Everything about HODAKA
HODAKA Brand History
Hodaka, also known as Pabatco, which actually stands for Pacific Basin Trading Company, is an American-Japanese company that manufactured motorcycles during the 1960s and 1970s. Although there's nothing official concerning this matter, some people say that the company's name is inspired by the name of a mountain in Oregon, the location of the Hodaka headquarters.
Hodaka managed to manufacture numerous remarkable motorcycles, all of them being pretty appreciated for the features they have. For instance, the Ace 90 and the 100 model, the Wombat, the Super Combat, the Super Rat and the Thunderdog are some of the most popular motorcycles manufactured by the company.
Even if they were manufactured between 1960 and 1970, the motorcycles produced by Hodaka come with pretty advanced features, no matter if we talk about its engines or about the other features installed on the bikes.
For example, the Hodaka ACE 100, a motorcycle manufactured in 19... continue reading HODAKA history →