First released in the late 1960s, Honda’s Z50M was a road-legal motorcycle little bigger than a ‘peewee 50’ that achieved cult-status both in Japan and abroad. Now, Honda is set to revive the legend, with a few tweaks for modernity’s sake. The Z50M is powered by a 49cc air cooled, 4 stroke OHC single cylinder engine that should be enough power for most kids with a fuel economy of 1.0 l/100km at 30km/h. The mini bike also features telescopic forks, a convenient carry rack, a speedometer, an ‘old school’ swing arm with visible springs, and a kick start.
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6 years ago