If you’re looking to take back your independence, look no further than the K-Pipe 125. Priced at just $1,999, the K-Pipe 125 is a remarkably economical and fuel efficient bike featuring a confidence-building seat height that puts feet flat on the ground. Designed for low maintenance, it uses a 125cc, air-cooled, SOHC engine coupled to a four-speed transmission that provides the kind of control expected of a larger displacement bike. An electric starter with a kick start backup completes a package that makes the K-Pipe 125 the perfect choice for either the entry level rider or the economy-minded veteran.
What has two cylinders, eight valves, seven hundred cubic centimeter powerplant and room to take Kareem Abdul-Jabar as a passenger?
The Kymco My Road 700, that’s what.
Slated for introduction late in 2013, this maxi maxi scooter is likely to be dubbed the “Xciting 700” for the American market. A test scooter has already been in the state of Colorado, where it was made available to the motorcycle media. Brian Nelson of MotorcycleDaily.com put the big scooter though its paces on the roads near Grand Junction and crafted a favorable piece about it. Click here for a the link.
Sportique is accepting deposits on this, the biggest of the big scooters, which we suspect will fetch a price between $7,000 and $8,000.
Sportique has just received its first shipment of the new 2013 Kymco Movie 150 scooters and we’re already predicting box office success for the Taiwanese-made mid-sized sport commuter...
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