From a cruiser standpoint, Honda appeared to have the most metal, announcing two new variations of its "high-neck cruiser", the Fury. The first, called the VT1300CR, adds more bodywork to the production chopper, a la the VTX1300R. That means it goes the classic cruiser route, with larger, deeper fenders and wider tires on new five-spoke wheels. The visual transformation is instant, as the CR rolls on smaller 17- and 15-inch front and rear wheels (respectively) than the 21-inch /18-inch combo of the Fury. That also means the neck space between the frame and the 1312cc V-twin engine has been brought in for a less aggressive demeanor. Honda also mounts the CR's speedo atop the tank (versus the Fury's handlebar unit), and the bars appear to sweep down lower for a looser riding position (though the seat still looks relatively narrow). And that beefy rear fender showcases a large taillight-which looks straight out of the VTX catalog-right in the center of it all.