Little did Honda knew that one of their 125cc scooters will end up a tool for washing dog filth off the streets of London, but this picture says it all. GB imported the Honda street washing machine from France; it seems that the idea of such a utility vehicle was first put into practice back in the Eighties in Paris.
A water vacuum system and a 25-litre box set it apart from its standard siblings, but also the £12,000 ($19,981) price. Just make sure you don’t confuse it with a pizza bike because that can kill your appetite.
Some Nazi took Hitler’s VFR and crashed it. The Fuhrer was already planning on buying another one when he was announced that his crew of Nazis took the liberty to buy him a BMW GS. We can’t reproduce the rest, but you’re invited to watch the video. Try not to feel guilty for anything…that’s how well the video is made.
Most riders are pissed when their life partners shorten their two-wheeled adventures and the usual reply is “you should try it and then we’ll talk about it”. Fair enough. The women in this video did and with a starters dirt bike, but the ride wasn’t less risky at all.
Notice that guy laughing like he’s got something on his mind? Yes, I think so too.
For those who have all against motorcycle trailers (or not enough money to buy one), this picture shows the ideal solution to a biker’s riding needs during the holydays. The funny part is that the small car is a 1990s Honda CRX powered by a 1.6 litre VTEC four-cylinder engine. This develops 125 horsepower and carries the 150 horsepower Honda CBR929RR Fireblade from the starting of the new millennium.
That’s an ingenious strapping system he has there! I salute this kind of people!
When the lion is out to get your zebra neck, you’d better jump on the first Honda CBR929RR Fireblade and make your escape into the savanna. Better watch out for the threes as you don’t want to alert the leopard. In that case, you’ll be in for some stiff competition and you know how great the stake is. Actually, you’re the stake!