All customizations are the expressed opinions and processes of the individuals who have made changes to the scoots, and do not in any manner, shape, or form, represent the views of the companies who make said articles, the views of the constructors (who in most cases will void warranties if you make changes to the scoot), or views of any other ESSCAPE members. ESSCAPE only posts customizations written by members as a part of a membership benefit. Thus, it should also be noted that for now, members wishing to post items must give me 7 days of lead time (given my travel schedule, lack of slumber, etc) to ensure proper postings. Content for reviews must be eMailed to me and contain all of the information found in each category below, including images.

Customization (and Restoration) Processes
Customized Description
EUROscoot
Info
Cost$ Incurred
Pilota Customizer
Contact Info
Image
Links
 
A brand spanking new Derbi GPR50 that was stripped and ripped before she was even given a chance to see the open roadways, as this one will be a track only scoot.
 
2003 Derbi
GPR50
(75cc)

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Don't ask quite yet, and perhaps he'll tell later
 
A brand spanking new Derbi GPR50 that will be both a road and track going scoot that shall scream like no other!!!
 
2003 Derbi
GPR50
(75cc)

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Don't ask quite yet, and perhaps he'll tell later
 
A rather EOM'd bike that came in as a hog and will go out as greyhound on fire (one would hope).
 
1998 Derbi
GPR50
(75cc)

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$300 MetraKit SP Pipe,
$130 Del Orto 21mm Carb
$35 aire filter
loads of parts shaved off,
and small incidentals added!
 
A scoot that came in as bag of engine parts with a rolling frame to the fast Rusty Nations, and will go out as a track prepped 75cc monster when it is all said and done.
 
2001 Aprilia
RS50
(50cc)

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Don't ask quite yet, and perhaps he'll tell later
 
A scoot that came in as bag of bolts to the fabled Andy Greene (of agSVRC fame) and shall go out as the fab Brit bike it once was in an era gone bye.
 
1967 BSA
500cc
Royal Star

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Don't ask quite yet, and perhaps he'll tell later
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