The Honda Dax (also known as the ST70) was a mini-bike which featured a distinctive frame shape. The Dax bike sought to continue where the earlier Honda Monkey left off, offering riders both the enjoyable leisure riding that made the Monkey such a popular bike as well as an increased level of practicality for everyday use. The Dax featured a T-bone shaped pressed steel frame with the fuel tank mounted internally, resulting in its characteristic look.
Sprung folding main stand and a brake pedal
Semi-pneumatic tires are given a realistic tread pattern and have Bridgestone lettering
Removable front fork section and folding handlebars, just like those on the real bike
Rear seat is opened via a lever on the model
OHC engine is recreated in great detail, including depictions of cooling fins
With authentic metal plated matte wheels, and gloss components for muffler, handlebars, fenders and more
Rubber tubing is included to recreate the various pipes and lines on the bike