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Discussion in 'Battle Scooters' started by Jarvis, Oct 2, 2005.
From the WTF thread... Lol!!
Our old Honda Activa, what a great scooter
Our Old Vespa GT200
And our current scooters, my Honda S Wing 125
And my wifes Vespa LX125 3V all sprayed in HP colours it was an unwanted prize, bought brand new and really incredible deal
Now, that right there is funny! And, of course, leads to the question of: "What do you get with a Grom?" (It's a little bike... first base with your cousin doesn't count!) jk
I mostly get little boys pointing at me and pulling on their mothers' sleeves.
my wife thinks that your Heinkel scooter is as sexy as hell, she said it reminds her of a bath tub Porsche? you remember like the woman drove in the film Top Gun, understated cool
2007 Daelim S-2 250
'80 Vespa, 50cc Special,
/not mine, saw on CL
It's not the size but what you do with it...
First post. Here's my ruckus. Also just bought a 1975 Honda CB550 for a winter project
sent from a pit stop
Kind words from a lovely young woman.
07" Majesty 400
93' Helix 250
05' Yamati 150
And the first, and soon to be back in the stable since my sister doesn't ride it
87' Spree fitty
I picked up a Rattler Buck Ten with the intention of swapping its big minarelli 2-stroke into my Ruckus... Now, I'm not so sure. It's almost too nice to disassemble. Took a little ride with a friend (he's on my spare/loaner Kymco Cobra.)
Big dudes on little scoots!
Heading home from the Maxi Scoot Rally.
Thanks to YellowJacket for the pic!
here is mine ready for my cold weather commuting into NYC
looks like Paris, they have all those skirts and hand warmers
I outfit my Vespa with them too when it gets cold here and it really makes the ride enjoyable. It was 41F here yesterday and I had to turn the heated grips off!
Nice! When I had the skirt on my Helix, I used bungles on the left side back part. Made getting that part off and on easier and kept the skirt tight to reduce wind flapping.
When you buy the Tucano Urbano Termoscud made specifically for
your scooter, attach and inflate it, there's no flapping around, you
don't even know it's there.
It's an amazing product.
Didn't seem to work that way on the Helix. Not sure it inflated. The one I had on a Silverwing inflated but don't think the one for the Helix did.
In any event, with the bungee it was easy on off and yes, it is an amazing product. I only stopped using the when I moved south and didn't need it anymore.