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Z50A (K0/K1/K2)

In 1967 Z50M  First series of Z50 mini bikes

The Honda Z50M was the first Z50 Series of mini bikes produced by Honda. It was released in 1967 to the European, Japanese, Candian and American markets. Although the Z50M was theoretically road worthy, it did not have various safety components and was therefore mostly just used for off-road only.

In 1968 Z50A(K0) "High bar" or "SlantGuard"

The Z50M only lasted for two years and then was replaced by Z50A series in 1969. The Honda Z50A was the second generation of Z50 Series of Monkey Bike. In 1968, the Z50A-K0 "Hard Tail, sometimes referred to as "High Bar" or "SlantGuard", was the first of Z50 Series to be released to American market. It has the same basics frame as the Z50M but now with front suspension, 8-inch wheels and no lights were fitted as this was mainly for leisure and recreational purposes.

In 1969 Z50A(K1) "Short Tail"

The first of the street legal road Z50A-K1 Mini Trail Monkeys arrived. It has added street legal lighting and lowered bars. This model remained on the American market until 1978.

In 1970 Z50A(K2) "Long Tail"

Extended rear fender were replaced the short tail on Z50A-K1 in 1970 named K2 "Long Tail". However, after frame cracking became a growing issue in 1972. Honda UK stopped importing Monkey, so this model marked the end of line for the Monkey Bike in UK & Japan in 1973.

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1967 - 1969

Z50M

1968

Z50A (K0)

1969-1970

Z50A (K1)

1970-1971

Z50A (K2)

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