Not the best pic but just stumbled across this photo of a nice little smallie I spotted in Paris when my band played a gig there a couple of years ago. The French lad it belonged to was sat on some steps over the road and came over to say hello.
I know the Mods are busy chaps but is there any chance this board could be tidied a bit? There a lot of posts that no longer have pictures attached, I reckon you could half the number of pages now and make browsing much more enjoyable.
We don't own this planet, we are only borrowing it from our children. How would you like to give it back to them?
Thanks guys.. I may put the proper fender on if/when I tire of the hugger.. I just don't want it to sit too high.. so I'm mulling over ideas on alternate mounting methods.
Thanks w/ your help brainstorming on shock ideas Steve.. it turns out that I could actually get a shock like the BGM, raise the top mount and I don't think the fender will hit the fork.. it's not even close as it is.. so maybe down the road I'll swap shocks and lower the front a bit.
as i said on facebooger when i saw this , very nice ,good to see some original thoughts put into a project an carried out well .definitively not another scooter designed by the "committee" on facebooger an ruled by the "fashion-police" . i think i would put a muddy on ,not a fan of huggers myself ,but might be a shame to hide the shock as its so pretty . H
if its got wheels n makes a noise i wanna play with it,skateboards included coz "skate punks rule".
Thanks davet.. and thanks henri... the paint is pretty gross in person.. it's brushed on and splattered on.. nothing fancy.. just paint from hardware and art store thrown over grey primer coat. I'm hoping it'll get better some distress and age.
Thanks Scudd.. I'm already thinking of ways to mount the fender I have so it doesn't sit so high on the conversion fork.. a friend on FB is doing a low mounted fender.. I'm watching his progress for ideas.