It was created in 1961 for the Tama Tech Park, a Honda-owned motorsports theme park, at the Suzuka circuit. In 1967 Honda built the Monkey for the road, and since then it has created quite a cult following. Now, this new funster, boasts upside down forks, front and rear disc brakes with ABS, digital LCD display, chrome details and a strong 125cc engine.
At a Glance:
The original mini-bike has been re-imagined with 6.9kW of power, from an air-cooled 125cc engine, USD forks, twin rear shocks and IMU-based ABS brakes – let the fun begin.
Model updates: Honda’s pocket-sized grin machine is set and ready to cheer up 2023. Specification includes air-cooled 124cc engine, five-speed gearbox, steel frame, USD forks, 12-inch wheels and IMU-controlled ABS braking. Full LED lighting and neat LCD dash are the premium finishing touches.
For 23YM the Monkey will be available in the new Pearl Shining Black and updated Banana Yellow and Pearl Nebula Red that all feature colour-matched frame, forks, swingarm and rear springs, plus the classic tartan seat cover and stylish tank infills that reference the classic Monkey style from the late 1960s
For 23YM the Monkey is available in the following paint options:
Banana Yellow with new yellow frame, swingarm, rear fork springs, black/white tartan seat and white tank infill
Pearl Nebula Red with new red frame, swingarm rear fork springs, black/white/red tartan seat and silver tank infill
**NEW** Pearl Shining Black with black frame, swingarm, rear fork springs, black/white tartan seat and white tank infill