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.
WHAT A LOOK
The glossy 5.6L fuel tank, finished in the same paint colour as the frame, swing arm and rear shocks, crowns the machine, and proudly wears a historical 3-D Old Wing design Honda logo. Chromed steel high-level front and rear mudguards – plus the evocatively-stamped exhaust shield, circular mirrors and high-rise handlebars – all pay homage to the original.
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.
Colours: Banana Yellow/Ross White, Pearl Nebula Red/Ross White, Pearl Shining Black/Ross White