Honda CT90

Field Stream juli 1969

Go where the roads don’t.

The Honda trail 90 is built to get you to better hunting and fishing spots. Everything about it answers the call of the wild. Like the step-thru frame. Hand controls for both sure-stopping brakes, plus an extra rear brake foot pedal. And ample clearance between the engine and the ground. Miles away from it all, you want a power plant that will keep on going. So the Trail 90 has a reliable four-stroke overhead-cam engine Plus many more technical achievements that add up to dependability.

Things you can count on in any of Honda’s 23 different models. Then there’s that convenient Posi-Torque dual transmission. It changes from street to trail with the flip of a lever. And how about that extra-quiet upswept muffler, with USDA-approved spark arrestor. You can make like The Shadow instead of The Green Hornet. Equally handy is the Trail 90’s altitude-compensating carburetor It has a special setting for altitudes over 6.000 feet.

See the Trail 90 and its quibble-free warranty at your local Honda dealer.
The backwoods are beckoning. The New Honda Trail 90

Source: Field and Stream
Date: July 1969

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