2019 Honda Super Cub

Jun 11, 2018

Category: Rides

While it remains a favorite platform for motorcycle customizers, the iconic Honda Super Cub mini-bike hasn’t been available for purchase in the United States (outside of imports) for something like 40 years now. But that’s all about to change, as the micro-moto is returning in 2019 in the form of the C125 ABS.

While we’d be perfectly happy with an exact replica of the original, this new one has some pretty excellent and welcome upgrades. That includes a new 125cc air-cooled, single-cylinder, four-stroke, fuel-injected engine. It also comes with front and rear 250mm single disc brakes, a standard anti-lock braking system, LED lighting, tubeless tires, and smart-key wireless ignition. With an MSRP of just $3,599, this is a triumphant return of a super fun compact motorcycle icon. It will be available for purchase sometime later this year.

Purchase: $3,599+

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