Honda Touring Motorcycles

This Is What Freedom Feels Like

There’s always a new ride waiting for you, just over the horizon. Whether you dream of heading out on the open road for a weekend or a year, help ensure your journey is a remarkably comfortable one on a Honda Gold Wing – a top-of-the-line touring motorcycle that’s earned its reputation for luxury and innovation.

  • Explore in True Comfort

    Functional styling. Innovative technology. Android Auto and Apple CarPlay®. Heated seats and grips. Intuitive controls. Over 50 available accessories – and that’s just scratching the surface of what places the Gold Wing at the forefront of comfort and luxury on the road.

  • Iconic Power & Performance

    The Gold Wing doesn’t just provide a luxurious riding experience – it also offers a satisfying amount of power and performance thanks to a famously smooth, 1833 cc horizontally opposed six-cylinder engine. You supply the sense of adventure, the Gold Wing brings the power to get you there.

  • Lasting Quality

    The Honda Gold Wing has earned its reputation for quality over the years; it’s a touring bike that’s built to last. Gold Wings adhere to the uncompromising standard of quality Honda is known for.

  • Additional Available Features

    Honda Gold Wings have many available features that make riding a Gold Wing an excellent experience. Choose from the Air Bag model, more transmission types, and enjoy selectable riding modes and Bluetooth® connectivity. Discover why the Honda Gold Wing is elite.

  • The Reliable Touring Bike

    Honda motorcycles are legendary for their reliability – and the Gold Wing is no exception. They’re made to perform on your terms – whether that means opening it up on a winding road, or taking it slow and steady, the Gold Wing can get you there.

  • Gold Wing’s Iconic History

    The Gold Wing first appeared in 1975, revolutionizing motorcycle touring. It was the first four-stroke motorcycle with water-cooling and many other cool features, including a kick-starter lever stored inside the dummy gas tank. Decades later, it remains the yardstick to measure touring motorcyles.

Non-Canadian model(s) may be shown. Actual Canadian production model(s) may vary.