200


GL1100 – 1980 to 1983

GL1100 was from 1980-1983 which is the second model of Goldwing. This generation had a new suspension system, improved brakes, and more horsepower than previous models.

  • 81 HP and  65 ft-lbs. of torque
  • Curb Weight – 683 lbs. Aspencade, 589 lbs. “naked” bike
  • Minor cosmetic changes
  • Full touring model introduced
  • GL1100 Repair Manuals (hardcopy)

1980 Honda Goldwing GL


GL1000 – 1975 to 1979

GL1000 was from 1974-1979 which is the first model of Goldwing. This generation had a flat seat and gas tank, detachable pillion backrests, drum brakes front/rear with twin leading shoe front brake calipers for an improved stopping distance, and four-speed transmission.

Honda Gold Wing GL1000 1975 Barber


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Why you SHOULDN'T buy a Honda Goldwing
1992 Honda GOLDWING

1992 Honda GOLDWING

$3,495

Wichita, Kansas

Category Standard Motorcycles

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

1992 Honda GOLDWING, HONDA GOLDWING - GREAT RUNNING BIKE!

2007 Honda VTX 1300 R

2007 Honda VTX 1300 R

$2,999

Harrodsburg, Kentucky

Category Touring Motorcycles

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

1992 Honda Goldwing, Nice bike that needs some love. Runs just needs a good cleaning. Call for more details

1992 Honda Goldwing 1500

1992 Honda Goldwing 1500

$9,995

Wildwood, Florida

1992 Honda Goldwing 1500, NICE CLEAN GOLDWING 1500 TRIKE!! FLOOR BOARDS, CUSTOM SEAT, REVERSE AND MORE!! NICE BIKE!!

1992 Honda GOLDWING 1500

1992 Honda GOLDWING 1500

$6,999

Hurst, Texas

Category Cruiser Motorcycles

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

1992 Honda GOLDWING 1500, New tires, new genuine Honda timing belts and tensioners, plugs, carbs cleaned out and tuned, front suspension rebuilt, oil change, new coolant, brake inspection, rear end serviced, fuel filterreplaced 2014. All service records. IN HOUSE FINANCE REED'S V-TWINS 1240 W HURST BLVD (HWY 10) HURST, TX 76053 CALL US TODAY!!! Buy Here Pay Here BAD CREDIT NO PROBLEM

Honda : Gold Wing 1992 honda gl 1500 old but a goody cheap gl 1500 stereo

Honda : Gold Wing 1992 honda gl 1500 old but a goody cheap gl 1500 stereo

$2,995

Wildwood, Florida

Category Standard Motorcycles

Engine 1500

Posted Over 1 Month

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1992 Honda GOLDWING

1992 Honda GOLDWING

$7,549

Greensburg, Pennsylvania

Beneath the Dark Custom™ motorcycle lurks a liquid-cooled 750cc Revolution X™ V-Twin engine. Traffic has never been beaten harder. The traffic-shredding ride of the Street® 750 turns the urban grid into your personal playground. From the liquid-cooled Revolution X® engine and confidence-inspiring optional ABS brakes to the nimble chassis and dialed in suspension, it’s all you need to conquer the city. And you do it in plenty of style. The 750 gives you a two-tone paint option to compliment the silver engine fins and wheel pinstripe. The fun starts when the light turns green.

1992 Honda GOLDWING

1992 Honda GOLDWING

$12,999

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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1992 Honda Goldwing Trike

1992 Honda Goldwing Trike

$16,500

Empire, Alabama

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

This is a well kept 1992 Honda Goldwing  Trike.  Burgandy in Color.  Has AM/FM Radio plus CB and a CD Player.   Driver to Rider intercom.  Driver backrest.  Nearly new tires. 13,700 miles.,  No pings or dents.  Garage  Kept when not in use.  Make someone a very nice ride.

