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Honda S65 Gallery

Following the success of the C50 Super Cub introduced during 1958, Honda expanded their range of lightweight single cylinder machines to include sporting variants such as the CS90 Sport and the S65 introduced in 1965. Featuring a four speed gearbox the little over head cam machine produced 6.2hp at 10,000rpm.

  • Years produced: 1965-1969
  • Claimed power: 6.2hp @ 10,000 rpm
  • Top speed: 56mph
  • Engine type: 62.9cc single-overhead-cam, air-cooled single
  • Weight (dry): 77.6kg (171lb)
  • MPG: 190mpg (claimed)
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1965 Honda S65
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1965 Honda S65
1965 Honda S65

Sport Cub 65.

Small and approachable, Honda’s shy little Sports 65 embodies everything that makes up a classic 1960s Honda tiddler.

From its little four-stroke pumper to its comfortable standard-like ergonomics, the S65 is an excellent choice for a classic, pint-sized city bike. Everything about it feels and acts like the solid little machine that Honda wanted — and needed — to keep the youth market it had captured earlier in the decade interested in their products.

1965 Honda S65
1965 Honda S65  

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