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Motorcycles represent the origin of both Honda’s “mono-zukuri (the art of manufacturing)” and business. Under the philosophy of “building products close to the customer,” Honda has practiced mono-zukuri rooted in each country and region and has delivered a cumulative total of more than 400 million motorcycles to customers. Honda remains committed to meeting the expectations of customers worldwide and opening up new frontiers for the motorcycle market, thus becoming a driving force in the global motorcycle industry.
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In 2010, Honda introduced the world's first dual clutch transmission (DCT)*1 in a motorcycle, and has continued to evolve the DCT ever since. 2012 saw the introduction of the DCT in the NC700 series and the CTX700, expanding the circle of users. In 2016, this technology was introduced to the CRF1000L Africa Twin to expand riders’ field of use. And in 2020, it evolved to become quieter and smoother, with control closer to the rider's senses.  Search for all Honda parts off road by clicking HERE
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1946, when the most common mode of transportation was the bicycle. On encountering the former Imperial Army’s generator engines to power wireless radios, Soichiro Honda developed the concept of using these engines as auxiliary power for bicycles. Modifying the 500 or so engines, Honda had produced and sold bicycles with auxiliary engines. The new bicycle was an instant hit, with orders coming in and stocks running out, so Honda decided to develop and original engine. In 1947, the A-Type engine, emblazoned with Honda’s name for the very first time, was completed.   Honda parts offroad

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