1992 Honda Goldwing  Trike

1992 Honda Goldwing Trike

$11,499

Coloma, Michigan

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

1992 Honda Goldwing Trike, 1992 Honda Goldwing with 2002 California side car trike kit

1992 Honda Goldwing 1800

1992 Honda Goldwing 1800

$12,295

Clarks, Nebraska

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

Year: 1992 Honda Model: GL1500 / LEMAN TRIKE Miles: 79420 Engine: 1500 cc Color: Teal Title:Clean Nebraska title in handNumber: #187 Tires: Dunlap front & rears @ 50% Extras: Heated hand grips, new Ultimate seat, ring of fire, heal tow shifter. Tons of lights and chrome. 1500 miles on full service Comments: Trade in on newer trike, we sold this bike last year, customer liked it and updated. Very clean and nice machine. Unique in a lot of ways. Price: $12295.00

1992 Honda goldwing

1992 Honda goldwing

$15,900

Leola, Pennsylvania

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

1992 Teal Honda Goldwing triked with Motortrike Independent Suspension. Extras include reverse, cruise control, luggage rack, chrome rotor covers, chrome front fairing, new front tire, new valve cover gaskets, new battery, new front fork seals, chrome front fender rail, trunk carpet, trailer hitch, fender bras, 3 year warranty on Motortrike kit. Only 44,460 miles!

1992 Honda GOLDWING 1500 MOTORTRIKE

1992 Honda GOLDWING 1500 MOTORTRIKE

$3,855

Waterloo, Iowa

Category Cruiser Motorcycles

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

The Rebel®: To show off on this cruiser, just show up. Rebel riders agree, this bike makes you look good no matter how long you've been riding. It's an entry-level bike, sure, but it boasts big-bike styling with its timeless cruiser looks and nifty chrome highlights. Its reliable 234 cc four-stroke twin delivers smooth power, and its five-speed transmission is a no-brainer to shift. Why pay more for a lesser bike? The Rebel's sticker price is as unbelievable as its outstanding fuel efficiency — proof positive it's a Honda.

1992 Honda GL1500 Goldwing

1992 Honda GL1500 Goldwing

Request Price

Orem, Utah

Category Touring Motorcycles

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

1992 HONDA GL1500 Goldwing, From the factory Teal! Comes with all the extras, even a cassette player! Plenty of storage and comfort for the long haul.

Honda : Gold Wing Honda Goldwing Trike

Honda : Gold Wing Honda Goldwing Trike

$11,000

Ste. Genevieve, Missouri

Category -

Engine 1500

Posted Over 1 Month

Attractive vintage motorcycle. Front tire new last summer - less than 700 miles. Special features include radio, CB, cassette deck and decorative lighting. Seller will not accept personal checks. Seller will ride to show off bike if within 100 miles. Depending on location seller will meet buyer halfway for delivery.

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Value 1992 honda goldwing

Though most will say that the Honda Gold Wing is a bulletproof bike, there were some years that weren’t so good. Honda Gold Wing owners weigh in on their experiences with the Honda touring motorcycle. The vast majority of the Honda Gold Wing experience is overwhelmingly positive. However, if you’re looking into buying one, it may be good to know which Honda Gold Wing model years you should avoid.

The Honda Gold Wing is a bike that begs to be ridden. It’s equipped to take you near or far in ultimate comfort with excessive perks and amenities. It’s a cushy couch of a bike with a huge following and devoted fans and owners. But, as with any other vehicle on the road today, there were some years with problems.

Early Gold Wing generations date back to the 1970s

Before the GL1800s were released in 2001, Honda Gold Wing motorcycles saw a few different generations with varying engines. There was the the first gen GL1000 model from 1974 – 1979, then the GL1100 model from 1980 – 1983 which introduced both the GL100 Interstate (’81) and the GL100 Aspencade (’82). The third gen GL1200 that was one of two generations solely manufactured in the US from 1983 – 1987. That was an experimental generation during which Honda played around with the EFI technology.

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Then came the GL1500, made in the USA from 1987 – 2000. After that, from 2001 to the present day Honda Gold Wing, we see the GL1800 take the stage as the first generation fully equipped with fuel injection technology. There is a lot to love about every generation. But, according to a few forum discussions, there are some model years to avoid.

Avoid the 1978 and 1979 Honda Gold Wing model years

One forum member of Gold Wing Facts says to avoid the 1978 and 1979 models. These were both on the tail end of the first gen GL1000s. In the forum member’s words, they are “duds.” We dug a little deeper to see if there was any merit to the claim. According to Eat Sleep Ride, “in 1978 many changes were introduced, including changes to the seat, tank shape, instruments, carburetors, exhaust system , camshafts, wheels, and the removal of the kick-start.”

