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Discussion in 'Battle Scooters' started by Jarvis, Oct 2, 2005.
Took my wife's BW125 for a ride along the coast, yesterday...
Damn dude...... seriously, you should consider taking up photography for Yamaha.
First Scoot I've ever had. Brought it home yesterday.
Thats a beauty. I've got a 94 Helix I bought new in 95 with 65698 miles and its been in storage the last 6 years. That scooter will run forever with just regular oil changes etc.
I just brought home my first scooter too, a 2008 BV250 that only had 850 miles on it.
Wow, I should have done this years ago...so much fun. I have a feeling my F650 Dakar may collect dust except for rides that include motorcycle-camping or lots of off-pavement time. For everything else, the Piaggio is a blast. It comfortably cruises at 60-65 and I hit 75 (GPS indicated) on a short stretch of interstate with zero drama. But even better, it's so easy to ride around town for errands: trips to the gym, the store, the post office, the library, etc...I love it.
 what great timing -- my 1,000th post!
prototype;tilting off road trike,I build today
Scoots are easy things to fall in love with! Now you are hooked!
My guess is you may find even motorcycle camping is more fun on a scoot! Check out my thread on off roading .
Make sure to post stories and pics of your rides. We love pics!
Hakatan,real nice BV250.
Last weekend took my first ride after a cold winter. There's still ice on the lake
@ Trakai Island Castle
Started this morning on the first kick!
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Thanks for telling me,how about this,just have a test drive in beach today ,couple of pix
My Aprilia SR Fiddy.
The plane is owned by someone who makes a tad bit more than I do. :)
THIS! It wins!! End thread!!
Thanks. It's a beautiful plane. I went on a day that the owner wasn't there. My friend has pictures of his Aprilia RSV4 by the same plane, except the plane's owner opened the gate and let him in.
Here's a link to a different forum to see his pics:
They're nice people. My wife and I bought a ride in his other WW2-era plane for my father-in-law's 70th birthday. They really made his year!!!