Remember the Luis Moto (website) custom Monster and motolady (you might remember Donkeys in the photo) back in April? I did some hunting and found out this bike was built by Luis for his girlfriend, Aurora. Stay tuned for some exclusive photos and a short interview with the awesome couple, comin’ soon!
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A bike that suits my tastes very nicely… the 250cc 1965 Parilla Wildcat Scrambler. This 1965 Parilla Wildcat was made specifically for the US off-road market, when Parilla was one of several small Italian motorcycle manufacturers that thrived producing small-displacement motorcycles. This one is in survivor condition, and a scrambler model not often seen any more. (From Throttle Yard) Original ebay posting with tons of photos »
Tables made of retired motorcycle parts! Seriously amazing designs by AJ Ralston, Ducati Master Tech at MotoCorsa… Tavolo Due, the one with all the connecting rods in a circle up top… oh man. I needs it. (More photos and info on motocorsa.com.)
The vehicle is constructed of inedible parts. Do not bite, suck, chew or swallow any part of the vehicle for any reason whatever. Originally Posted by Aprilia in the RS250 manual- section 9, part 16 (oh, those Italians)