We see this a lot for model years which experience a high volume of mechanical changes. Sometimes it takes a few years to work out all the kinks. So, while there are still some killer antique ’78 and ’79 models out there (that are totally worth the admiration they receive), they still may have been duds in their time.

Avoid the 1984 and 1985 Honda Gold Wing Model Years

The 1984 and 1985 model years were produced as part of the GL1200 generation. Apparently, “1200’s are great but 84/85’s had rear wheel failures (due to) bad machining from the factory. As well as other little problems (nothing earth shaking though).” 1984 and 1985 Gold Wings do, in fact, have ignition problems. There was even a recall and not all of the ’84 VINs fit in the bracket; some owners had to repair their motorcycles independently.

The GL1500 and the GL1800 Honda Gold Wing Generations

Some say the the GL1500 didn’t really “get it right” until 1997. Or that the GL1800 is best after 2006. For both of these generations, a lot of what to avoid is about preference and what you want from your Honda touring motorcycle. For example, the ’91 GL1500 Interstate was void of both the reverse feature (introduced in ’88) and cruise-control.

The GL1800 cracking aluminum frame

The first few fifth gen models (from the first GL1800 in 2001 to the ’04/’05) where the first years of a generation that introduced a new aluminum frame borrowed from the CR motocross bike series. There was a massive recall due to the frame cracking. Honda gave these years a lifetime recall and most issues should be long resolved. But if you mess around with one of these years, run the VIN to ensure that recall issues have already been assessed and dealt with.

Bad Honda Gold Wing Years

Honda Gold Wings, in any generation, are solid. But even the best bikes have had their bad days. When there are so many good years to choose from, it’s good to know which years to avoid.

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1991 Honda Goldwing Aspencade GL1500

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1992 Honda Gold Wing For Sale

