a gang of six in Rungis France
the guy in the front kinda looks like paulvolio
nice pic. Thanks!
man you do a lot of diggin up rad old photos!
I think the guy up front with no helmet may be Chad B's dad?
lead bike bars kinda look like drop clubmans turned upside down.
Lead and second on the left both look like upside-down clubmans ^ like he said.
I have actually been at that corner! It is near the airport outside of Paris (Orly)
dave i thought for sure you were gonna say you was in that pic
coolest shit EVER
is there more info on these dudes? were the bikes fast? looks like they mean business.
so fucking cool.
Did you train in Paris Chef Dave?
No I was there for the Army..some NATO meeting a long time ago
i believe the lead is a TSM- peug forks, toptank, raised exhaust off to the left, and will triple confirm upside-down drop clubmans.
i like ....E.....
The one in back looks like a 103
totally looks like a TSM
that race moby gets my hearty seal of approval
there are so many fucking rad streets in paris. it would be a lot of fun to just ride around all over. you can rent scooters there but i didn't find any mopeds. if anyone knows some places to rent or has some friends that have mopeds let me know! toulouse has some really old pugs n mobys they rent. but it just wouldn't be the same.
What... no quiz, no prizes? ;-)
sorry PG...not this time
You don't find any moped riders in Paris or its surrounding.
Mopeds are long gone in the capital, replaced by scooter and 50cc 6 speeds trendier and more reliable if you're 14 years old with no motorcycle license yet.
You find more mopeds in the country side or close to big cities in the south because some kids don't have the budget to buy a scooter and don't have as many options. They tend to be a little behind the capital trends.
We're also starting to see older nostalgic guys rebuilding mopeds in the country.
But mopeds are not really a culture or a movement like they are in America.
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