Honda Bulldog concept bike unveiled

    The Bulldog concept is powered by a liquid cooled, 400cc inline two-cylinder engine.

    Published On Mar 20, 2015 09:05:00 PM


    Honda debuted its Bulldog concept touring motorcycle at the 2015 Osaka Motorcycle Show. At the heart of the Bulldog Concept sits a 400cc liquid-cooled four-stroke DOHC inline two-cylinder engine mated to a six-speed gearbox.

    The Honda Bulldog concept sports a peculiar design, from its dual Ruckus-style headlights to its 15-inch-wide scrambler tires. The fork sports gaiters and a small, raised front fender, while the headlamps and engine sport tubular crash guards and rails above the headlamps to carry load. The bike also features storage areas on either side of its fuel tank.

    The Bulldog concept sports a low centre of gravity, with the rider sitting just 730mm off the ground. Other styling cues include a high-mounted exhaust, five-spoke black alloy wheels and a unique turquoise and black paint scheme.

    The bike will also be showcased at the Tokyo Motorcycle Show 2015 on March 27.

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