  • Los Angeles, CA (3)
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1992 Honda Gold Wing
1992 Honda GOLD WING Gold
1992 Honda GOLD WING
  • 4,400
  • Los Angeles, CA
  • 3 years
  • ebay.com
Extreme low mileage at 4400 miles, always garaged, and maintained by authorized Honda dealer, pretty much like new condition. Color is metallic turquoise, and she comes with matching Gold Wing helmets (although the interior of helmets could be redone, foam is a little aged). Just out of check up, oil is changed, new battery, tire life is still new, she is ready for 2018.
4400 Miles
US, California, Los Angeles County, Los AngelesLos Angeles, CA 3 years at ebay.com
Honda Goldwing GL1500A
1992 Honda GOLD WING
1992 Honda GOLD WING 1500
  • 156,000
  • Springfield, IL
  • 3 years
  • ebay.com
New tires, ring of fire lighting, upgraded cornering lights to LED running lights, wind wings, upgraded alternator, reverse, Garage-kept, No oil leaks!
156000 Miles
US, Illinois, Sangamon County, SpringfieldSpringfield, IL 3 years at ebay.com
Honda Goldwing GL1500A
1992 Honda GOLD WING
1992 Honda GOLD WING 1500
  • 156,000
  • Springfield, IL
  • 3 years
  • ebay.com
New tires, ring of fire lighting, upgraded cornering lights to LED running lights, wind wings, upgraded alternator, reverse, Garage-kept, RUNS GREAT!!
156000 Miles
US, Illinois, Sangamon County, SpringfieldSpringfield, IL 3 years at ebay.com
92 HONDA GOLDWING GL1500 SE, BEAUTIFUL TWO-TONE TEAL, ++CB++ EXTRAS, EXCELLENT!!
1992 Honda GOLD WING Touring with Cruise control
1992 Honda GOLD WING 1500 SE with Cruise control
US, Arizona, Yuma County, YumaYuma, AZ 3 years at ebay.com
Honda Goldwing Aspencade + California Dual Sidecar
1992 Honda GOLD WING with Cruise control
1992 Honda GOLD WING with Cruise control
  • 134,576
  • San Diego, CA
  • 3 years
  • ebay.com
Custom chrome handle grips * New rear motorcycle (Michelin run-flat) tire and sidecar tire * New rear brake rotor & pads. * Always garaged and comes with built in "Trailer Air" kit & trailer hitch/wiring and rear compressed air connection * Cruise control, Cassette/AM-FM Radio/CB transceiver, Sony 10 CD player & Driver side cup holder * Custom red diamond pattern saddle with driver back rest. Linked Hydraulic Disk brake
134576 Miles✔ Air Cooling System✔ Trailer✔ Stereo✔ Sidecar✔ Cruise control✔ Speakers✔ Radio
US, California, San Diego County, San DiegoSan Diego, CA 3 years at ebay.com
1992 Honda Gold Wing
1992 Honda GOLD WING Gold
1992 Honda GOLD WING
  • 139,500
  • Durango, CO
  • 4 years
  • ebay.com
Used 1992 Honda GL1500I Gold Wing Interstate, new brake pads, fluids, regular service, 2nd owner, no trades, 139,500 miles.
139500 Miles
US, Colorado, La Plata County, DurangoDurango, CO 4 years at ebay.com
1992 Honda GL1500I Gold Wing Interstate
1992 Honda GOLD WING Gold
1992 Honda GOLD WING 1500
  • 139,500
  • Durango, CO
  • 4 years
  • ebay.com
Used 1992 honda gl1500i gold wing interstate, new brake pads, fluids, regular service, 2nd owner, no trades, 139,500 miles.
139500 Miles
US, Colorado, La Plata County, DurangoDurango, CO 4 years at ebay.com
$3,999 1992 Honda Gold Wing 1500 Interstate - $399
1992 Honda GOLD WING Gold
1992 Honda GOLD WING 1500
US, Wisconsin, Waukesha County, Big BendBig Bend, WI 4 years at showmethead.com399
$5,499 1992 Honda Gold Wing 1500 SE - $399
1992 Honda GOLD WING Gold
1992 Honda GOLD WING 1500 SE
US, Wisconsin, Waukesha County, Big BendBig Bend, WI 4 years at showmethead.com399
1992 Honda Gold Wing Audio / Comfort
1992 Honda GOLD WING Blue
1992 Honda GOLD WING
  • 95,969
  • 11,888 overpriced
  • Tampa, FL
  • 4 years
  • cycletrader.com
1992 honda gold wing audio / comfort, 1992 honda gold wing audio / comfort.
95969 Miles✔ Audio
