To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Honda Super 90, Igor Chak designed a classic concept motorcycle inspired from the 60’s Honda model.
Igor Chak explains:
Back in the 60’s Honda has been focusing on more stylish lightweight bikes that could be used in rural areas, bikes that were cheaper and had better gas mileage compared to the bigger bikes. One of the bikes was the iconic S90 (Super 90). It was a truly unique looking motorcycle with its shiny chrome tank and a stamped frame, boosting a 89.6 cc SOHC 2-valve 4-stroke air-cooled engine with a top speed of 64mph.
It has been 50 years since the first S90 and I thought it would be a great to give this amazing motorcycle a second life!
This is the 50th Anniversary Honda Super 90! A lot has changed in the 50 years, let’s start with the design. I fell in love with the Hondas 60’s design that didn’t really want to change anything. The new S90 became a bit bigger, sleeker and very aerodynamic. We still have the chrome that can be seen from the gas tank to little accents around the motorcycle.
source Igor Chak