Honda’s Bulldog concept will become a production model.
The strange looking concept from Honda, the Bulldog, is set for production according to Visordown. The motorcycle is using the same chassis and parallel-twin engine as the CB400F model, a Japanese version of the CB500F.
The Honda Bulldog concept was launched earlier this year, in March, at Japan’s Osaka Motorcycle Show. At the event, Honda presented the motorcycle as a “Lovable Touring Partner”. Some of the features include two storage compartments on either side of the tank and 15-inch wheels to keep the seat height as low as possible.
It will be interesting to see if the Japanese motorcycle giant will keep the crash bars on the production model. Meanwhile, there is no secret that Honda wants to address to as many people as they can with the Bulldog model. We’ll have to wait and see just how successful the “ugly duckling” will be.