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Administrator 08-21-2009 10:48 AM

2010 Honda Elite Review
 

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2010 Honda Elite Review

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12er 08-21-2009 12:22 PM

Without a Hack Fu low side like video, I dont consider this a proper scooter review.

Kenneth_Moore 08-21-2009 12:57 PM

"Simultaneous application of both the drum brake arm and disc brake’s hydraulic piston is done via a mechanical crossover wire connected to the left hand lever for more balanced stopping power."

And then the cage slides down the pole and lands on the mouse.

Dr_Sprocket 08-21-2009 05:40 PM

Thank you, M.O., for keeping us informed about the scooter happenings! I was eagerly waiting the SH150i review. This was a entertaining review of an otherwise utilitarian ride.

The engine sounds a little underpowered for the roads I ride on, but if you live in a city...

mscuddy 08-21-2009 05:47 PM

Great stuff there Phonz. Scooterific. Scootified. El-Scoot-o.

Some of my best rides have been on scooters, you can go places where standard motorcycles would get impounded. You can drive on sidewalks, through supermarkets, Sears, pretty much anywhere, and everyone just goes "Oh isn't that cute" and smiles.

Dr_Sprocket 08-21-2009 05:54 PM

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Originally Posted by mscuddy (Post 222296)
Some of my best rides have been on scooters, you can go places where standard motorcycles would get impounded. You can drive on sidewalks, through supermarkets, Sears, pretty much anywhere, and everyone just goes "Oh isn't that cute" and smiles.

No doubt, Cuddy. Here where I live (at the beach), you can park a scooter free near the bicycle rack, but motorcycles require a metered parking space. Which reminds me. There was this parking attendant once that tried to enforce one vehicle per space rule, but that was asinine. Of course, it would have been cool to have about fifty bikes come down and take every parking space on the main street, leaving no room for cars! :D


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