Photo and Video CD
The 1972 Honda RC125M is
without a doubt one of the rarest and trickest motocross bikes
ever built. The incredible achievement of those young engineers
that went into an unknown field under immense pressure from Mr.
Honda himself is now preserved for the ages. Until now no
one outside of the 1972 Honda works race shop has ever seen one
of these 138lb rocketships up close. Honda was clearly ahead of
their time with this bike. It was so advanced and so far ahead
of the competition at the time, it is no wonder it won in it's
third race against the best and most experienced works 125 teams
in Japan. The bike is a true testimony to Honda's amazing
ability to conceive and develop the best hardware in the world.
This CD is jam-packed with
over 200 super hi-resolution photos of nearly every angle
imaginable. It is the result of a project that spanned over four
Months at different locations of taking and selecting the best
photographs possible. There are close-ups of all the special handmade
parts and even some never before seen photos of inside the
engine. Each photo is a large un-watermarked jpeg file that can
be used to print brilliant photos for your office or garage. The
majority of these photos will be exclusive to this CD only and
never published anywhere else. As a special bonus there is
a short video included of Taichi Yoshimura on the RC125M delivering Honda
their first ever 125 motocross win in history at the 1972 "All
Japan Motocross." The video is fantastic and in color and with sound.
Each CD comes in its own
case with a photo of the RC125 against the Chicago skyline.