Honda has brought back a new version of the Hunter Cub CT125. If you ever have rode their trail bikes, then you may be as excited as we are for this to be in the market. The Hunter Cub is an all-terrain bike that is perfect for short commutes but even better for adventures out on the trail. The new bike has upgraded components to help you get out off the grid a little smoother. Often referred to as the Trail Cub, the Hunter Cub has a stronger frame, bigger tires and more suspension than past models. The bike comes with a four-stroke, single-cylinder 125cc engine pushing out 8.7 horsepower and 8.1 pound-feet of torque.
The Hunter is also equipped with a 1.4-gallon fuel tank that gives it a surprisingly useful 220-mile range, disc brakes, and a single-channel ABS system that prevents the front wheel from locking up.Weighing in at 264-pound, the Hunter Cub can carry two riders in relative comfort, and it’s fitted with a rear luggage rack. Honda will begin delivering the Hunter Cub this month in Japan and starts at around $4,000. It will be available in other markets shortly after, but there’s no word yet on whether it will be sold in America. We are crossing our fingers that Honda will bring to the states sooner than later.