Honda has made building bikes for all riders part of its mission since, well, forever. And here is the latest evidence of its commitment to bringing younger riders, female riders, and casual returning riders into the Big Red tent. The current version of the long-running Rebel nameplate comes in two versions: 286cc and 471cc. The Rebel 300 has a liquid-cooled, fuel-injected DOHC single that gives fine performance for city riding and can also eke out a spot on the freeway, although that’s a bit of a stretch given today’s fast-moving traffic. It’s high fuel-tank position and low 27.2-inch seat height gives the Rebel 300 a somewhat odd appearance, but it helps younger, shorter, and less confident or skilled riders get their feet on the ground at stops and while maneuvering.