Fun Suzuki scooter commercial from Japan!
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Best wishes for a speedy recovery to POC Renae after her scooter accident. Here's Phil Waters' post on the ScooterBBS.
Don't let a little chill in the air stop you from scootering! We just got in a shipment of high quality Tour Master gloves in all sizes. Perfect for those nippy morning commutes! Stop by the shop and pick up your pair today.
So many scooters, so little time to ride. It's been such a crazy summer with gas hitting $3 a gallon, we've barely had time to scoot ourselves!
Sorry to see our friends at Vespa Philadelphia closing it's doors. It's a tough business, and you had a great run. Thanks to the guys and gals that worked at Vespa Philadelphia, and played a major role in making Philly the scootering city it is today!
Congrats to Cannonballer Earl Erickson for a successful Cannonball 2006 run! So after 30,000+ km on his '02 Bet & Win 250, and nearing the end of his cross country run, the stator on Earl's scoot finally gave out somewhere before Cleveland. Ever resourceful, Earl carried a couple extra batteries and finished the Cannonball run. Earl then scooted down to Philadelphia Scooters to share stories of his epic journey and have his stator replaced, and get his scooter ready for the ride back to Denver!
Products you buy online may be illegal in the United States. That's the warning from the Texas Department of Transportation.
Originally posted on Scooterbbs.com
*Note: Same holds true for Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Caveat Emptor!
And again, why we don't sell "Internet" scooters from China...
Overheating? Bad metallurgy? Manufacturing defect? All we know is the exhaust valve broke, causing what you see above.