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Discussion in 'The Breakroom' started by zenlunatic, May 1, 2010.
Got some new wheels... two to be exact
Nice color too!!!
My wife had oneof those... minus the large lock on the wheel. It got stolen after about 4 months of use.
It was a great little ride: inexpensive, easy to park. Nothing like filling up on pocket change!
Yeah. I live in baltimore so the chain is crucial. The chain cost $130 bucks.
I wonder do you guys drive shift mopedbikes? and if so do you like hand or foot shift?
I ride a zundapp gts 50 1975
Is that the 50cc or the 125cc version?
The Zuma is a nice little scoot!
My own scooter is a Vespa PX 150. It's a 4 speed hand shift. I like and prefer the older vintage stuff like old Vespa's.
@jackknife It's the 50cc. No Insurance or motorcycle license required in MD. I can drive on any road which doesnt exceed 50mph, as long as I put out 30mph, minus stuff like the beltway and I95 obviously. The speedometer goes up to 40, and I've done that down hill. I drove my brother for a ride and I'm 250 and he is 150, and i had no problems. Its a little slow up hill, but its a 2 stroke so its the best its gonna get. My stepdad has a harley, and the zuma is just as relaxing and cooling when its nice out, albeit less noisy Now I gotta find me a girl to put on the
@kanis its just gas and break.
I just bought a Honda Ruckus. It is a blast to ride and everyone comments on how "COOL" it looks!
I like it. Anything on 2 wheels is cool.
My wife had a white Ruckus. She loved it but wanted to upgrade to a 250 street bike. I rode it a few times. Got a lot of laughs when I did. I am too tall for most bikes. I ride a Kawasaki KLR 650 almost daily.
I've got a Burgman 400. Get 50+ mpg. Love filling the tank for less than $15. Haven't had it for too long, so while I don't use it to commute yet, I use it for errands during the spring and summer, and hope to commute eventually once I take the test. So much fun, and perfect since I doubt I'd do well having to shift; it's an automatic.
My first set of motorized wheels was a Vespa, a Piagio 150. Fantastic for urban use!