LINDA’S FIRST BIKE

The Mrs. had always wanted her own set of wheels since I got mine a couple of years ago here in Turkey, however it had to be pink, it didnt matter what make or model or anything, just pink!

For some reason pink isn’t a popular colour and it took me a good few months of searching to find her something, if she’d wanted black or silver she could have had a bike the same day she said she wanted one.

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I found her a 125cc scooter, brand new from the showroom for about 500 quid including paperwork.

After much searching, finally found a pink scooter for Linda.

 

She also found a helmet for lady riders.

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So we’ve got the bike, got the helmet, only one thing left to do, run up to the hills around the edge of town and pose for pretty pictures.

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Took them up towards the mountains for some pretty photos.

It’s one of the many pretty spots to bring the bikes for photo’s.

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Her scooter soon had a name, “Little pembe” it means pink in Turkish.

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I never miss an opportunity to get a few pics of mine, a Chinese copy of a Yamaha Virago.

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~ by travelswithmymotorbike on September 6, 2007.

4 Responses to “LINDA’S FIRST BIKE”

  1. I did wonder on the origins of the famous pink scooter, now I know!…Nice pics up theres on the hills.

  2. Nothing for years and now half a dozen at once, keep it up I liked your pics and unique view of things. Owen

    • Hi Owen,

      Thanks, I’ll be keeping up the posting at about 1 per day for the next couple weeks, found lots of stories and pics in the portable hard drive.

      Cheers,

      Dave…

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