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Discussion in 'Battle Scooters' started by Jarvis, Oct 2, 2005.
The first bike I ever bought with my own money was one of these. A 1964(?) Honda 55 with the fancy 'quick change' sprocket system! Picked about fifty tons of Oregon Blue Lake's to pay for it, too! Mine was just red, tho.
One of the things I always liked about the design of the older generation Vespa's was the split rim wheels, and the spare tire. Flats were never a problem. You could change a wheel in just a few minutes, and replacing a tube in the flat one was even easier.
They just don't make 'em like that anymore.
Here's one of mine..
The Harley is glaring at her. "You took that little yellow slut out for a ride and left me here alone! Just wait 'til I get you out on some lonely road, buster. I'm going to dump oil all over you!"
Man, PERFECT rides Crossthread! Thats all you really need!
My Christmas'd Buddy.
A scooter has automatic transmission. The z50 is classified as a mini bike.
words fail me.
that's freakin' awesome
A smooth reliable 4 stroke with a monoshock swingarm
I like it! How many cc?
Boy with that gear you look ready to ride your Gold Wing!
It is a 175cc made by Heinkel Aircraft
Thats cool! It looks pretty cool and unique! How fast does that thing go?
Here is my entry, Not mine though.
Love that windshield!
Cruising speed and recommended top speed 57 mph. It can go over 60 on the flat but it is hard on the valves. It can run at 57 all day.
Thats not bad, especially for a bike that old.