Post Sale Update: This CT110 sold for $2,850 after 17 bids on eBay in Beacon, New York.
Honda’s Trail 90 (or CT90, depending on the market) was a popular entry point for youngsters to learn how to ride in the dirt. One of the reasons it was so easy to ride was the 4-speed transmission with an automatic clutch. So when Honda moved on to the CT110 in 1980 (basically the same bike but it weighed a pinch more and the motor was bored out to 105cc), they made sure to keep your left hand free.
The 105cc engine produced 7.6 horsepower, but that was fine because the bike weighed just over 200 pounds wet. In addition, it featured a dual range ‘subtransmission’ which could be engaged with a lever that would yield a roughly 2:1 ratio reduction. This enabled easy scaling of steep hills, even with less than 8 horsepower. ’86 was the last year that CTs were officially sold in the US. For more information, head on over to this site dedicated to the CT90 and 110.
This example is offered by the third owner, who has had it for five years. “I love the bike, but I have to get rid of some toys.” He notes that the carb, fuel filters, and fuel lines were recently replaced, and it also has new tires, a new seat, and new aux gas tank. The original parts are included and the bike comes with a New York title.
Find this CT for sale in Beacon, New York with bidding up to $2,750 and the reserve already met here on eBay.