Latest review: In my previous review I was complaining : Engine braking Power/ gear change when slowing down. After visiting a Forum Burgman 650 I came across " Throttle Tamer ".Installed it today and it works
Latest review: travelled at 35klms per hour with faultless performance plenty of storage at the rear with a large topbox and under the seat storage great for work gear to be carried to and from. the battery range
Latest review: Just bought this scooter few weeks ago !
I love the look and having a scooter is so practical.
It rides well on average and slow path, but on the freeway around 80km/h it feels very unstable, not
Latest review: It's so original and practical in so many ways. It has no real starter motor, it electronically starts using magnets, which makes for silent starting. The Idel stop feature is kind of interesting
Latest review: I bought a used scooter, 2013. making 35km/L, with just $5 you fill the tank. Incredible! Best scooter ever!! Don't make that crazy noise because it's 4 strokes! I'm very have with this scooter. And
Latest review: I bought this because I assumed it would be fast enough on 80km/h roads because it has a 100cc motor. It's top speed is 75km/h and that's with a tailwind. Pretty much anything over 60km/h is a bonus
Latest review: Bought a Piaggio aaTyphoon 50 brand new from Sunstate motorcycles about 28th November 2018. Broke down several times and had to wait ages to restart after several brake downs bike was collected and
Latest review: Great when fully charged loses speed gradually it slows down when you ride over 35 km in distance but I have a charger with me all the time and when stop for coffee or something to eat plug it in if
Latest review: 50cc - Its cheap to run, Can be road registered, apparently can be ridden by learner drivers, Has side mirrors, digital taco, Indicators, Lights, Horn, Seats 2 people. Very reliable & cheap vehicle.
Latest review: Had my 2014 SR MT 50 for most of 2015, gotta say it was flawless. I had a performance exhaust, 19mm Dell'Orto carby and heavy clutch springs fitted by The Scooter Shop from new. Went all day every
Latest review: Very happy with my purchase. I bought it with 4500 km on it. 2016 Model. It is really a Sports scooter and looks like a motorbike. Mine does not have a high wind shield .Handles very good and
Latest review: OK so it's not a Vespa, but for scooter riders who can't afford the "real thing" the Daelim Besbi does very nicely, thank you. A smooth reliable 125 engine with enough grunt to easily keep up with
Latest review: I have just purchased my 2017 Tmax after a test ride and it is excellent. Went for a ride around Mt Tambourine SE Qld on Saturday, just awesome on the winding roads and hills plenty of power. My
Latest review: I've had 2 consecutive Fonzarelli's for almost 4 years.. it's an amazingly quiet ride with high torque to beat many at the lights. I'm now on a S1 and after test riding the Z1 recently, I'm tempted
Latest review: I have owned this scooter for just over a year. It is a fantastic scooter. Fast, reliable and cheap to run. It has a 9 litre petrol tank. Petrol lasts forever. I have extensive experiences with
Latest review: Have only put just over 200 km on the clock since purchasing the bike new and what a surprise I got. It handles like a dream with plenty of grunt for a 125cc. The Korean made B-Bone has a beautiful
Latest review: The bike is just so good, good range, easy to ride, simple to re charge, very good brakes the bike is nice to ride seller was very helpful and easy to deal with offering good service and offering a
Latest review: I don't know what makes a machine sporty - maybe a few stripes! apart from that I have been very satisfied with the SYM. The reason that I chose it were the height of the seat, rear disc break;
Latest review: I have had the Luggie Elite scooter for approx 2 years.It weighs around 27 kgs with the battery and folds up about the size of a small suitcase.Fantastic at airports.Can ride down to gate ,remove
Latest review: I was looking for something that easy to handle, stylish, cheap to run and reliable. I've done very thorough research and PCX150 has ticked all boxes.
PCX has a fully automatic continuously variable