1957 Honda Benly


1957 Honda Benly at Barbers

1957 Honda Benly

Country: Japan
Engine: Air-cooled, single cylinder four stroke
Ignition: Battery and coil
Power rating: 8 bhp @ 7,200 rpm
Bore x stroke: 57 x 49mm
Displacement: 125cc
Valves: Overhead, pushrod activated
Fuel System: Single Amal carburetor
Transmission: Three speed
Suspension: Front leading link forks, rear plungers
Brakes: Front and rear drum
Weight: 282 lbs
Top speed: 55 mph

By 1957 Honda motorcycles continued to be developed, but still retained many of the features of the German machines, such as the pressed steel frame and leading link front suspension. In two short years they entered the lucrative U.S. market and also won the team prize in the Isle of Man T.T. races with 125cc machines.

Left-Hand View of 1957 Honda Benly

6/18/2019 7:04:03 AM

I don't think that's a Benly. It looks like a 2-stroke!

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