30 July 2010
The Motocompo is a tiny folding scooter sold by Honda from 1981 to 1983. The minibike was introduced as a "Trunk Bike" to fit inside compact cars like the Honda Today and the then new Honda City; the City's baggage compartment was actually developed around the 49cc two-stroke Motocompo. The handlebars, seat, and foot-pegs fold into the scooter's rectangular plastic body to present a clean, box-shaped package of 118 × 24 x 54 cm, weighing 42 kilo's.
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Can-Am Qualifier & MX-3 advertisement, Canada, 1976
Canadien Bombardier produced Can-Am motorcycles from 1973 til 1987. They were provided with a special rotary intake system which gave the machines extra horsepower, but they did not achieve the same results with the poor suspension...
I love that striping on the tanks and fenders.