THE BIKE THAT STARTED IT ALL
Some revolutions start with a lot of fireworks. Others—like the modern motorcycling revolution—start more quietly. When Honda first introduced the Cub, it changed the way the whole world looked at motorcycles . . . and along the way it became the best-selling motor vehicle on the planet. But one thing hasn’t changed: for getting from place to place, a Cub makes as much sense now as when it first rocked the world. It’s simple, reliable, and economical—plus it’s a ton of fun! It’s light and easy to handle, and the step-through chassis is a big plus in traffic. The four-speed semi-automatic transmission means there’s no clutch to worry about, and features like front-wheel ABS and electric starting keep it thoroughly up to date. Gas prices? When you’re riding a Cub, you’ll laugh at them. The Cub was a great choice when we first introduced it, and it's an even better choice today.