Honda's minimoto range is one of the most renowned on the market. The Monkey, Super Cub, and CT 125, all evoke feelings of profundity and melancholy. Even said, Honda isn't the only manufacturer planning to continue producing minibikes in the year 2021. Consider the Phoenix Engineering Gunner 50, for example.
In terms of power, Gunner 50 has a single-cylinder air-cooled engine with a capacity of 49cc that produces about 4.2-hp and 2.95 lb-ft of torque.
There is only one enormous, fat tube supporting the basic saddle, which has a headlight put upfront and a taillight attached to the back. The engine is held in place by a frame with two cradles.
The main tube also serves as a gasoline tank, holding approximately 4.5 liters of fuel. Front and rear single disc brakes halt you, and the Gunner 50 rides on a set of 12-inch wheels.
Gunner 50 itself comes in six different colors, and the LCD may be adjusted to any of seven different colors to suit your preferences. The MSRP is roughly $2,000, however as of October 2021, there are no plans to sell this bike elsewhere other than Asia.