Built to Destroy.
The Honda Super Cub is a four stroke single cylinder engine, underbone motorcycle, with a displacement range of 49 to 109 cc. Yes, very slow indeed. But it was the fastest, in terms of continuous manufacturing, as the most produced motor vehicle in history.
Honda Motors Business and Finance partner Takeo Fujisawa, intended to formulate strategies to dominate and destroy competitors. Too much for a mild looking bike right? And still too much for the US campaign attributed to Honda Cub, “You meet the nicest people on a Honda.”
Ask your grandpa who happens to ride a motorcycle during his youthful days. The Honda Cub is here to stay. Over the years, the classic stock feel of the Honda Cub received baptism, to evolve by influence into different motorcycle genres.
Let’s have a look on one of our local backyard bike builders who took passion and efforts to apply the ‘Hotrod’. Norman Saliot reinvented his very own Streetcub.
“To start off, this Honda C70 cub is very special to me because it was my very first vehicle. Over the course of two months I dedicated all of my time, money, and effort on reinventing this cub…”
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