Honda Trail 90


The Walkers never walk—when they can ride!
Betty and Doug Walker of Fresno, California, go as far as they can by car and then take to their trail 90. “I make two trips,” writes Doug, “one for the equipment and one for Betty. Camping is a breeze. We relax, our Honda does all the work!” Mail such as this explains why Honda is the world’s largest-selling trail machine.

Engine: OHV, single-cylinder, air-cooled, 4-stroke
Gear Ratio: 46 to 1 (specifically designed trail and road gearing)
Climbing Ability: 50° slope or more
Gasoline Capacity: 1.7 gallon total – 0.4 gallon reserve
Load Capacity: 450 lbs
Brakes: Dual-control front, foot-control rear
Shock Absorbers: Hydraulicaily dampened front and rear
Tires: Rugged “knobby” type for extra traction
Frame: “Step-through” design for easy mounting
Clutch: Automatic multiplate wet type
Muffler: USDA Forest Service-approved spark arrester

Source: FFA National Future Farmer
Issue: 136
Page: 20
Date: August – September 1965

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