Honda Releases Patent Information on the Potential CL500 Scrambler

Honda Releases Patent Information on the Potential CL500 Scrambler.



Honda Releases Patent Information on the Potential Honda CL500 Scrambler. Honda's Scrambler versions are designed to appeal to young and nostalgic riders. Ducati, Triumph, Yamaha, and Benelli have all offered their own Neo-Retro lines in recent years, and most recently. Honda's future orientation has been emphasised by Autoby, with the Scrambler due out soon. 

The vintage-inspired CL250 and CL500 were created by the designer of numerous Honda vehicles. The engine is based on existing 250cc and 500cc engines with dual shock rear suspension. Many thought that Honda was planning to use the Rebel frame already in place.


According to the concept drawings, the Honda CL500 will use the same engine and chassis as Honda's Rebel 500 lightweight cruiser series. Seat with a long saddle type. It not only maintains the scrambler's original appearance, but also raises and changes the seat height to allow the rider to operate it on and off the road.

exhaust system modification Pipe route under the chassis can be chosen. The 2-1 exhaust pipe is then twisted and linked up above the swingarm by Honda. Why not just shoot straight from the side at the same time? The pipe will be shattered, as you can see in the illustration. The header travels up and down. This is because it conceals the pot beneath the bike while also retaining the heat generated by the engine.

Honda Releases Patent Information on the Potential CL500 Scrambler.

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