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Discussion in 'Battle Scooters' started by Jarvis, Oct 2, 2005.
was that a cvt or a 3 speed with a auto clutch.
Blatantly stolen from
Thrashers Terifying Trek (TTT), NSW, Australia, 2004
PJ Chmiel of Scooterworks fame.
Found an interesting site and this gallery index - http://70s.ch/Vespa/sor/2004/
or enter through here: http://70s.ch/index.html and look for the sorties link at the bottom.
Stuff like this:
Iffn you can read the furrin' language them there fellas speak, you can probably figure out more about their ride reports.
Some nice stuff there.
Scooters at the Gap -
click "next" for the series
BTW if you're :tb more can be found at www.totalruckus.com (duh)
Thanks How about a shot of the front brake?
More pics and a great story can be found in IlMostro's excellent Fall ColoUrs Tour ride report.
Good dual-sport pics in there, too, from other participants like Gaspipe. Looks like it was a great ride for all.
Here's my mine. I put smaller wheels on it so it would qualify for this thread:
My (now sold) 2000 Aprilia SR50 Racing. Learned to ride on that beast, they're fun.
Saw one of these at my local dealer and thought it was a joke at first.....He said they've sold a number of them though.......
Wife's new scoot. This thing goes faster than you need to on those itty bitty wheels.
another of the riva
My wifes 2003 Chetak on top of Mt. Evans Colorado, Elevation 14,262ft above sea level.
How did that little scooter perform on the way up/down? Were you riding with her? What on?
Mini Motard parking lot racing.....mere moments before I tore my MCL in a wicked highside.
Break time! Nothing livens up mini motard riding like some caffiene to go with the adrenaline.
2 six-packs and a can of peanuts comfortably fit under the seat of my Zuma!!!
Here's mine! 2005 Ruckus, slightly modified...
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The trusty Elite 80 is the first scoot I ever rode! Belonged to a friend who never put kilometre one on it herself and it had a terrible tall windshield and topbox on it. All decked out in Honda's lovely burgundy-and-gold combo. I laid it down in front of her house on my first trip around the block sans helmet and have been crashing scooters in new and innovative ways for the last ten years. I'm currently running a performance modded 70cc Vespa ET2 with all the usual internal performance upgrade yadda yadda. Paint removed on left hand side by asphalt to save weight for when it comes to the twisties.
This year I may buy a p200 and a ktm of some sort. Going to have to clean up my act, I suppose. Hah.