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Before saddling up and heading out for an afternoon cruise on the Peugeot Django 150, my feelings towards Scooters were apprehensive. Honestly, this segment of motorcycling never really stood out to me, yet admittedly this changed during the brief time spent riding on Peugeot’s Django 150.

Is the hype around Bluetooth intercoms all that exciting? Well over the past couple of weeks, I’ve been testing out the new Cardo Freecom 1+, during my daily commutes and weekend rides. The truth is, I can’t imagine jumping back on a bike without one of these handy devices strapped to my helmet.  

Originally hitting Honda dealerships in the 1960s, the Honda Monkey stole the hearts of many biking enthusiasts. Over the decades, the Monkey has seen massive evolutions, yet has always stayed true to what the bike was originally manufactured for. Affordable street enjoyment.

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