Honda’s CT125 Concept Is A Super Cub In Scrambler Garb

The CT125 gets spoked wheels and a scrambler-style exhaust to take on rough terrain


  • The Honda CT125 concept features minimalistic yet functional bodywork.
  • It gets a raiser exhaust, dual-purpose tyres and simple front fender. 
  • It also features front and rear disc brakes with single-channel ABS.
  • The suspension has been tuned for off-road riding conditions.


Apart from unveiling two electric scooters, Honda also showcased a new moped concept called the CT125 at the Tokyo Motor Show. This concept is a more adventure friendly version of Honda’s Super Cub. However, unlike the Super Cub 125, the CT125 does not get a front apron, headlamp cover, fork covers or full fenders. Instead, it sort of reminds us of the TVS XL 100 with simple fenders and a large cargo rack. 

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It also gets a frame guard that runs on both sides of the 124cc motor and a bash plate underneath. The motor casing looks similar to the Super Cub 125, which means that the CT125 could feature the same 124cc powerplant that delivers 9.65PS of power and 10.4Nm of peak torque.  


The CT 125 is game for mild off-road trails thanks to its spoke wheels fitted with dual-purpose tyres. It also gets a small front fender and high mounted ‘scrambler-style’ exhaust pipe. Even the air intake and air filter have been mounted higher for better water wading capability.  


Additional kit includes disc brakes at both ends with single-channel ABS as standard. It also sits higher off the ground than the standard Super Cub as well as a suspension tuned for off-road. We think the CT125 could be a fun runabout to take on light trails thanks to its lightweight and minimalistic bodywork. Sadly, it won’t come to India anytime soon.

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  • Sam | 2 weeks ago Bring this to the U.S.A.! I want to buy two of them! 0 Reply
    sudam | 2 weeks ago India main kab luanch hoga. jaldi luanch karo bhai mujhe bahut pasand aa raha hai yea bike. 0 Reply