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Some of Honda's best bikes are actually their smallest. The company's mini motorcycles have long been a hit with enthusiasts and this year they're bringing back another famous model: the Dax. The S125 Dax marks a return to the original 1969 nameplate and we can imagine it packs a whole lot of fun in its diminutive profile. Powered by an air-cooled 124cc SOHC two-valve engine, the new Dax features a T-shaped pressed steel frame with an integrated fuel tank, four-speed gearbox with a centrifugal clutch, 31mm forks, twin rear shocks, 12-inch wheels, and a set of chunky tires. 

The S125 Dax is currently only available in Europe and there's no word yet on whether it will reach the US.

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