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Honda Monkey is a small and low powered motorcycle. It was introduced in the 1960s and the latest model was introduced in 2002 Honda Monkey 50. It has a single cylinder with four-stroke. It provides a very low power of 3.10 HP only at 7500 RPM. It has a fuel capacity of 5.50 litres and maximum power of 3.62 HP at 8500 RPM. It has fuel system of Carburettor and OHC fuel control. It was an attraction at Tama tech amusement park in 1961. It is extremely light with a weight of just 58 kgs and top speed of 30 mph. It stands as a unique bike style which is not very fast and powerful. Though it didn’t set any new fashion trend as such but one can go for a ride on this bike. It will be a whole new experience seeing the size and the power of the bike.

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