Moped Columbus Ohio
Dan Kastner! of 1977 Mopeds fame and a member of the infamous bathroom burnout gang just inked a deal to take over sales for the largest and oldest inventory of moped parts in the country. Housed in Columbus, Ohio, the Handybikes collection represents the old 1970s model of parts distribution, storing them haphazardly in a dark warehouse. Dan Kastner! is tasked with cataloging this huge mess of over 12, 000 individual parts, then modernizing its distribution with an online inventory. His goal? A 24-hour turnaround time for all orders. Look at these pictures and feel sorry for Dan, but not for too long, this deal makes 1977 the largest moped parts distributor in the world.
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Insurance on a moped less than 50 CCs2005-05-20 11:23:18 by AwesomeAdam
Could anyone tell me what the laws for insuring a moped of less than 50 CCs are in IL? I have been looking through the Illinois Vehicle Code on the Illinois General Assembly website and I cannot find this info.
I have been told that all mopeds need to be insured.
I have a 1984 Di Blasi folding motorbike that no company will insure and I want to ride it really bad.
Swap meet a featured event at Mid-Ohio's Vintage Motorcycle Days — Mansfield News Journal
Tanks, wheels, seats, engine parts, fairings and accessories can all be found at the swap meet, including motorcycles, scooters, mopeds and minibikes. Books, manuals, helmets, leathers and memorabilia are also staples of the event.