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Discussion in 'Battle Scooters' started by Jarvis, Oct 2, 2005.
Satin black. Nizice
Johnny needs to get on the stick and chrome his. That will be mad bling
A Most Beastly Wee Beastie. Nice work!
That inspires me to make a police themed Stella. Screw those Harley posers with their police bikes.
Welcome, Bubb and Kev!
How does the food thing work here in ADVScooter? Is it buffet-style or do we have waiters? Also, where's the mens' room. My back teeth are floating!
Burgers are on the grill, plenty of beverages in the fridge, and there's one bathroom--small but clean, though you'll need to jiggle the handle.
Watch your step--there's lots of spare parts sitting around on the floor.
We haven't started an oil thread yet. This joint really IS new.
Hey that ain't all..
Did you ever get the speed up on that little critter?
That has to be one of the prettiest paint jobs ever. I love that scheme. :tb
Not exactly scooters but I wore a couple of them out. This is from about 10 years ago.
I don't think I'm going to mess with it. As soon as I get around to getting a tag for it, I expect I'm going to sell it. 3 scooters is too much.
Sure is a better ride/feel than the Yammy's though...
Yesterday, in Houston. Driving the car. Very slow moving traffic.
A guy on an orange Stella is driving the opposite direction, also very slowly.
"Stella! Stella!" I start screaming in my best Marlon Brando. No, wasn't very good Brando, but I got an A for spontaneity! Guy gets startled, but smiles and waves.
I wish I'd had my camera. Looked sorta like FreakingRT.
Back to the pics.
it's just so....beautiful
I don't recall the model (Honda something), year, HP or anything but we had a hoot riding this around Chiang Mai in Northern Thailand then around Phuket Island (pronounced Poo-ket) in the south.
The picture above shows Mrs Scotsman chatting with the petrol pump attendant!
We rode the snot out of the scoot in Chiang Mai and had the tire come away from the rim while riding the switch backs Memories!!! Oh yeah, and I nearly fell on my arse when I forgot to remove the chain from around the wheel before riding off.
AdvRider...it's the rider, not the ride!