Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Calling All Riders...

Gold Wing Touring on Blue Ridge Parkway



When you are ready for a rest from the open road Mountain Song Inn is just 15 miles, of great windy road, off the Blue Ridge Parkway. A wonderful place to rejuvenate for the next leg of your trip. Click above and make a reservation, you won't be disappointed. 

2012 Honda Gold Wing Video
"Clean, green and untraveled" is the way Honda describes the 
Blue Ridge Parkway, the ultimate destination for the touring 
motorcyclist.
The Parkway runs 469 miles through the Appalachian Trail from 
Waynesboro, Va., to Cherokee, N.C., providing some of the most 
breath-taking views within the United States.
In the attached video above, Honda displays its ultimate touring 
machine traveling through the Blue Ridge Parkway - the 2012 Gold Wing.
For 2012, Honda upgraded its flagship tourer with many amenities 
needed for long-distance travel, including an updated GPS navigation 
system with user-friendly program-ability for sharing favorite ride routes 
with friends and other riders, which can be accessed online.
Honda also redesigned the fairing for extra protection from the elements, 
and added seven liters of space to the 2012 GoldWing; the machine now 
has over 150 liters of cargo capacity including the trunk and fairing pockets.
Regarding rider/passenger comfort, the suspension has been updated for 
comfort but with enhanced sporty capabilities. The motor and drivetrain 
have been refined, and the 2012 Goldwing has extra luggage space, and 
greater protection from wind and weather.
The GL1800 also received some upgrades to its fuel-injected 1832cc 
six-cylinder engine and drivetrain, allowing for more efficient grand touring.

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