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Honda Monkey (Honda Z series)
Teaches You about Bikes’ Maintenance
Date:23, Oct, 2015
Investigated and Written by Misaka Youhei
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Honda Motor developed the small and light motorcycle; “Monkey” in 1967. O, the motorbikes have existed as a symbol, like Cubs, of their ones for about five decades.

Why could the series be loved for such a long time? One reason, I know, will be because it looks so cute like a pet. Moreover, they have convenience since you can fold up the handle and store away in a car.


HONDA Monkey Limited "Gold Painted"
Size: 1,360 x 600 x 850 (mm) / Capacity: 1
Price: 239,000 JPN + tax
N.B.: Only 5,000 Ones Restrictively Produced in 1996


However, I can say never has the series been cared for with just convenience and cuteness. There must be something to make it and its riders get closer.

My conclusion is the simple construction that you will easily tune up even if don’t have any licenses, needling knowledge to a certain degree, of course.

Women often blame men for giving no baits to angled fishes. It is reasonable, however, because women get used to love from men and hardly get to react no matter how hard guys love like giving a gift and standing a dinner. Then, having no response makes love slighter and slighter. Different is the Monkey. The more you give heed to, the better the motorbike reacts. So your love goes deeper and deeper.


HONDA Monkey with Kumamon
Size: 1,365 x 600 x 850 (mm) / Capacity: 1
Price: 312,000 JPN + tax

Meeting the demand, a lot of remodeling components for the Monkey are sold all over the world. It makes bigger, therefore. Actually, there are no better kinds than the Monkey when you experience maintenance of motorcycles. I hope they try at high schools. Students should have right to enjoy monkeying about motorbikes if don't have any licenses.



※Photos by Honda Motor Co., Ltd.


Reference

・Name: Honda Motor Co., Ltd.
・Address: 2-1-1, Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-8556, Japan
・Tel: +81-3-3423-1111
・Homepage: Honda Worldwide Homepage







 

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