Is this how the speeder bike started out?

Mon, Oct 12, 2009


Minuses:  Uncomfortable, no storage space, poor fuel efficiency for a scooter, burns through rear tires.
Pluses:  Would stand a good chance of smokin’ a Porsche 911 Turbo in a drag race.

MCN, mostly known for Motorcycle News, couldn’t help themselves when they heard about this scooter of eeeeviiil.  The 2Evil is a custom tweaked dragster that sorta started life out as a Gilera with twin Malossi 86cc cylinders… you know, I don’t think that’s even an accurate way to describe this thing.  All I know is at the end of the day you’ve got one mean 172cc 2-stroker.  Lots more cool photos and a breakdown of the parts can be found on MCN.

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8 Responses to “Is this how the speeder bike started out?”

  1. GenWaylaid Says:

    That's gotta feel like being Superman.


  2. Tim Says:

    That's some amazing engineering.


  3. Casey Cook Says:

    Wowee! That looks like inspiration for "Jackhammer 2"!


  4. Anonymous Says:

    The Honda USA web site has been updated with the 2010 scoots.

    We already know the list:
    2009(?) 50cc Metropolitan
    2009(?) 50cc Ruckus
    2010 – 100cc Elite
    2010 – 150cc SH150
    2009(?) 600cc Silver Wing

    Must likely, the Metro and Ruckus will get replaced with a new 50cc model in 2012. Also, they still have a huge gap between the SH150 and SWing.

    - Dudel


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  6. bike Says:

    Wow! amazing !! very good engineering work..


  7. coolfreeshark Says:

    That is really cool but he better have some serious scooter insurance!


  8. Casey Cook Says:

    Insurance for a race bike?! for real?


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