Honda’s motorcycle division debuted a range of new models at this year’s Osaka Motorcycle Show in Japan, including the sports-focused Hawk 11 and an upgraded version of the Dax.
The sleek and powerful Hawk 11 motorcycle features a unique front cowl, which draws inspiration from ’60s-era race motorcycles. As a result, the bike comes equipped with a round LED headlight, a small windscreen, and rounded side mirrors. Aside from this retro addition, the Hawk 11 features a pretty stripped-down aesthetic with an engine-exposed design.
Meanwhile, making an unexpected comeback is Honda’s new Dax, a unique model that blurs the line between motorcycle and moped. Similar to the Hawk 11, this motorcycle also boasts a notably retro design. It features an elongated seat and single-cylinder, 1250 cubic-centimeter engine.
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