Touring Scooter Reviews
Although most of us think of scooters as little small-wheeled city runabouts, the recent trend is the emergence of the maxi-scooter. It’s now not unusual to see 250cc scooters that can keep up with freeway traffic, and riders can also choose from 400cc, 500cc and 650cc scooters that are nearly as capable as a full-blown motorcycle. Plus, like all scooters, they feature enclosed bodywork and large amounts of storage space.
Piaggio’s three-wheeled MP3 has been one of the most distinctive motor vehicles of the past decade.
We pit a trio of motorcycles, none of which is equipped with a clutch lever, against each other for a no-shift shootout.
The BMW C600 Sport redefines what we expect and what is possible with a scooter.
Laugh if you want, but when it comes to practical, comfortable and fun two-wheeled transportation, scooters hit the mark.
The MyRoad 700i’s 700cc parallel-Twin engine is 200cc larger than anything Kymco has ever mounted in a two-wheeler.
It’s not often you’ll hear us say we were blown away by a scooter, but one model did just that and earned our 2013 Scooter of the Year award.
“Wow.” I caught myself uttering that exclamation numerous times over the last few days. Bemused or befuddled, the 2013 Suzuki Burgman 650 ABS sure