Produced from 1961 onwards, the Honda 50 Sport variant of the Super Cub, laid out the basics of all future models in this style. It had a pressed-steel frame, hydraulic front and rear forks, a 49 cc OHV four-stroke engine. The cylinder was laid horizontally to optimise cooling. The final drive was chain running in an enclosed chain case. The S50 featured an all-new OHC alloy head engine. The SS50 replaced these in the late 1960s, using a new T-shaped frame with separate rear mudguard, and telescopic front forks to replace the leading links., Blue, The North West’s Finest Family Run Business
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