What is the Honda CT110?
The Honda CT110 is an off-road motorcycle made between 1980 and 2013 to replace the CT90 – a variant of the Super Cub design.
The CT110 is particularly well-known in Australia, where it’s called “The Postie Bike” since Australian mail carriers used them to deliver the mail.
While the CT110 was primarily offered in red, there were two different types of red called “Monza Red” and “Tahitian Red.”
- Monza Red: Used for the 1980 and 1982 models
- Tahitian Red: Used for the 1981 models
Postie Bike models serial numbers
- 1980 models: start with “JD01-5000001”
- 1981 models: start with “JH2JD010*BS100002″
- 1982 models: start with “JH2JD010*CS200001″
CT110 – Fun Trivia:
- The paint code for the CT110 is known as “R110 Monza Red”
- The Danish aid company Danida used the CT110 as the standard issue for aid workers in the 1970s and the 1980s
- There’s an annual charity event called “Postie Bike Challenge” where hundreds of people ride 3,500 kilometres (about 2170 miles) across Australia on Honda CT110s.
Honda CT110 Specs (2005 models)
Engine: Single cylinder, four-stroke air-cooled
Displacement: 110 ccs
Compression ratio: 8.2:1
Ignition system: Battery and ignition coil
Top speed: 85 km/h (52 mph)
Clutch: Wet multi-plate automatic
Fuel tank capacity: 5,5 liters (1,4 gallons)
Fuel system: Carburettor
Front brake: Drum brake
Rear brake: Drum brake
Wheelbase: 1210mm/47 inches
Wheel size: 17″
Front tire pressure: 25 PSI
Rear tire pressure: 32 PSI
If you’re interested in a review of the CT110, check out this video below from the Biker Bits YouTube channel: