Rebuilding a Honda CT70 Minibike | Bike Builds with Aaron Colton 1

Freestyle motorbike rider and expert stuntman Aaron Colton is back, bringing you into Garage 93 for another episode of Bike Builds. This time, Aaron's taking on a full-on refresh of a classic Honda CT70 minibike and turning it into the ultimate pit bike. In the spirit of Aaron's previous Project Two-Stoke builds, he'll take you through every step of the bike's new lease on life — from acquiring the bike to cleaning, painting at a low cost, assembly and more. Join Aaron in the shop and get some inspiration to take on your own Honda Trail 70 build.

Read Aaron's thoughts on the build:

"The CT 70 internationally is called the Honda Dax. To me, it’s part of the Honda mini trail family and honestly [the mini trail family] is what lays the foundation for motorcycling, as far as normal consumer-based people riding motorcycles. The CT 70 was kind of from that same family, but the street legal version – I don’t know the exact numbers, but internationally, I think they sold millions of them. It was super low priced. The motorcycle came out in 1968 and they sold through all the way to 1994. It had a really long run. It’s always been a bike that I thought was super cool because really it’s like a small, fun kick bike, but its street legal. This one you can literally go to the grocery store."

Credit: Red Bull Motorsports
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