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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Day Trippin'' started by The Virginian, Apr 3, 2017.
A wooden m/c!
Barber Motorcycle Museum is beyond words. Thanks for sharing.
I had this exact bike and taxi cab color.
fantastic, thanks for all the pics ! very cool
I'll finish this up in a bit, going to eat supper.
Ugliest HD evar! (to me)
The holy grail!
I love this one!
I will own one of these someday!
This scoot was designed to fold up like a suitcase and could be stowed on a small plane.
To me the holy grail of scooters.
Note: That's a Rotax powered HD!
Ok, that's it for the museum.
Pop quiz! Anyone know the reference to this photo I took?
Your scooter is a Vespa 946?
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Yep! Winner winner chicken dinner!
What a great RR. I love following along on crazy-arse adventures like this, and your passion for scooters is undeniable. Thank you!
Great pics from the museum -- I am so envious of your visit! I especially love the turn of the century motorcycles before there was an standard form factor and each manufacturer had their own thinking with where to place the gas tank, fork geometry, drive train, etc. Fantastic visual history of the past 100 years
Back on the road. Next stop BRPW
He's heading into an area with a lot of cool stuff. Too bad he needs to make time. The Lookout Mountain Parkway, Little River Canyon, and even the famous Hog Jowl Road are all ahead
I think he's stopped to take a pic of the welcome to Georgia sign.
Go, Vespa Guy, go!