US, Florida, Hillsborough County, TampaTampa, FL 4 years at cycletrader.com11,888
1992 Honda GOLD WING 1500 INSTERSTATE
1992 Honda GOLD WING Gold
1992 Honda GOLD WING 1500 INSTERSTATE
  • 3,600 overpriced
  • Cooper City, FL
  • 4 years
  • cycletrader.com
1500 six cylinder, metallic blue, great running condition, radio and lighting fine, travel compartments, all add up to a super buy contact by phone only, no text, emails, or scams 954 600 4512.
Radio
US, Florida, Broward County, Cooper CityCooper City, FL 4 years at cycletrader.com3,600
1992 Honda GOLD WING 1500 ASPENCADE
1992 Honda GOLD WING Gold with Cruise control
1992 Honda GOLD WING 1500 ASPENCADE with Cruise control
  • 4,600 overpriced
  • Wakefield, NH
  • 4 years
  • cycletrader.com
It has air ride rear suspension with an on board air compressor.. The bike comes with passenger arm rests, as well as passenger floor boards and a driver back rest. This bike has 50,000 ( /-) miles on it
Air Cooling System✔ Cruise control✔ Radio
US, New Hampshire, Carroll County, WakefieldWakefield, NH 4 years at cycletrader.com4,600
1992 Honda GOLD WING 1500 SE
1992 Honda GOLD WING Gold with Backrest seat
1992 Honda GOLD WING 1500 SE with Backrest seat
  • 81,575
  • 5,000 overpriced
  • Tillamook, OR
  • 4 years
  • cycletrader.com
HID Headlights (lifetime warranty through HID Nation)Heel / toe shifter with running boardsChrome trunk rackHelmet hangersFull coverChrome wheel coversRing of Fire wheel accents220 multi-color Boogey-Lights w/ 2 separate zonesBattery tenderTrunk vanity mirrorLots of chrome extras. Rear Air suspensionAir compressor and attachment to air up tires2 Shoei helmets with J/P audio headsets (1 XL, 1 L)New Road Sofa seat with rider backrest and seat rain coverTulsa extra tall windshield with vent. Aftermarket exhaust systemMaintenance 10/2008 at 71,962Tune-upLube driveshaft splinesReplace tir
81575 Miles✔ Air Cooling System✔ Custom paint✔ Audio✔ Radio✔ Saddlebags✔ Backrest seat
US, Oregon, Tillamook County, TillamookTillamook, OR 4 years at cycletrader.com5,000
1992 Honda GOLDWING 3600
  • 28,000
  • 3,600 overpriced
  • Fort Lauderdale, FL
  • 4 years
  • cyclesoup.com
1500 six cylinder, metallic blue, great running condition, radio and lighting fine, travel compartments, all add up to a super buy contact by phone only, no text, emails, or scams 954 600 4512.
28000 Miles✔ Radio
US, Florida, Broward County, Fort LauderdaleFort Lauderdale, FL 4 years at cyclesoup.com3,600
1992 Honda GL1500 Goldwing
1992 Honda GOLD WING with Custom seat
1992 Honda GOLD WING 1500 with Custom seat
  • 6,720
  • 3,999 overpriced
  • Wilson, NC
  • 4 years
  • cycletrader.com
1992 Honda GL1500 Goldwing, Heel/Toe shifter, Ring of Fire, Custom seat and drivers backrest, Passenger armrests, trailer hitch, and TONS OF CHROME!
6720 Miles✔ Trailer✔ Custom seat
US, North Carolina, Wilson County, WilsonWilson, NC 4 years at cycletrader.com3,999
1992 Honda GOLD WING 1500 INSTERSTATE
1992 Honda GOLD WING Red with Sidecar
1992 Honda GOLD WING 1500 INSTERSTATE with Sidecar
  • 43,400
  • 10,000 overpriced
  • Mims, FL
  • 4 years
  • cycletrader.com
Motorcycle: 1992 Honda Goldwing 1500 Interstate, 43,400 miles, new brakes and rotors, new front and back tires, new battery, comes with battery maintainer and cover, always garaged, trailer hitch, passenger armrests and cup holder, driver cup holder, driver 12 volt plug in, CB Radio, AM/FM radio, trunk carpeting. Lots of fun to drive
43400 Miles✔ Electric Engine✔ Trailer✔ Sidecar✔ Radio
US, Florida, Brevard County, MimsMims, FL 4 years at cycletrader.com10,000
1992 Honda Goldwing 1500
1992 Honda GOLD WING with Custom seat
1992 Honda GOLD WING 1500 with Custom seat
  • 9,995 overpriced
  • Wildwood, FL
  • 4 years
  • cycletrader.com
