Lot 103 - 2009 Zhenhua ZH-A50 Monkey Bike
|Sold - £1,120
The monkey bike, originally introduced by Honda in the 1960's, represents one of their small, low-powered motorcycles, built primarily for fun but also as an exciting way to get around a bustling city or, more so now, used in marinas and large sporting events such as the grand prix.
This machine is a Chinese copy of Honda's iconic 50cc Monkey Bike. Unusually, for a modern replica, it has been road registered and comes with a V5C (although currently registered off-road). To date, it has only been used on private land and has consequently traveled very few miles. Semi-automatic with three gears and drum brakes to the front and rear, it has been kept in a heated garage and its general condition is as new. Perfect for some summer fun, you can pop this little bike in the back of your car to get to your destination and then switch to two wheels to go where four cannot.
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