Field Stream aug 1968

From road to rough. Just flip a lever.

The trail 90’s exclusive “Posi-Torque” dual transmission lets you —or your lady —switch from street to trail gear instantly. No special tools to use. No sprockets or chains to mess with. Just flip a lever. Simple.

Then Honda’s dependable OHC four-stroke engine will take you to market or deer country, anywhere you want to go. The Trail 90 features an automatic clutch, a USDA-approved spark arrestor, water-proof, dust-proof brakes you can apply by foot or by hand, and a steel skid plate to protect vital engine parts in rough going. Throttle response is quick and smooth. Gas consumption is a big 165 mpg. A pack rack is standard. The Trail 90. Loaded with extras and the only machine that lets you switch from road to rough with a flip of a lever. That’s really a switch on a trail bike, isn’t it?

The Honda Trail 90
Largest selling Trail machine in the world.

See your Honda dealer for a color brochure, safety pamphlet and “Invisible Circle” film; or write: American Honda Motor Co., Inc.,Dept. SO,Box 50, Gardena, Calif. 90247. © 1968, AHM.

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Date: August, 1968