Honda Monkey Bike Concept revealed in Vietnam, inspires the Scrambler
Honda Monkey Bike revealed
The Honda Vietnam has unzipped the Concept Monkey Bike, which was most expected during the Vietnam Motorcycle show. The concept Honda monkey bike uses the same engine of the well-known MSX 125 AKA powered by the fuel Injection. The engine of the concept can produce 9.8 PS of maximum power and 10.9 NM of peak torque.
Keeping the genes of the Honda Gorilla, which was launched in Japan last year, the Monkey bike is even more built for better usage. The Honda monkey bike concept features a flat seat, raised handle bars, round classic digital console and LED headlight.
The front side of the bike is supported by the Upside-down forks while the rear side goes back to the conventional way of the double shock absorber. The front raised fender denotes the bikes adventure pattern and can be used for off road trip to an extent. The fatty tyres, fuel tank and the lid are classic like the golden age Yezdi bikes with the combination of modern Scrambles touches.
In addition, the Honda Monkey bike concept from Honda uses the convention Swingarm and indicators.
120-section Maxxis Tortuga tyres on both the tyres with the rugged patter adds more craziness to the bike. Both the wheels are supported by the disc brakes
Honda has already revealed the concept bikes like SFA 150 and 150SS Racer, and expect to gain more attention if they come for production. There is no hint about the price since the bikes are under concept idea.
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