1966 Little Honda P25 By Chicara Nagata

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.

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