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One of the nice goodies I brought from Tokyo Parts.


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New Guest Member "Nava"



Please welcome "Nava" as our regular guest member from Thailand.
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Zoomer Tree



Nava from Thailand posted a new trip photo-documentary with some great pictures of his Zoomer
out in the nature. I wonder if this giant blooming tree is a Sakura tree?





What the heck is in that plastic bag? Looks like a fruit.

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Love Colors



Phaholpol from Minibikesociety.com Thailand sent us these 2 colorful Zoomers. Thanks!

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Suzuki Epo (1979)



Today I came across another cool japanese minibike which I've never seen so far.
Learn more about the Suzuki Epo (PV50) here.

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Muji Kids Bike



This might be a little bit off topic but look at this great and simple design japanese kids can get from Muji.
The price is more than reasonable (about 40.– US$). I'm sure to order one for my son.

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Zoomer in the wild



More pictures we've got from the Thai Zoomer "Nava Boontima" in the wild!





Looks like they have a lot of fun in Thailand's beautiful nature.
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Moto-Champ



Japan's monthly Moto-Champ Magzine (Issue 2008 April) for Mini-bikes.
Cover and Interview with cover babe "Asami"
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A Thai Zoomer



Pictures we've got from the Zoomer Rider "Nava Boontima" from Chiang Mai, Thailand. Thank you!



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Tokyo Parts Visit 08



Southtek from Tokyoscooter.com, Sekizawa-san (Mr. Tokyo Parts) and me in front of Tokyo Parts.
By the way Southtek is a real friendly person teaching english and lives in Tokyo.
If you really look out for some rare parts for your Zoomer/Ruckus, check out his website Tokyoscooter.com.
He's the man who makes your dream come true! (Please read his FAQ first).
Thanks for the oishi Sushi Dinner Jon!


The shop is packed as always. This time they are taking over a Suzuki Choinori (photo above on the left)
and a Yamaha Vox (photo below on the right).

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