Japan is largely known for its motorcycles, at least among motorcycle enthusiasts. Japanese motorcycle manufacturers are making marvels of motorbikes. The Tokyo Motor Show this year proved that with cafe racers exhibition, the stars of the showcase.
There was a number of electric bikes, crotch rockets, dirt bikes, and scooters which were showcased at Tokyo’s Big Site convention center.
The star of the show was the Bolt that is shown above. This Yamaha beast was exhibited along electric two-wheelers, an amazing metallic blue paintjob, hanging mirrors and inverted handlebars, machined metal bits, saddle brown leatherwork, and blacked-out trim.
Honda CB1100EX Honda made its debut as well, branded with a EX version of the ’70s-style CB1100 retro roadster. It was finished in low-key matte black.
We took a chance to check out BMW Motorrad‘s birthday gift to the R NineT, a car that was recently uncovered at the EICMA motorcycle show in Milan.
But we must admit that the most amazing retro rides was the Honda Monkey Limited, which is a mini bike makes the new 125cc Grom appear extremely massive.
Other new vehicles presented were Honda’s new F6C (that is a new custom-style based on the Valkyrie) and BMW’s track toy, the HP4.
Scroll above for the gallery. Amazing stuff!