Honda 150SS Concept Motorcycle

Apr 6, 2017

Category: Rides

Most of the time, when we see branded concept motorcycles, they are only artist renderings or the work of aspiring designers trying to get noticed. Even when the brands themselves release them, most of the time they are little more than a 3D model. So when we see a brand-name concept bike make a bonafide physical appearance, we get a little excited. And that’s the case with Honda’s newly revealed 150SS Racer.

Unveiled on stage at this year’s Bangkok Motor Show, the vehicle brand is being rather tight-lipped about this particular bike – which gives us hope that there might be a wider production release at some point in the future. What we can say about the 150SS is this: it features a streetfighter style silhouette, a low-mounted side exhaust consistent with current sport bikes, is equipped with carbon fiber wheels, looks fairly minimalist and lightweight, and appears to have a rear-mounted camera. Whatever the case, we truly hope we get to see more of this bike sometime soon. [H/T: Maxim]

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