My scootin' life and awesome adventures riding the back roads of southern Ohio.
I'm not familiar with that brand. You're going to have to educate me. Nice looking scoot though. :)
Really? Well, read here:http://www.genuinescooters.com/?gclid=CLuVxNWIxLsCFepaMgod2TwAUgChicago based company importing the Taiwanese PGO scooter to the USA.Quickly becoming a leader in top choice for a super scooter at reasonable cost. Also check out my link to the left, "Modern Buddy". Great group of folks.
WooHoo - Happy Scooter Day to you!! Hubby was just asking me if you'd gotten it yet.Sure hope that rain breaks you can at least take it around the block a few times.
I did get to take it for a spin a few times. I put the lower seat on it today and that totally changed the "feel" of it for me. Fits me like a glove now whereas it felt pretty "big" compared to the Met.Scoot wants to GO! Raised up an inch when I gave it the juice. Guess I've got to tone down my "enthusiasm"! LOL
Deb,Now that's what I call being good for Santa!! Very nicely done. Angie will have all sorts of tips, should you need them. I was so happy (and impressed) with my Genuine; I'm sure you'll have many happy miles.Merry Christmas!
I read about your rides on a pink Buddy around your back roads. Reading those posts solidified my choice that this machine would serve me for the purposes for which I selected it!I "know of" Angie. Haven't met her formally. Reading about her experience with the Buddy model also was an influence to me into looking more closely at them. I think I may meet up with her someday on a ride or outing in the area. Time will tell!
Deb:Congrats on your early Christmas gift to yourself. I heard good things about that scooter but they don't sell them in CanadaI know you can't wait for Spring, in the meantimehave a Merry ChristmasbobRiding the Wet Coast
I did not know they weren't sold in Canada. Interesting. They are a PGO scooter in Taiwan. Sunday is supposed to be sunny and 40s...hmmm, maybe a ride?Yea, we all want springtime don't we? LOL
Woot!!! Skootamama! Enjoy your scoot!!!! Happy Holidays Deb!
Thanks! I had it down to 4 scoots and this one won out tops. Never thought I'd get this particular model, but one came up for sale locally. I am amazed and so thrilled. I will eventually do a "ride report" on her attributes...
I think this is a terrific scooter.It's solidly built, there is a windshield that is just the right size, and it has a telescopic front fork, same as a large motorcycle. The 10 inch wheels make it very maneuverable and easy to handle. And I'm glad you got the 125 cc. It can easily cruise at 50 mph. You'll be able to take it anywhere and everywhere except on Interstates. You've got a great little scooter there. And miles and smiles ahead of you!David Reese
Thanks David! I feel the same way. It seemed to be the perfect compromise between the short hop to the grocery scoot and the back road cruiser that can go 60+. And the interstate is not the place for me in the car and certainly not on a two wheeler. It also has enhanced suspension front and back and wider tires for rougher back road capability. The best part for me is the "low profile" seat which allows me to flat foot it. This was one of the strongest selling points of this scoot over the Zuma 125 or Honda PCX. It "fits" me! Just what I also loved about the Met and Ruckus..Not saying I won't add another Ruckus to my garage some time....
I look forward to hearing of your rides on your new scooter as soon as us scooter-riders get past this darn winter.David Reese