Originally Posted by JerryH
seems like most people put little tiny seats and clipon or clubman bars that aren't much higher than the front axle on them, trying to make a cafe racer or something. Might look cool, but almost completely unrideable. .
It's those limber kids do that, Jerry; us old farts with the frozen joints and bad backs can only dream.
Doggone mopeds, even the current Tomos line which seems to use materials not quite as good as the 'peds of yesteryear, have some kind of irresistable smokey, buzzing appeal that won't be denied. Aftermarket pipes, new sprockets, improved intake and little 65-70cc kits won't break the bank; then ya got somethin'.
DR-Z400SM, '68 Honda 305, '64 Honda C110, '06 Honda VT750, GTS 250ie, Genuine 150, Vino 125, Zuma 125, Yam C3, Honda Met, Tomos ST, PCX 150, Honda PS250 Big Ruck, Vino Classic 49, Honda Rebel, and a Lifan CT 70 clone I forgot about...