This clutch model is very famous in the Vietnamese market in the 60s and 70s of the last century. At that time, the Honda 67 first appeared in the South. The majority of owners were wealthy because it was difficult for ordinary people to buy.
The Honda 67 is equipped with a 4-stroke, 1-cylinder engine with a 50cc displacement, creating a maximum power of 2.7 horsepower at 7,000 rpm.
Simson is a familiar clutch motorcycle brand for many people in the 90s of the last century. This is a line of motorcycles from Germany, which used to be considered as a measure of wealth, civilization, and the dream of many people at that time.
Simson bikes are popular because of their powerful and durable engines. The bike uses a single-cylinder engine, 50cc displacement, two-stroke, air-cooled, creating a maximum power of 3.7 horsepower at 5,500 rpm and a maximum torque of 5Nm at 4,800 rpm.
Honda GL Pro
Owning a Honda GL Pro is a dream of many young motorcycle enthusiasts in the 70s and 80s. Honda GL Pro was launched in Indonesia in the 80s.
GL Pro has siblings like GL100 or GL Max 125 with similar designs. However, only the Pro versions with a 150cc engine were imported into Vietnam by private retailers at prices equivalent to a few gold bars at that time.
Suzuki RGV 120
Suzuki RGV 120 was called “Su-xì-po” by motorcycle enthusiasts in the Vietnamese market. The bike was introduced in Vietnam in 1997. At that time, the Suzuki RGV 120 was completely imported from Japan.
The Suzuki RGV 120 is equipped with a single-cylinder engine, 2-stroke, with a displacement of up to 120.7 cc, combined with an air cooling system. This engine produces a maximum power of up to 15.5 horsepower at 8,800 rpm and a maximum torque of 14.7 Nm at 7,000 rpm. This power exceeds that of the contemporary “king of clutch motorcycles” Yamaha Exciter 150.