This month Honda will be travelling to two motorcycle shows around Europe, bring some bikes that’re sure to drag the crowds over to their stand.
Neo Sports Café ‘Mondial’ Concept
This concept was designed by Honda’s R&D design centre in Rome, and will be on display in Paris. It’s a continuation of the new Neo Sports Café bikes that were released this year with the CB1000R, CB300R and CB125R. The bike was built to visualise the Neo Sports Café design language, bringing minimalist naked styling with hints of café racer to make a new style of machine.
Updates to the bike focus on the sports aspect of the bikes name, adding an ultra-short tail, a vertically stacked muffler, futuristic lights and new colour detailing.
Super Cub 125
The Honda Cub is the world best-selling motor vehicle and has been on the market in some form or another around the world since 1958. Production number for the bike reached 100 million units in 2017, having reached half that number in 2005, that’s 50 million units in 12 years alone.
The new incarnation of the legendary cubmarke the 60th anniversary of the Super Cub name. immediately to the eye you can tell that it has kept the characteristics and styling that got it this far, adding several major modern updates to bring it into 2019. Updates include a new torquey 125cc engine, full LED lighting, long travel suspension, a new chassis, ABS and a smart key. You can expect to see this in our showroom in the next month or so.