Guess who just got a motorbike?

Me :p
No seriously, at the food pantry/ thrift store I volunteer at, someone donated a fairly good condition Whizzer Pacemaker II, Midnight Blue. I bought it. It isn't yet registered for road legal, but that's ok because I haven't got my car or bike license so I'll call it a scooter for now. Anyways IT IS AWESOME, just a few paint dings, slightly rusty chrome, broken/missing turn signals and I haven't gotten it to run yet BUT I'M WORKING ON THAT... So anyways, here's some pics:

148cc engine, awesome retro looks....

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Flumpkins8 years ago
Cool! But I still can't guess who's it is :*(
KentsOkay (author)  Flumpkins8 years ago
*facedesk*
LOL jk
Goodhart9 years ago
That is definitely MUCH cooler then those bulky putt-putt Mopeds they use around our city. It looks light enough that you COULD actually pedal it (most of the mopeds I've seen, the pedals are for assisting the motor on some hills with pedaling).
KentsOkay (author)  Goodhart9 years ago
ON the pedaling note, ye gads! This thing is 96 pounds, I think I'll let the engine get me up hills.... But you've got a valid point, most mopeds look so.. whimpy and nerdy...
But you've got a valid point, most mopeds look so.. whimpy and nerdy...

And sound like a sports fan giving a raspberry as they "motor" along LOL
KentsOkay (author)  Goodhart9 years ago
Yee gods I hope mine doesnt sound like that....
Do you know the engine displacement size? It looks like about a 3 hp engine. . .
KentsOkay (author)  Goodhart9 years ago
148cc, 4 stroke, 3hp
Ok, that gives me a bit of a reference :-) I have ridden a Honda 100 in the past. It was just bigger then a scooter, and classed just barely a motor cycle, in my area. I had a little get up and go for it's size (it was a 5 speed).
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