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http://www.honda.ca/MotorcycleEng/Cl...eam+D-type.htm

http://www.honda.ca/MotorcycleEng/Cl...50M+Monkey.htm

Many years of innovation at honda...


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My dad still has a Z50 monkey bike. I remember riding around fields on it when I was 10 or 11. It still runs.

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One of my favorites was the CB72 Hawk, had to leave it behind when I left Thailand. I still have a couple of S90s from the early 60s.

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i SAT LOOKING ON THE DISCOVERY CHANNEL YESTERDAY WHEN THEY PRESENTED ONES AGAIN THE 10 BEST BIKES LIST. THEY THOUGHT THE CUB WAS #1. AND TO PROVE IT THE PUSHED IT OF A 5 STORY BUILDING AND AFTERWARDS KICKED LIFE IN IT. THEY HAD ALREADY BEFORE THAT PUT COOKING OIL IN IT INSTEAD OF MOTOROIL. ONE TOUGH BIKE.

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I know the Honda 90 Cub is the top selling bike in the world. I remember getting a lot of rides around Vietnam on those. Mostly from girls.

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i SAT LOOKING ON THE DISCOVERY CHANNEL YESTERDAY WHEN THEY PRESENTED ONES AGAIN THE 10 BEST BIKES LIST. THEY THOUGHT THE CUB WAS #1. AND TO PROVE IT THE PUSHED IT OF A 5 STORY BUILDING AND AFTERWARDS KICKED LIFE IN IT. THEY HAD ALREADY BEFORE THAT PUT COOKING OIL IN IT INSTEAD OF MOTOROIL. ONE TOUGH BIKE.
I watched that too... a shame to kill a perfectly good bike. But, its not like its the only one!


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First bike I ever got to ride was a monkey bike/mini-trail 50. A friend in the small town I grew up in had one. He did his paper route on it. Fun little bike.

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84 Aspy
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past
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80 Yam Midnight Special 1100
79 Suz SP400 Enduro
72 Honda SL350
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how about the

honda trans alp or the
honda africa queen or the
honda NX 650

pretty cool bikes. i dang near bought a transalp a couple of months ago.
do a google search.

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