Honda Goldwing Series. Interestingly enough the first Honda bike to use the GL designation was the GL175K1, which was a derivative of the Scrambler family. The Goldwing as it is known to most people was first launched in 1975 with the GL1000. Today the Goldwing is a motorcycle in a class of it's own. Most other motorcycle manufacturers have tried to enter the Comfort Touring market (is that what it is?), with little success such as the Kawasaki Voyager, Yamaha Venture, and Suzuki Cavalcade. The only one that has had long lived success could be arguably BMW with their K series of bikes such as the BMW K1200LT.

1977 Honda CL
  • Candy Antares Red
  • Candy Blue
  • Candy Blue Green
  • Candy Brown
  • Candy Burgundy
  • Candy Grandeur Blue
  • Candy Limited Maroon
  • Candy Muse Red
  • Candy Orange



1975 Honda GL1000 Gold Wing
Honda GL Series (1982)
Years in Production
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GL Series - Colour Chart
  • Candy Ruby Red
  • Candy Sapphire Blue
  • Candy Sirus Blue
  • Candy Topaz Orange
  • Candy Wineberry Red
  • Cosmo Black Metallic
  • Gloss Black
  • Light Ruby Red
  • Magna Red


  • Poppy Yellow Metallic
  • Sorrel Brown Metallic
  • Sorrel Brown Metallic / Harvest Gold Metallic
  • Special Metallic Silver
  • Sterling Silver Metallic
  • Sterling Silver Metallic  / Tempest Gray Metallic
  • Strato Blue Metallic
  • Sulfur Yellow
  • Turquoise Green
  • Varnish Blue Metallic


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