'd be much better off with something like a cross-plane crank R1 or maybe a 1098.Still, the red-trousered spliff smoker must clear a good fifteen feet before he hits the grass. Good work German scooterists.
is a Lambretta Li 150 Series 3 scooter, originally dating from 1967. It is currently owned by dealer Allstyles from Portsmouth.Bonham's estimate that the scooter will fetch between £20,000 and £25,000. The auction is being hosted at the Knightsbridge
in November this year and that they will be on sale in 2012.The chances are that the two scooters will be closely related to the Concept C, just as the two versions of the new K1600 are virtually identical, under the skin, to the Concept 6 revealed in 2009
Watch this smartly dressed, qualified pilot demonstrate the revolutionary contraption that was the Hover Scooter.
WORD from Germany is that BMW's forthcoming big scooters – due to be launched in November and go on sale next year – have been spotted out on the roads near the firm's Munich factory.Although no pictures have emerged yet, don't be surprised
has been designed with economy in mind and as such returns a superb fuel consumption of 50.2km/l* (140mpg) from its 110cc four-stroke engine with PGM-FI fuel injection engine with electric start.And at just 102kg, this scooter is nimble with confident
single-cylinder, 4-stroke, 4v, 125cc engine. It is equipped with electronic injection and makes 15bhp at 9,250rpm – the maximum legal limit for a learner.The SR Max 300 is equipped with a single cylinder, 4v, liquid cooled, electronically-injected 278cc
between a motorcycle and a scooter. Which is pretty much exactly what it claimed for the 2005 E4-01 concept and the 2003 Griffon concept, not to mention the DN-01.Time will tell which solution is going to be the biggest hit, and whether the traditional
BMW have unveiled two new scooters, the C600 Sport and C600GT.Both scooters are powered by a 647cc parallel-twin engine producing 60bhp at 7,000rpm. The engine is slanted forward at 70-degrees in order to maintain a low centre of gravity. The frame
of Europe, Italy especially. Now here's the interesting bit. Honda launched the bike in Sicily and we were told that 30,000 of the machines would probably make their way to that country in 2007. Next up will be Spain, with perhaps around 10,000 earmarked
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