Author unknown, not entirely sure if this represents the general Honda demographic! ;-)
By Roth(?), made in 1965. No further history known.
I just bought a new hard drive for my storage server as one drive (and most important one, the parity drive) was getting old. How old? Well, it's been spinning since april 2014. So yeah, it's about time to have a drive ready before the current one croaks. This storage server literally holds all my not yet published data that I have acquired over the years and it would be a shame if that got lost.
All this is possible because of your donations and
I'd like to thank everyone who sent some money to the tipjar! <3
Double-Duty Trials Bike Can Serve in City, Too
An updated trials bike built for on- and off-road cycling! This Honda Lightweight TL125 packs an energy quick 8bhp, OHC four-stroke single cylinder engine and a five-speed constant-mesh gearbox to propel you with great ease over back country trails or along the most modern of highways.
With a twist of your wrist the high-torque 124cc air-cooled engine delivers up to 8,000 rpm, providing plenty of acceleration thrust. A wet multi-plate clutch system insures fast, fluid shifting. And his durable dynamo scales hills up to 32 degrees in steepness. It'll go where you want. Turns at angles of up to 150 degrees.
Swift and sure-footed this scrambler pits outstanding performance alongside excellent economy. You can count on it, no matter how rugged the conditions.
It's right at home in the city, too. It comes equipped with front and rear lighting systems, a flashing red brake light, yellow blinking turn-signals, two rear-view mirrors and a bright-faced, easy-to-read speedometer.
Ready to go? A kick of the starter and the throaty rumble of power is your invitation to ride. Sit down on the comfortable, contoured seat. This one's on Honda.
Was about to scan a book and then I realised that I've seen this book already in my library. And it is indeed the same book, with the exact same contents but a slightly different cover :)
Let it be clear that my website is a hobby. And that I do not always have time to get your issue solved or your question answered. It's in the hecking FAQ even that one has to scroll through to reach the contact form.
I will not be bullied or yelled at.
Both mentioned email addresses were fully registered and activated and this person has indeed downloaded files after yelling at me. Yet he failed to mention that himself. Go vent your frustration somewhere else.
The following list is a declaration of donations sent to charities as described here.
Source - Dest. - $
Trade - Save A Fox - $10