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|10-28-2015, 08:00 AM||#1|
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The Suzuki Feel Free Go
Part motorcycle part bicycle
THIS is the Suzuki Feel Free Go!, which is on display on Suzuki’s stand at the Tokyo Motor Show.
It's part motorcycle, part bicycle, like a 21st century Puch Maxi that’s had its pedals nicked during an attack by some yoofs armed with pink and white paint. It’s certainly… challenging.
It’s powered by a 49cc, oil-cooled four-stroke single-cylinder, SOHC two-valve engine and weighs a claimed 65kgs.
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