The Monkey Will Be Here in January

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By John Burns

The Z50, or MiniTrail in the US, was the first motorcycle that showed many of us prepubescent youths that there was civilized life out there beyond the pull-start Briggs & Stratton mini-bike back in the late 1960s. At some point in our adolescence, Honda pulled the plug, but for 2019, the Z50, aka Monkey, is back. We wouldn’t be surprised if they sell a few of these. Here’s the official release from Honda.

2019 Honda Monkey Banana Yellow

Jun 7, 2018 – TOWNSEND, Tenn.

During a special welcome dinner at the popular Smoky Mountain Crawl rally, American Honda announced this evening that the Monkey and Super Cub C125 ABS models will be made available to U.S. customers for the 2019 model year. First unveiled in concept form last September at the Tokyo Motor Show, the models are both closely based on iconic motorcycles from Honda’s past, and are the latest examples of the company’s aptitude for developing pocket-sized motorcycles that capture the fancy of enthusiastic subcultures. Preceded by cherished models like the Mini Trail, the Z50, and more recently the Grom, the Monkey and Super Cub C125 are set to honor Honda’s heritage and define new lifestyles while appealing to a broad spectrum of riders.

“Since our ‘You Meet the Nicest People’ campaign of the ’60s, Honda has produced fun, confidence-inspiring models that attract new customers to the joy of motorcycling, while introducing new ways for existing enthusiasts to express themselves and interact,” said Lee Edmunds, American Honda’s Manager of Motorcycle Marketing Communications. “With the 2019 Monkey and Super Cub C125, ‘The Power of Nice’ returns. We’re continuing the tradition of offering American customers machines that are simultaneously nostalgic and up-to-date, and that beg to be ridden and personalized. We’re eager to see how our customers use these bikes to extend ‘The …read more

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