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June 8, 2020

2015 Honda Gold Wing Review

Forty years ago the world was flat, gravity wasn’t invented, and Nessy was contently swimming about Loch Ness in peace — wait, no. None of that is true. However, what is true is that the Honda Gold Wing was out there logging mega-miles on the highways of the world and thirsting for another excursion, another adventure, and another long-range ride for which to thoroughly dominate. While the miles logged in the past four decades would probably rival the similarly aged Voyager program by now, the hunger for more has not waned with time. In this review of the 2015 edition of the Honda Gold Wing, Lemmy puts rubber to asphalt with this legend of the long-ride and provides his take on the 40th Anniversary edition of a motorcycling heavyweight.

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All Comments

  • What are the odds you would find a hitchhiker dressed the same as you? That's wild!

    Alan Byam June 8, 2020 5:45 pm Reply
  • The vibrating is from that tire… Happend to me…

    Sorin r1200gs adv June 8, 2020 5:45 pm Reply
  • I ride a decked out 2006 Goldwing and it is a BEAST. It not only eats Highway, it takes curves with ease, I can lean with the best of them and after that 500 mile day, my body is not beat to crap. It’s the best bike I’ve ever owned.

    Rob Clasen June 8, 2020 5:45 pm Reply
  • I'm not buying this bike because it has no 3.5mm audio jack, and NOT because I'm poor and would not know how to handle it anyway.

    moofymoo June 8, 2020 5:45 pm Reply
  • You don't need to be big to handle a Goldwing. You don't muscle a goldwing but you learn to merge with the bike. How can you muscle something that weighs over 900 lbs? Do airline pilots muscle jumbo planes? Ofcourse not, they learn to merge with the craft. The moment you try to "muscle " the goldwing you'll end up on your ass. You are suggesting fighting the bike to control it. Please don't discourage potential riders with your misinformation. Otherwise good review.

    Edris Johnson June 8, 2020 5:45 pm Reply
  • When a guy on a Harley says "Lets go for a ride" He usually means to a bar.
    When a guy on a Sportbike says "Lets go for a ride" He usually means to a quicktrip.
    When a guy on an Adventure bike says "Lets go for a ride" He usually means to the starbucks just down the road.
    When a guy on a Honda Goldwing says "Lets go for a ride" He usually means to the other side of the country.

    Gobby Prick June 8, 2020 5:45 pm Reply
  • Great Video Lemmy! I've never ridden one of these, but I'd love to have one for the wife and I. I totally agree that a bike this new that doesn't have Cell Phone plug-ins is strange. I have a 2015 VW that has USB, 3.5mm Plug-in, 6 CD player, Blue Tooth, and an SD Card port that can hold a ton of songs on it. Oh, and an AM/FM radio/SAT(of course). Good to hear the down sides to the Goldwing as well as the good.

    ADV orlando June 8, 2020 5:45 pm Reply
  • Great review. Where is this that you did your riding? Very beautiful surroundings.

    Charles Peterson III June 8, 2020 5:45 pm Reply
  • With the new generation of GWs that debuted in 2018, I was hard pressed to find any remaining Gen 2 videos. Currently, all I see on YouTube is the myriad of HD touring models with the M8s vs Indians with the 116 Thunder Stroke or the 111s with the 116 kit …yawn.

    I own a 2014 GL1800 and here are my takes on it. It's a big bike that is smooth as silk. It's not loud and gone are the days I want to shake at a stop and annoy anyone around me with loud pipes. Next, I feel great on it – I get so many compliments on my murdered out black looks (the 1st year they introduced the black frame & wheels). I am truly comfortable on this bike and could go further if not for its 250 mile range. A Utopia back rest will help you going for 700 mile days and Helibars can fix it if your bars any issues you might have …just like any bike. The engine is truly bullet proof…change the oil, follow Honda maintenance and it's your last bike. It'll certainly outlive me. The stock stones you indicate – replace after they wear out after 20,000 miles.

    What I dislike …while you think the audio sounds great, that's a pass for me – 4" rears & 5.25" fronts can't deliver good, full, rich bass, like the 6x9s in the HDs saddle bags. I simply upgraded my Sena's stock speakers with iAsus speakers, use the SM10 & keep all the bike's functionality via bluetooth. It doesn't have a lack a luggage rack nor a trailer hitch, but no bike does as standard equipment. They're all upgrades and easily remedied with an accessory catalog. While handling lacks the command in the corners, Traxxion Dynamics upgrades will fix that …including the front end wobble and will make this bike feel like a CBR 1000, not a 900+ lbs. behemoth. Lastly, the passenger backrest has too much recline and my wife feels like she's slouching, but again an easy fix with a wedged replacement backrest from several aftermarket companies.
    Overall, the best damn gentleman's bike you'll ever ride and own!

    Ron Friedman June 8, 2020 5:45 pm Reply
  • They are driving thru philadelphia on route 1

    davon byrd June 8, 2020 5:45 pm Reply
  • It’s silly to show us the lack of cornering clearance by leaning it over and dragging your GoPro mount.

    Scott S June 8, 2020 5:45 pm Reply
  • I love Goldwings.

    Aaron Pooh June 8, 2020 5:45 pm Reply
  • Wonder how many GoPros he scraped off of those engine guards in the corners?

    John Ridley June 8, 2020 5:45 pm Reply
  • I Love big bikes

    Francisco Medina June 8, 2020 5:45 pm Reply
  • 1) The ground clearance seems really low.  Any issues with that?2) Headshake.  Some Harleys, the Yamaha Bolt, etc… are also noted for that.  Is it always bearings or could it be out of balance tires?  I know on my bicycle, sometimes a worn tire will make the bike develop a head shake and replacing the tire always fixes that.  Or is this an apples to oranges comparison?

    fredman1085 June 8, 2020 5:45 pm Reply
  • Great review, great video!

    Carlos AircraftMechxnic June 8, 2020 5:45 pm Reply
  • I could not feel the heated seat or grips. Talk about weak.

    Mike StClair June 8, 2020 5:45 pm Reply
  • I have to ask after trading mine in. Is there a bike that even compares for the passenger?

    Mike StClair June 8, 2020 5:45 pm Reply
  • 2019 GoldWing owner here. Man I was a couple years too late, this old one looks way better and higher quality than the new one. Kind of makes me regret not buying the previous one!

    Bmwryder June 8, 2020 5:45 pm Reply
  • Great job! I’m surprised no one ever mentions the tiny foot pegs… that’s a big reason I didn’t buy one!

    Daniel Kleindienst June 8, 2020 5:45 pm Reply
  • 10:44 This is where Lemmy and Sarah wound up. He took care of business in the bed, then the next morning, 10:51 he's refreshed and ready to continue the review. Now that's gangsta.

    helicopter weewee June 8, 2020 5:45 pm Reply
  • "Best bike in the world" – RegularCars

    helicopter weewee June 8, 2020 5:45 pm Reply
  • This bike is the best for your size, Lemmy (no offense)

    Nir Haber June 8, 2020 5:45 pm Reply

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