Tag Archive | "Custom"

MadAss makes the halfway mark

Monday, October 5, 2009


Just in case you haven’t been following along, here’s the update on the coast-to-coast MadAss journey. Phil & James have just past the halfway mark; that’s about 1600 miles since they started just 4 days ago. The Dr. MadAss crew have braved frosty temps and high altitudes to make it this far, they really deserve […]

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The MotoTank

Sunday, June 28, 2009


In keeping with the two scoots but one ass direction that Steve started exploring I give you the MotoTank: This is what happens when you weld together two 150cc liquid cooled scooters and set it up for tank style steering. Follow this link for more photos and information on the build.

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Friday Moment of Zen

Friday, June 26, 2009


Believe it or not, this is a mid-80s Honda Aero 50 scooter: It started out looking something like this:

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WTF of the week – The 50 mpg car… I think.

Thursday, June 25, 2009


(Love scooter so much that you wish you could ride two at a time?  PROJECT!) Ilya V. shot me an IM tonight with a bit-o-Russian ingenuity that easily garners this weeks WTF award.  What we have here is a formula to convert two 100 mpg scooters into one 50 mpg car, or quad.  Why would […]

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Speaking of "Posties"…

Wednesday, June 24, 2009


(Oh!  You ride a Postie?  I’ve got a special delivery for you my dear.) I like work-themed bikes.  I’ve always said if I got my hands on a Big Ruckus, I’d turn it into a military messenger bike.  Well, if I got my hands on a cub, I would undoubedly spend untold hours and dollars […]

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The Moonbeam

Monday, June 22, 2009


The Scooter Scoop is about “Scooter and Microcar News, Reviews, Commentary and the Celebration of Wheeled Oddities.” Then truly I have found the Scooter Scoop Holy Grailâ„¢ – The Moonbeam: The Moonbeam is a microcar made from two scooters and certainly a wheeled oddity. The Moonbeam was created by Jory Squibb for a measly $2500 […]

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