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Discussion in 'Multimedia' at netrider.net.au started by grange, Jun 6, 2011.
A look at the London scooter scene from 1962....
nice video, cheers for posting
...Ha,ha,ha!!... love the bit with the dual controls... dude in a suit sitting behind lady with a scarf on her head!! (assuming to keep her hair in place!!)....
what a blast from the past my uncle gave me his old lambretta when I was 8 was a bit of a project we rebuilt it (well i past him the tools)
Lol!! I like the rigorous testing they put them through. Is there anything that couldn't be done wearing in a suit back then?
And how many of today's bikes and scoots would actually pass
the rigorous testing that they did on those scoots.
Bring in dual handlebars for all lams bikes, now that would be a hoot....
If we are talking scooters and entry level bikes I would highly doubt it, but I'd like to think that the big name bikes are tested for their intended purpose (track, dirt, enduro, tourer etc) quite a bit, I don't think they're reliable by accident.