Super Cub Anniversary

Emblem Gallery

  • 1958 C100

    1958: C100
    Bold model name emblem positioned on the leg shield which characterized the C100's functionality and design. The designer's passion emanates from this emblem.

  • 1958 C100

    1958: C100
    Honda's emblems at the time included "HM" (Honda Motor). This model emblem would be used for a very long time. The plate is fixed by screws.

  • 1960 C100

    1960: C100
    Bold model name emblem positioned on the leg shield which characterized the C100's functionality and design. The designer's passion emanates from this emblem.

  • 1960 C100

    1960: C100
    The first generation model's logo is used, but the plate is replaced by a decal.

  • 1960 SPORTS CUB C110

    1960: SPORTS CUB C110
    A three-dimensional, high quality front emblem.

  • 1960 SPORTS CUB C110

    1960: SPORTS CUB C110
    The wing motif portrays the Benly and Dream Super Sports model of the time.

  • 1962 PORT CUB C240

    1962: PORT CUB C240
    A radically new logo, encapsulating Honda's passion to export the Cub to ports all over the world.

  • 1962 PORT CUB C240

    1962: PORT CUB C240
    The "HONDA" emblem, a metallic decal, also accents the front fascia.

  • 1964 SUPER CUB CM90

    1964: SUPER CUB CM90
    "90," the largest displacement engine for the Super Cub series at the time, proudly emblazoned on the leg shield, emphasizing the new model.

  • 1964 SUPER CUB CM90

    1964: SUPER CUB CM90
    New logo design emphasizes the largest displacement Super Cub at the time. Simple, yet sturdy.

  • 1964 SUPER CUB CM90

    1964: SUPER CUB CM90
    The new, perfect for the largest displacement 90cc model, was positioned on the leg shield.

  • 1967 SUPER CUB C50

    1967: SUPER CUB C50
    Simple emblem design focuses the front fascia design.

  • 1969 SUPER CUB C50M

    1969: SUPER CUB C50M
    Emblem designed as part of the position lamp under the head light, acting as an accent to the front fascia.

  • 1969 SUPER CUB C50M

    1969: SUPER CUB C50M
    With 1970 looming, change also comes to the Super Cub's logo design. A new logo for a new era.

  • 1971 SUPER CUB C50DX

    1971: SUPER CUB C50DX
    A new logo design approach for the Super Cub, born in the 1960's entering a new era, the '70s.

  • 1971 SUPER CUB C50DX

    1971: SUPER CUB C50DX
    "50" Emblem integral to the position lamp under the head light. This is a rare model with the HONDA emblem on the leg shield.

  • 1982 SUPER CUB C50SDX

    1982: SUPER CUB C50SDX
    In the early 1980's, square designs were the trend. Following this trend, the front emblem was a square design, and with the wing emblem was placed on the leg shield, hinted at a new era for the Cub.

  • 1982 SUPER CUB C50SDX

    1982: SUPER CUB C50SDX
    The emblem design is square, matching the Cub's square design.

  • 1997 LITTLE CUB

    1997: LITTLE CUB
    "14" is designed into the emblem, emphasizing the most prominent Little Cub feature, its 14-inch tires.

  • 1997 LITTLE CUB

    1997: LITTLE CUB
    Emblem strongly emphasized the 14 inch tires. The number "14" is an integral part of the design.

  • 1997 LITTLE CUB

    1997: LITTLE CUB
    The Little Cub appeared as a 100 million commemorative model, at the event commemorating Honda's cumulative motorcycle production reaching the 100 million unit milestone, held at the Kumamoto Factory. This emblem was designed for the commemoration model.

  • 2005 PRESS CUB

    2005: PRESS CUB
    First generation, traditional logo decorates the Press Cub. Old, yet new.

  • 2007 LITTLE CUB

    2007: LITTLE CUB
    In line with the Little Cub's traditional styling, a logo based on traditional first generation model's logo was designed.

  • 2007 SUPER CUB 50 CUSTOM

    2007: SUPER CUB 50 CUSTOM
    Square logo on the front complements Custom's square headlight and turn indicators.

  • 2007 SUPER CUB 50 CUSTOM

    2007: SUPER CUB 50 CUSTOM
    The logo signifies the custom model with equipped with a convenient self-starter (in addition to the kick starter).

  • 2007 LITTLE CUB

    2007: LITTLE CUB
    In line with the Little Cub's traditional styling, a logo based on traditional first generation model's logo was designed.

  • 2008 SUPER CUB 50 50th Anniversary

    2008: SUPER CUB 50 50th Anniversary
    The 50th Anniversary model keeps the traditional logo from the first generation.

  • 2008 SUPER CUB 50 50th Anniversary

    2008: SUPER CUB 50 50th Anniversary
    The gold emblem presents a strong contrast on the graphite black, a worthy image for the 50th anniversary of the Cub series.

  • 2009 SUPER CUB 110

    2009: SUPER CUB 110
    The Super Cub 110 was released as a new generation Super Cub with globally unified engine and frame. The emblem design was also revamped.

  • 2012 SUPER CUB 110

    2012: SUPER CUB 110
    Emblem design was revamped for global use.

  • 2013 CROSS CUB

    2013: CROSS CUB
    The Cross Cub's "CC" and its displacement "110" are integrated in an emblem with an outdoor feel to it.

  • 2017 SUPER CUB 50

    2017: SUPER CUB 50
    The newest Super Cub has a logo designed to emanate tradition.

  • 2017 SUPER CUB 50

    2017: SUPER CUB 50
    The traditional logo motif is reborn to express tradition, and evolution.

  • 1958 C100
  • 1958 C100
  • 1960 C100
  • 1960 C100
  • 1960 SPORTS CUB C110
  • 1960 SPORTS CUB C110
  • 1962 PORT CUB C240
  • 1962 PORT CUB C240
  • 1964 SUPER CUB CM90
  • 1964 SUPER CUB CM90
  • 1964 SUPER CUB CM90
  • 1967 SUPER CUB C50
  • 1969 SUPER CUB C50M
  • 1969 SUPER CUB C50M
  • 1971 SUPER CUB C50DX
  • 1971 SUPER CUB C50DX
  • 1982 SUPER CUB C50SDX
  • 1982 SUPER CUB C50SDX
  • 1997 LITTLE CUB
  • 1997 LITTLE CUB
  • 1997 LITTLE CUB
  • 2005 PRESS CUB
  • 2007 LITTLE CUB
  • 2007 SUPER CUB 50 CUSTOM
  • 2007 SUPER CUB 50 CUSTOM
  • 2007 LITTLE CUB
  • 2008 SUPER CUB 50 50th Anniversary
  • 2008 SUPER CUB 50 50th Anniversary
  • 2009 SUPER CUB 110
  • 2012 SUPER CUB 110
  • 2013 CROSS CUB
  • 2017 SUPER CUB 50
  • 2017 SUPER CUB 50

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