Posts Tagged ‘Yamaha’

The Timeless Question of Where to Carry Your SFPD-Issued Nightstick / Attitude Adjuster – Oh, Here’s a Good Place!

Monday, February 3rd, 2014

How about in a tube above the front wheel, within easy reach of your right hand?

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So many perpetrators, so little time…

Yamahauling, Frisco-Style – Two-Stroke Yamahas from the 1970′s Will Never Die – A Cherry on Geary

Tuesday, January 21st, 2014

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Here’s What You Need: A Two-Wheeled Low-Rider “Limousine” from Japan – The Monstrous Yamaha Maxam 250 Scooter

Friday, September 13th, 2013

As seen in the Western Addition, in front of a soon-to-be-unaccredited JC:

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For the Tokyo hipter inside of you…

San Francisco’s Creme Brulee Cart is Powered by Delicious Gasoline: Chugga, Chugga, Chugga, Chugga, Chugga, Chugga…

Friday, January 21st, 2011

Never seen a Yamaha generator before.

What, it costs $1000 for one of these things? (In that case, I think I’d secure it with a bike chain on the mean Streets of San Francisco…)

Chugga, Chugga, Chugga, Chugga, Chugga, Chugga…

Somebody get this man an AC hook-up, stat.

The Groovy, Moped-Riding Police Officers of San Francisco’s Ocean Beach

Thursday, October 22nd, 2009

Remember the 1970′s? Well, I can’t claim ignorance of that particular decade, but nevertheless I was shocked upon first seeing this official SFPD photo of two of their officers zipping northward on official SFPD-issue mopeds.

See their nightsticks?  

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Zoom zoom.

Hey, maybe the Motor Division would like to trade in their Harleys and BMWs for something sassy like this sexy little Yamaha Riva, or something.

Wonder what the union would think of that?

San Francisco’s Balmy Weather Brings Out High-Heeled Scooter Riders

Sunday, April 13th, 2008

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Via the award-winning SFist.com, home of sexy photos such as nude women of the Bay to Breakers footrace and the San Francisco mayor /Jane Mansfield / Sophia Loren photo mashup.

High Heels are probably better than flip flops anyway.

Learn more about all things scooter at San Francisco Scooter Girls (and be sure not to miss out on the upcoming Scooter Rage XXII).