Happy Weekend Slow Kids!
I thought to myself that I should share this little comic a friend of mine sent me. It’s so great, especially for those of us that live in the Southwest United States.
Stay tuned for my engine rebuild series. I’ve got all the parts I need and I will be attempting to rebuild my LML 5-port engine over the coming weeks. With a little one and a full time job, there’s little time to devote to a new project, but I’m really itching to get the V running again. It’s going to be premier weather in no time.
Anyway, here’s the humor!
Happy New Year to all the Slow Kids out there!!
We hope you had a wonderful holiday season and that 2015 was kind to you. I’ve got some really great things lined up in the coming months for all of you, so please stay tuned!
In the meantime, check out this little Vespa I caught in the parking lot at my office yesterday in the rain.
Have a great day, and if you’re still out riding this winter, show us your ride in the comments! We’d love to see what you’re rolling.
OK… let’s try this AGAIN!!!
Up above you see a nifty little discovery: Another Kymco Agility 125!! This one was brand new with the temp plate still on the back of the bike.
It seems word is getting out that these bikes rock, although the new owner needs to learn to lock their steering column!
As for the lack of postings as of late, I do apologize. I recently made the upgrade to Windows 8, and while I’m loving the faster layout and the improved performance (went from a 1 minute 18 second boot up time to 16 seconds cold!), it seems developers are keen on seeing this platform die by making the CRAPPIEST apps in the world!! C’mon WordPress!!! Your web based publisher sucks horribly, and what passes for a Windows 8 desktop app is so limited, I can create more in depth posts on my PHONE! You can’t even edit from the new Windows 8 app, only post. And, the formatting options aren’t worth a damn either.
Very Disappoint, WordPress…. very. Guess the most widely used OS in the world isn’t hipster enough for you guys to actually make a decent app, huh?
(The opinions herein do not express the overall opinion of the Slow Kids Scooter Gang and are an editorial by the author. But, wordpress is sucking pretty hard right now, so there!)
I know, I know… it’s been quite a few days since the last “of the day” pic. I’m sorry!! I had this pesky thing called “work” and a bunch of plays needed lighting and sound built for ‘em. But, to make up for it, here’s a pristine example of a “modded” Lambretta in the 60’s style. About as much farkle as your brain can take before it implodes…
The best post wedding transport ever! I wish I could of done this, but when me and the Mrs. Trotsky (would that make her Frida Kahlo? Nevermind… art/history nerd joke) got married, we were so broke that I didn’t even have a scooter.
It was a happy but sad time to be sure… Happy to marry, but sad there was no kickass Stella like this to ferry us home.
(It’s ok: We actually got Jack-In-The-Box on the way home since we didn’t even get to enjoy the wedding food we were so busy. Fast food is always tricky on a scooter)
While some makers of original retro bikes are giving up and caving to the modern demands of everything for zero effort, Piaggio is introducing a bike made specifically for the modern scooter rider, the Fly.
Now I’ve always liked the Fly’s basic approach. I’m not a fan of the dealership tactics in the US that pretty much cost you 30 to 40 % on top of the MSRP just to buy one of their bikes. But the Fly is a bulletproof reliable automatic that I would encourage EVERYONE who is looking for a dead-stop reliable commuter bike to look into.
And, with the Fly being one of Piggaio’s top sellers, this new one should do well. So , what do you think of the new direction in styling. It’s a subtle difference, but definitely in the vein that Yamaha and Honda have started in Italy’s market.