My new baby blue Scout was shipped out last Friday. Once here it should be the first one in Maine. Very much looking forward to it. In an older post I mentioned the 1982 Honda C70 Passport I owned. The Scout is a replica of that bike but instead of a [...]
Looks like Honda is sneaking in a new model this year. Called the PCX this scooter is powered by a liquid cooled 125 cc single cylinder and has a variator belt drive. It’s attractively styled and promises good performance for it’s size. Reports are it’s main claim to fame is rider [...]
Introduced last year as a 2010 model the new Honda Elite is a niche scooter. Smaller in displacement than most of it’s competitors the Elite does offer some decent features for the price. It sports a liquid cooled, fuel injected, 108 cc mill, linked brakes, and a huge storage compartment under the seat. [...]
As I mentioned a while back I sold my 82 honda Passport so I am currently scootless. I have placed the order and sent a check for my new Fly Scooters Scout but it is literally on a slow boat from China. Rough arrival time here in Maine is the first week of [...]
First introduced in the US in 1986 the Honda Helix was definitely a show stopper. It looked like something straight out of “Star Wars”. In the rest of the world it was know as the Fusion or Spazio.
Powered by a 244 cc engine the Helix can claim status as the granddaddy of all [...]
Built from 1981-1983 The Honda Motocompo was a folding bike designed to fit in the trunk of such cars as the Honda City and Honda Today (which at that time were new models). Sadly sales were not what Honda had hoped and the little Motocompo was dropped after only two short years. They [...]
So what’s the author riding these days? Well here she is. No posing or compensating for any anatomical shortfalls here. Meet a member of the most popular model motorcycle (and vehicle for that matter) of all time. My 1982 Honda C70 Passport.
70 cc of raw power. Clutchless 3-spd transmission. [...]