He then went after the handling, to better tame the beast he’d built. He replaced the stock tires with Vee Rubber Sport shoes and replaced the grips, bars and clamp with NCY-goodness for a more comfortable feel and a better look. Rogan decided to keep the stock ride height so the rider can lay the bike down on sharp turns and hop over speed bumps without bottoming out.
When we last spoke with Rogan, he summed it all up for us;
What I made was a practical custom that is meant to be ridden while still looking as if it runs off robot blood.
Robot blood indeed, Mr. Rogan. Robot blood indeed.
Two years ago the world witnessed the first time a Scotsman, Brian, was allowed to ride a scooter. The scooter was on loan to Scotland from a museum in Norway. It was a Honda Spree.
It was mid-July, the coldest month of the Scottish winter, which they call Taigh-òsta. The feisty Scot didn’t let the freezing temperatures deter him from his first journey on what townsfolk had already dubbed a “horseless horse”; he simply borrowed the kilt of Abernethy the Giant, who was mayor at the time.
The roomier cut of Abernethy the Giant’s kilt meant Brian’s legs were warm and dry during his ride. While people may have initially questioned his fashion choices, Brian soon became a legend in the European scooter community, which had recently grown to over twenty members.
-Large hanging loop that fits over doorknobs and handlebars for drying and storage.
-Reflective piping and logo to help you be seen!
-Waterproof 420 denier nylon shell to keep your legs warm and dry.
-Comfy fleece backing helps keep the chill away.
-Easy-access pockets with magnetic closure.
-Waist belt extends from 29″ to 51″ to fit all types of riders, even Mark.