1992 Honda Goldwing 1500, NICE CLEAN GOLDWING 1500 TRIKE!!
Custom seat
US, Florida, Sumter County, WildwoodWildwood, FL 4 years at cycletrader.com9,995
1992 Honda Gold Wing $2,000
1992 Honda GOLD WING Gold
1992 Honda GOLD WING
  • 134 below average
  • 2,000 fair
  • Arlington Heights, IL
  • 4 years
  • showmethead.com
VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): 1HFSCxxxxNAxxxx13 Year: xxxxExterior Color: WhiteMake: HondaEngine Size (cc): 1,500Model: Gold WingType: TouringVehicle Title: ClearMileage: 46,000The bike is equipped with a CB radio, intercom, air ride suspension with compressor, passenger arm rest, some aftermarket chrome and wood accents and extra LED lights for safety. The tires and brakes on the bike have over 50% life left in them
Air Cooling System✔ Radio
US, Illinois, Cook County, Arlington HeightsArlington Heights, IL 4 years at showmethead.com2,000
1992 Honda Gold Wing $4,650
  • trike
  • 4,650 overpriced
  • Hillsboro, WI
  • 4 years
  • showmethead.com
Also has aftermarket heel/toe shift, and extra lights, front ring of fire lights are multicolored and light up the front wheel. xxxx Honda GLxxxx Goldwing, Trikeman Trike, 20yr anniversary model,Very sharp and clean used trike, runs and rides excellent. Factory equipped with reverse, air suspension, CB, stereo, and cruise control
Trike✔ Air Cooling System✔ Chrome wheels✔ Stereo✔ Cruise control✔ Lights signal✔ Speakers✔ Tail light✔ Custom seat
US, Wisconsin, Vernon County, HillsboroHillsboro, WI 4 years at showmethead.com4,650
1992 Honda GOLD WING 1500 INSTERSTATE
1992 Honda GOLD WING Gold with Sidecar
1992 Honda GOLD WING 1500 INSTERSTATE with Sidecar
  • 10,000 overpriced
  • Mims, FL
  • 4 years
  • cycletrader.com
The 565 tour model features 12v electrical system, model chassis, fender, tire, individual drum brake, mud flap, soft suspension, frame rails, luxurious upholstery, a heavy gauge fiberglass reinf. Motorcycle: 1992 Honda Goldwing 1500 Interstate, 43,400 miles, new brakes and rotors, new front and back tires, new battery, comes with battery maintainer and cover, always garaged, trailer hitch, passenger armrests and cup holder, driver cup holder, driver 12 volt plug in, CB Radio, AM/FM radio, trunk carpeting. Easy and lots of fun to drive
Electric Engine✔ Trailer✔ Sidecar✔ Radio
US, Florida, Brevard County, MimsMims, FL 4 years at cycletrader.com10,000
1992 GL1500 Honda Goldwing Aspencade Champion Trike Gold Wing $4,890
1992 Honda GOLD WING Gold with Cruise control
1992 Honda GOLD WING 1500 with Cruise control
  • 4,890 overpriced
  • Los Angeles, CA
  • 4 years
  • showmethead.com
t has: Hondaline AM/FM cassette stereo with integrated intercom, also has rear speakersHondaline CB radio and antenna, reverse, cruise control, lower fog lights. he chrome accessories installed are: Chrome rotor covers ('98 and up style),luggage rack, valve covers, windshield garnish, side. The bike runs excellent and will be good for another 150,000 miles
Air Cooling System✔ Fog lights✔ Stereo✔ Luggage rack✔ Trailer✔ Sidecar✔ Speakers✔ Cruise control✔ Radio
US, California, Los Angeles County, Los AngelesLos Angeles, CA 4 years at showmethead.com4,890
1992 GL1500 Honda Goldwing Aspencade Champion Trike Gold Wing $4,300
  • 4,300 overpriced
  • Lake Elsinore, CA
  • 4 years
  • showmethead.com
t has: Hondaline AM/FM cassette stereo with integrated intercom, also has rear speakersHondaline CB radio and antenna, reverse, cruise control, lower fog lights. he chrome accessories installed are: Chrome rotor covers ('98 and up style),luggage rack, valve covers, windshield garnish, side. The bike runs excellent and will be good for another 150,000 miles
Air Cooling System✔ Fog lights✔ Stereo✔ Luggage rack✔ Trailer✔ Sidecar✔ Speakers✔ Cruise control✔ Radio
