The Stateline is perhaps the most neutral of all the bikes here. The deep fenders, traditionally sized front tire and beefier bodywork serve it well aesthetically. And the easiest way to distinguish the Stateline is by those fenders-the valanced units swoop down more than the Sabre's, and with more real estate out back, Honda added a larger, vertical taillight. While its downtubes are also curved, a plastic frame cover over the steering head transforms the raw nature of its Sabre sibling into something more refined. Simply put, the Stateline brings more comfort and stability: the front wheel is thicker and smaller, at 140mm wide and 17-inches tall; the bars are higher, wider, and come back an extra 3.18 inches; the seat is wider and more padded. Strangely enough, the Stateline rather than the Sabre receives a blacked-out treatment on the engine.