Featured Image

1966 Little Honda P25 By Chicara Nagata

Posted By

Jan 28, 2019

Category: Rides

What do you with a nearly 50-year-old moped and a few security cameras? Why you morph the two together to create a bleeding edge masterpiece. That’s only if your name is Chicara Nagata, of course.

Using a ’66 Honda P25 as his foundation, the renowned Japanese motorcycle builder has created a truly unique bike that features more cameras than your typical Major League Soccer telecast. They’re seamlessly set into the suspension mounts in the frame itself, nestled along the front and rear LEDs. That means at all times the ride has a complete 360-degree view of his or her surroundings. Top speed is only a little over 18 mph, but that’s good because this way there’ll be no blurring of the stunned faces watching you ride this slick invention down the street.

1966 Little Honda P25 By Chicara Nagata 2

1966 Little Honda P25 By Chicara Nagata 3

1966 Little Honda P25 By Chicara Nagata 4

1966 Little Honda P25 By Chicara Nagata 5

More From Rides

Featured Image

You Could Own A Period Correct Fully-Restored 1970s Range Rover

Painstakingly crafted to celebrate the luxury SUV's 50th anniversary.

Posted By

Jul 19, 2019

Featured Image

Rule The Road On Curtiss’ Firearm-Inspired ‘Hades’ Electric Bike

Pulling back the hammer on the company's latest electric bike.

Posted By

Jul 19, 2019

Featured Image

Rodin’s FZero Is An Ultralight 1,000HP Street-Legal Hypercar

Industry-leading power and advanced aerodynamics in one monstrous package.

Posted By

Jul 19, 2019

Featured Image

The Lexus GXOR SUV Is A Fully-Loaded Luxury Overlander

The rugged adventure ride features Icon Vehicle Dynamic shocks and underbody armor.

Posted By

Jul 18, 2019

Featured Image

Auction Block: 1987 Porsche 924S Baja Rally Car

An adventure ride powered by a 2.5L inline-four engine.

Posted By

Jul 18, 2019

Featured Image

The ‘Bauhaus 100’ Custom Moto Salutes A Century Of Minimalism

An homage to the school's pared-down tenets.

Posted By

Jul 18, 2019