US, California, Riverside County, Lake ElsinoreLake Elsinore, CA 4 years at showmethead.com4,300
1992 Honda GOLD WING 1500 INSTERSTATE
1992 Honda GOLD WING Gold with Sidecar
1992 Honda GOLD WING 1500 INSTERSTATE with Sidecar
  • 10,000 overpriced
  • Mims, FL
  • 4 years
  • cycletrader.com
The 565 tour model features 12v electrical system, model chassis, fender, tire, individual drum brake, mud flap, soft suspension, frame rails, luxurious upholstery, a heavy gauge fiberglass reinforced body and hinged cockpit opening for ease of access. Motorcycle: 1992 Honda Goldwing 1500 Interstate, 43,333 miles, new brakes and rotors, new front and back tires, new battery, comes with battery maintainer and cover, always garaged, trailer hitch, passenger armrests and cup holder, driver cup holder, driver 12 volt plug in, CB Radio, AM/FM radio, trunk carpeting
Electric Engine✔ Trailer✔ Sidecar✔ Radio
US, Florida, Brevard County, MimsMims, FL 4 years at cycletrader.com10,000
1992 HONDA goldwing TRIKE and TRAILER
  • 4,500 overpriced
  • Atlanta, GA
  • 4 years
  • global-free-classified-ads.com
T IS LOADED WITH GOODIES LIKE REVERSE ,CB,RADIO CASSETE , CRUISE ,FRONT AND REAR INTERCOME,PASSENGER ARMRESTS , BAKER AIR WINGS,CUSTOM GRIPS,LOTS OF AFTERMARKET CHROME ,LOTS OF LIGHTS, ,AND SO MUCH MORE, THE TRIKE CONVERSION INCLUDES LARGE DISK BRAKES IN THE BACK AND EZ STEER. NLY 53000 original miles
Air Cooling System✔ Aluminum wheels✔ Tail led light✔ Trailer✔ Sidecar✔ Tail light✔ Radio
US, Georgia, Fulton County, AtlantaAtlanta, GA 4 years at global-free-classified-ads.com4,500
1992 Honda Goldwing Trike for sale in Empire, Alabama
1992 Honda GOLD WING
1992 Honda GOLD WING
US, Alabama, Walker County, EmpireEmpire, AL 4 years at americanlisted.com
$4,500 OBO 1992 Honda Goldwing Aspencade Gl 1500/6Cyl $4,500
1992 Honda GOLD WING
1992 Honda GOLD WING 1500
  • 4,500 overpriced
  • Trout, LA
  • 4 years
  • showmethead.com
It is in great shape for the year model. It has added passenger arm rest and drivers backrest. It has a reciever type trailer hitch. Runns great and drives like a cadillac. Every option works on this bike. Am/fm/cb/intercome/casetteplayer.
Trailer
US, Louisiana, La Salle Parish, TroutTrout, LA 4 years at showmethead.com4,500
$14,500 1992 Honda GoldWing 1500 W/ Motor Trike Kit $14
  • Rome, GA
  • 4 years
  • showmethead.com
Extras include: armrest, kuryakyn grips, hwy boards, front chrome lower, chrome radiator grill, chrome mirrors, chrome fairing trim, luggage rack, triple exhaust tips. It has 80,000 miles on it but rides like a dream. This is a beautiful Cambridge Blue Metallic in color xxxx Honda GoldWing
Luggage rack
US, Georgia, Floyd County, RomeRome, GA 4 years at showmethead.com
1992 Honda Goldwing GL1500 Aspencade $3,300
1992 Honda GOLD WING with Cruise control
1992 Honda GOLD WING 1500 ASPENCADE with Cruise control
  • 3,300 overpriced
  • Miami, FL
  • 4 years
  • showmethead.com
Tires in excellant condition , reverse, cruise control, on board compressor AM/FM Cassette with intercom, passenger armrest as well as driver backrest. xxxx Honda Goldwing GLxxxx Aspencade With 37,600 miles Candy Apple red
Cruise control
US, Florida, Miami-Dade County, MiamiMiami, FL 4 years at showmethead.com3,300
1992 Honda Goldwing Roadsmith $2,655
1992 Honda GOLD WING
1992 Honda GOLD WING
  • 2,655 high price
  • Los Angeles, CA
  • 4 years
  • showmethead.com
New tires, trailer hitch w 2" ball, lots of chrome and lights, radio, intercom, cb, cruise, reverse, cup holder, new tires, phone/ipod/gps cable, top cover.. Aux 8 gallon fuel tank. Adjustable air ride suspension
Air Cooling System✔ Trailer✔ Radio
US, California, Los Angeles County, Los AngelesLos Angeles, CA 4 years at showmethead.com2,655
