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    Just bought the wife a 1981 Yamahopper and that thing is the funnest bikes to cruise around the neighborhood on! I havent gotten her on a "real" bike yet, but I gotta start somewhere....

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidabl View Post
    And here's a very fine looking moped. What I'd want if i lost my driver's license.

    http://www.sportsmanflyer.com/

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    I think I know what my next project is going to be. That thing is rad!

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    A35 with a 70 kit and bmx/chopper parts. Super fun. Hooked it up for my friend.




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    not really a moped but most people would put it closer to a moped than a motorcycle. it'll keep up with traffic that's for sure.

    honda xr50

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    Hell yea! I love crf/ xr 50's. Do you have a lighting kit on that to drive it on the street?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigdumbhead View Post
    Hell yea! I love crf/ xr 50's. Do you have a lighting kit on that to drive it on the street?
    cali plated w a baja designs kit

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    Quote Originally Posted by RockinRyan View Post
    I think I know what my next project is going to be. That thing is rad!
    Sure is. I'd really,really like to have mine with a Bultaco Metralla motor in It :-)
    Except for having to start it by pedaling....

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    Here's mine!
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    This is what i use to get smokes or booze, its not registered but who cares, no cop is going to catch me once i hit offroad(footpaths,frontyards,parks,etc). It only owes me about $100 and just fucking fun to ride. I have 5 of these but this one is the shittiest and i ride it the most, plus i let just about anyone have a go on it and the bitches love it

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    [QUOTE=TemeculaTerry;223600]RANT:
    I was the old school punk kid in a town in Northern California that didnt understand nor accept it....

    outta curiousity, where at in Northern California are you from? Before i joined the ol Marine Corps i spent nineteen years of my life in Nor Cal...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TemeculaTerry View Post
    RANT:
    When I was a kid I did my own thing and I got allot of shit for it. From my Mohawks, hanging with Vato's, wearing Ben Davies etc... I was the old school punk kid in a town in Northern California that didnt understand nor accept it. In 1983 there was no internet, there was no clothing stores that subscribed to my life style, just a few record stores and Punk Rock Venues in SF as well an underground music scene throughout the bay eara, overall to be different you really had to be different from the inside. By the time I was in 9th grade most of the preppy Jocks, stoners and rich kids would call me faggot on a regular basis and not kidding I got into a fight everyday of that year for just being who I was (1985-6)
    Man,I hear you on that one. I was a long haired white boy that was too straight for the stoners and cannon fodder for the jocks. I thank God for every ass kicking and knife in my back cause it made me who I am today.And your right about the ladies,Being different was reward in itself

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    Not exactly a moped, like some other respondents, but definitely tiny (and awesome). Friends and I have a grip of these, I think we had more of them than people for a while, but now it's down to one each. They're easily the most "bulletproof" bike I've ever had. And so much fun to ride.










    Orig pic of when I bought the now-nice red one, total POS, $175 with title. Girlfriend was not included:



    Best boot I've ever gotten:

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    its not as gnarly as the ones at the begining of this but its kool

    http://orangecounty.craigslist.org/mcy/2843472054.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by TemeculaTerry View Post
    RANT:
    When I was a kid I did my own thing and I got allot of shit for it. From my Mohawks, hanging with Vato's, wearing Ben Davies etc... I was the old school punk kid in a town in Northern California that didnt understand nor accept it. In 1983 there was no internet, there was no clothing stores that subscribed to my life style, just a few record stores and Punk Rock Venues in SF as well an underground music scene throughout the bay eara, overall to be different you really had to be different from the inside. By the time I was in 9th grade most of the preppy Jocks, stoners and rich kids would call me faggot on a regular basis and not kidding I got into a fight everyday of that year for just being who I was (1985-6)
    Where am I going, let me tell you. By doing my own thing I got more pussy than I could handle, from Punk Rock chicks, Cheer leaders, Preppy Chicks, Cholita's, pretty Chinese babes and New Wavers, I guess no matter how unpopular that I was I guess chicks digged it, maybe it was just because I didnt give a fuck but whatever I was doing worked! By the time everyone figured it out it was to late and I made my enemies and friends. Now that I am older I can see everything in a little different light, mostly when it comes to style and soul. Most and I do mean MOST people like to play dress up to fit in these days, do whats cool deemed by their fellow peers of what is cool and live the dream someone else dreamed up 20-30 years ago - this is what I call a Hipster. There is something to be said about the guy that marches to his own drum, mostly these days! but it doesnt happen much anymore even by those that claim so. Ive seen this with my own friends, even within this little chopper world world and before that in every little click that I was ever a part of or around throughout my years.
    So what Im trying to say, your going to get pussy or whatever you would like to call it from being yourself and if your getting it from playing dress up then I consider you a fucking kook and not any different from the sell out losers that I had to deal with in HS. Furthermore if you feel you have to put others down due to their choices or hobbies your just a fucking jackass that needs to check himself...
    To each his own but I hope its your own...
    RANT OVER....

    BTW - I wanted to start a schooter racing club here in town before my wife told me we were having another addition to the family, maybe next year I will do it! Those scooters are baddass and its so damned fun to jam around on those things, and thats what its all about FUN Good job guys!
    I know exactly what you mean Terry In high school I wore girls jeans and my hair was always fucking weird. I played in "Post-Hardcore" bands and it was kinda the uniform but definitely wasn't typical for someone living in Utah and Later in Wyoming. I was hanging with multiple girls most every night. As soon as i let my hair be its real color and started wearing man pants the chicks don't pay attention to me at all..I kinda miss it haha.


    I looked fuckin ridculous I know ( should have seen when my hair was really fucked up) but I got my balls played with more in a couple of weekends looking like that than I have at all ever since haha.

    Anyways back on topic. I'd own a moped if i found one cheap or someone gave one to me but for the price they're going for now you can seriously pick up a larger bike

    Puch Magnums are fuckin rad though!

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    Moped are awsome. Super fun.

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    Hugh's moped is rad. Was SHOCKED that it moved my 230 ass with the quickness

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    1st street bike was a Pugeot 49cc moped that was stroked and bored. Hauled ass with 2 up and that was 1983. It was freedom and thats how I like it....
    My second favorite moped was a fellow school mates mom

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    Closest thing I ever got to an actual moped was a shitty Honda a neighbor down the street had. They screwed up the magnito so I got it for free. It was my first bike, a trail 90, all the cool kids had fastasssombichi dirt bikes and I had a big fat turd, but I could ride mine on the street without the cops fuckin with me. Now after seeing a couple shining examples I wouldn't mind putting a couple together for farting around on. Maybe cut one up for my kid for when he's old enough. A couple of those are down right sexy for mopeds. I wanna be as cool as Rod Kimble one day.

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    Default not quite a moped, but...

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    I've had so much fun on z50s, Honda Expresses and pocket bikes. They cost nearly nothing, are easy to work on and can take a beating. My brother and found a place with a big concrete slab that had been finished. We went out there one day when it had been raining with a couple of beat up Honda Expresses and played flat trackers. It was alot of fun until we got run off.

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