Honda Bulldog Motorcycle Concept

Mar 26, 2015

Category: Rides

We often think of the motorcycle as the preferred mode of transportation for the man with no cares in the world… but that’s not always the case. Come on, even that guy has to buy groceries once in a while.

Honda’s new Bulldog model was developed with the concept “Lovable Touring Partner,” and is all about keeping you prepared for all of the stuff that life can throw at you. The liquid-cooled 4-stroke DOHC inline 2-cylinder 400cc promises a nimble ride whether in the city or country, while the 15-inch wide-tires and low center-of-gravity mean a rock-steady grip on the road. The Bulldog is equipped with a carrier suitable for camping-touring and has accessory storage on the sides of the fuel tank—perfect for your Rice Krispies and milk. Look for it at the 42nd Tokyo Motorcycle Show this weekend.

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