I’ve been trying to find a home for Tomos for quite a while now. Tomos is a moped, originally bought for our son to ride to school when he was sixteen. It’s an AT50, built in Austria in 1991.
Although, like all mopeds, Tomos has extremely modest performance, I think it’s rather a handsome machine. It seems to have been styled along the lines of the Kawasaki motorcycles of the era. It has proper motorcycle controls, just a bit smaller.
One of our nephews has taken to motorcycling, and has a “twist and go” scooter, which he loves. So he’s going to give Tomos a new home, and keep it as a classic bike.
I’m afraid that Tomos has been ignored for several years at the back of one of our sheds. It’s survived the experience relatively unscathed, with just a bit of rust on the brake-lines. A bit of a service, and it’ll be good to go! It has only 1100 miles on the clock. When we bought the bike it was unused. The original owner had bought it to preserve a cherished number plate, and hadn’t actually ridden it.