CT110 Type Bike?

Discussion in 'Battle Scooters' started by brian72, Feb 24, 2013.

  1. JerryH

    JerryH Banned

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    There are 2 completely different bikes here. The Trail 90, shown in post #9 is big enough to carry a full sized adult, despite it's small displacement. I have known this model all my life as the trail 90, or the CT90. There is also a CT70 and CT110 that differ only in displacement. These bikes were based on the original Honda Cub frame.

    The blue bike in post #11 is a whole different thing. It is much smaller, and is sized right for kids. I have always known those as the Honda Mini Trail. They have folding handlebars which make them easier to haul and store. I don't know what Honda's official designation was for them, but I don't think they are both CT models. You can buy Chinese copies of the Mini Trail, and the Cub. But I have never seen a Chinese copy of the Trail 70/90/110. If there was one I would probably buy it.

    This is a brand new CT110. Honda still makes this bike, still mostly in it's original form, for most of the world's motorcycle markets, excepting of course, the U.S. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Postie1.jpg
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    Hugemoth, have you ever weighed yours post-mods?
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  5. MaineScoot

    MaineScoot Been here awhile

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    The official designation of the mini Trail is the CT70. Very different from the CT90 and CT110. The C70 (passport) has the same frame as the CT90 and. CT110.
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