Honda today unveiled its new leisure motorcycle, the BULLDOG, at the Osaka Motorcycle Show 2015. Designed for the non-typical motorcycle rider, this 400cc city machine places an emphasis on storage, simplicity, and all-around riding capability.
The BULLDOG’s 15-inch wide-tires and low center-of-gravity ensure a solid footing, even for the vertically-challenged rider. And its liquid-cooled 4-stroke DOHC inline 2-cylinder 400cc engine with a 6-speed transmission is powerful, yet easy to handle, making it a versatile ride that can handily traverse a range of terrain, from urban to rural areas. There are racks above the headlamps and behind the seat, and there's more storage on either side of the highly styled fuel tank.
The BULLDOG has quickly garnered international coverage and though it's only a concept now, it likely would have a base of ready buyers if it hit the production line.
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