Growing up, I was never really a motorcycle guy. I had never driven one, never contemplated owning one; I never even sat on one until I was 24 (stupid me). I always thought they were dangerous and the likelihood of owning a motorcycle with my parent’s approval was blasphemy.
No, a "naked moped" is not a deviant sexual practice (we checked Urban Dictionary). But actually riding a moped sans-clothing will get you kicked out of Cambodia for violating the country's "beautiful customs and culture".
I have absolutely no need for a moped. I have a motorcycle and I have a bike, and never the twain shall meet. Then I saw the Motoped and wanted one. And then I saw this ridiculously over-endowed backwoods version and needed one.
Over a year ago, we reported on a Craigslist ad for a used Grand Am that set a template for a huge number of copycat ads since: unicorns, grand claims of virility, vast life-quality improvement, and unmitigated beard growth. Now they're at it again, with a $50 scooter and the power of the human form.
A 17-year-old English teen's going to be riding a bus bench for six months after getting popped for speeding on his moped six times in one week. Five took place at the same time and place.
Auto mechanic Bobby Stags has created a tricycle outfitted with a gas engine in his effort to combat the rapidly rising cost of gas. What's it mean to his bottom line? How about 50 MPG fuel economy? Hmm, although CNN's team appeared besides themselves over this great invention, it doesn't sound quite so breaking to…
Tiny Japanese cars from the '70s and '80s are awesome, but can you really fit anything more than a small suitcase or a couple bento boxes in the back? Actually, yes. In fact, back in the '80s, Honda sold the City with a motorcycle in the rear hatch. How did it fit? It transformed!