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Discussion in 'Battle Scooters' started by Pez, Jan 6, 2012.
Real scooter girls from the Blind Lizard picnic:
Ummm ... bring back the PCX girl.
Couple more, Enjoy!
Weird to think a Vespa was in Playboy! ^^^
apparently suitable riding attire is not available where these gals live :huh
I found this one awhile back on the Self magazine website..... she is hot!!!!
Is it sad that I have this many pictures saved on my hard drive? Oh well, heres the rest.
She has run 4 marathons and recently hike the Otter Trail in Scout Africa with my son. She's the mother of three great kids.
I think she is Beautiful, strong and Smart, My son thinks so too.
...and she obviously has good taste in scooters too ;-)
Just found this in Chicks and Bikes had to share
What do you want: posing (scooter irrelevant) or riding?
(Coming home from work, lazily without atgatt)
why does the helix have an antenna does it have a stereo!!?
Probably, Hondaline sold a Kenwood made AM/FM stereo system with handlebar mounted wired remote in the mid 80's for the Elites and Helixes. I had one on my '87 Elite 150, wish I took that stereo system off before I sold that scoot. That flexible antenna on that green Helix was not the original one that came with the Hondaline stereo though. The original antenna was a manual telescopic one that often broke because passengers kicking them while getting on or off the backseat.
The Helix does have a radio, the hardware is in the trunk and the controls are mounted on the handle bars. The speaker are mounted in the dash. It worked well below the speed where wind noise became a factor 35 mph. I could crank it up but you would just become a rolling getteo blaster.