K-Speed and Storm Aeropart build Honda Super Cub cafe racer

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The Honda Super Cub has a banner of the year. After passing 100 million pieces made in 2017, the motorcycle has lived its 60th anniversary in 2018. When he answered the production milestone with more production, Honda announced that it is bringing the iconic two-wheeler back to the American market, along with the Monkey. But it is not only Japan and America that praise the Super Cub. Thai tuners have enjoyed it by creating retro modern takes, including the impressive cafe-racer on display here.

Everyone knows that the Super Cub is a fantastic vehicle for commuting. That can not be disputed. But the Thailand-based motor specialist K-Speed ​​strongly believes that the Super Cub's best feature is the styling (hat tip to Bike Exif for the find). At the beginning of the year K-Speed ​​brought the & # 39; Super Power Cub & # 39; out, a sleek premium adjustment. Then he dropped the "Super Scrambler Cub", which opened the exhaust and added knobby tires for off-paving. It released a variation of the Scrambler, called the "Funky Cub", which mixed premium and rugged. As the last cheers for the year, K-Speed ​​entered into a partnership with another Thai supplier of motorcycle parts Aeropart to create another use: the K-Storm.

All these works started with a Honda Super Cub 110, but as can be seen on the before and after photos below, almost everything has changed on the bike. The rear wheel was kicked back for that long, low look. It has larger tires and looks like carbon fiber dishes that cover the wheels. K-Speed ​​removed the rear seat and mud guards and added a new exhaust system, new brakes and a new suspension. The mirrors are gone, the headlight is lowered and now has tilted handles.

In short, all things adapters to do a regular bike to transform it into a cafe racer, K-Speed ​​did the Super Cub. The dark color scheme looks beautiful and the materials look extremely high quality.

These uses come at the perfect time, because they will be a perfect source of inspiration for all new customers here in the US Now we just have to see Monkey habits … oh wait, K-Speed ​​has it too.

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