1992 HONDA goldwing TRIKE + TRAILER tuy $2,000
1992 Honda GOLD WING with Sidecar
1992 Honda GOLD WING with Sidecar
  • 134 below average
  • 2,000 fair
  • Jersey City, NJ
  • 4 years
  • showmethead.com
T IS LOADED WITH GOODIES LIKE REVERSE ,CB,RADIO CASSETE , CRUISE ,FRONT AND REAR INTERCOME,PASSENGER ARMRESTS , BAKER AIR WINGS,CUSTOM GRIPS,LOTS OF AFTERMARKET CHROME ,LOTS OF LIGHTS, ,AND SO MUCH MORE,. NLY xxxx0 original miles
Air Cooling System✔ Trailer✔ Sidecar✔ Radio
US, New Jersey, Hudson County, Jersey CityJersey City, NJ 4 years at showmethead.com2,000
1992 HONDA goldwing TRIKE and TRAILER $5,000
1992 Honda GOLD WING with Tail light
1992 Honda GOLD WING with Tail light
  • 5,000 overpriced
  • Atlanta, GA
  • 4 years
  • showmethead.com
T IS LOADED WITH GOODIES LIKE REVERSE ,CB,RADIO CASSETE , CRUISE ,FRONT AND REAR INTERCOME,PASSENGER ARMRESTS , BAKER AIR WINGS,CUSTOM GRIPS,LOTS OF AFTERMARKET CHROME ,LOTS OF LIGHTS, ,AND SO MUCH MORE,THE TRIKE CONVERSION INCLUDES LARGE DISK BRAKES IN THE BACK AND EZ STEER. NLY xxxx0 original miles
Air Cooling System✔ Aluminum wheels✔ Tail led light✔ Trailer✔ Sidecar✔ Tail light✔ Radio
US, Georgia, Fulton County, AtlantaAtlanta, GA 4 years at showmethead.com5,000
1992 HONDA goldwing $3,000
1992 Honda GOLD WING with Sidecar
1992 Honda GOLD WING with Sidecar
  • 3,000 high price
  • Miami, FL
  • 4 years
  • showmethead.com
Up for an auction a xxxx honda goldwing se with a california sidecar trike conversion. ..
Sidecar
US, Florida, Miami-Dade County, MiamiMiami, FL 4 years at showmethead.com3,000
'92 Honda Goldwing Gl1500 SE Inspected with No Defects $2,800
1992 Honda GOLD WING
1992 Honda GOLD WING 1500 SE
  • 2,800 high price
  • Fresno, CA
  • 4 years
  • showmethead.com
THIS BARBADOS BLUE TOP OF THE LINE WING HAS ALL THE STANDARD FEATURES, INCLUDING AIR RIDE SUSPENSION, AM-FM CASSETTE REVERSE, LOWER RUNNING LIGHTS AND MUCH MORE. IT HAS A NEW BATTERY, NEW REAR TIRE, HAS BEEN VERY WELL MAINTAINED, SERVICED, INSPECTED WITH NO DEFECTS FOUND AND IS READY TO RIDE ANYWHERE!. xxxx HONDA GOLDWING GLxxxx SE WITH ONLY xxxx0 ORIGINAL MILES
Air Cooling System
US, California, Fresno County, FresnoFresno, CA 4 years at showmethead.com2,800
1992 HONDA goldwing $2,048
  • 86 below average
  • 2,048 fair
  • Lexington, MA
  • 4 years
  • showmethead.com
Large windshield, CB, GPS, floor boards, heel toe shifter, highway pegs (not mounted), fog lights, running lights, luggage rack, backrest, leather faring pouches, trunk guards, kickstand footnewer tires, only about xxxx miles on them
Luggage rack✔ Fog lights
US, Massachusetts, Middlesex County, LexingtonLexington, MA 4 years at showmethead.com2,048
1992 HONDA goldwing TRIKE $3,002
1992 Honda GOLD WING
1992 Honda GOLD WING
US, California, Placer County, AuburnAuburn, CA 4 years at showmethead.com3,002
1992 Honda Goldwing GL1500
  • 3,000 high price
  • Gilbert, AZ
  • 4 years
  • global-free-classified-ads.com
Seller's comments and description: the middle space has a 12v lighter outlet that a cooler could be plugged into. The trunk is easily removed since it slides into the towing receiver. Details conditionyear: used 1992 contact seller.
US, Arizona, Maricopa County, GilbertGilbert, AZ 4 years at global-free-classified-ads.com3,000
  • 615 below average
  • 1,519 great
  • Wenatchee, WA
  • 4 years
  • classifiedads.com
Check out this absolutely amazing 1992 HONDA GOLDWING in excellent condition and only 48627 Miles. These awesome Goldwings have been known to go well over 300,000 miles.. only 48627 miles
US, Washington, Chelan County, WenatcheeWenatchee, WA 4 years at classifiedads.com1,519
Sours: https://buysellsearch.com/vehicles/motorcycles/mk-honda/ml-gold-wing/yr-1992


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