The Vespa GTS 300 is a super comfortable, extremely quick scooter that has all the bells and whistles. It's fuel injected, comes with front and rear disc brakes, can handle the highway with two people and comes with a removable topbox for extra storage. It has extremely low miles for being 4 years old and has many more to go. This is the kind of scooter you will enjoy in the city and then take to the mountains for a weekend adventure. Want to go to Rocky Mountain National Park or just a Rockies game? Done and done
1964 Vespa 90 w/ Primivera engine, Malossi 136cc 4 speed, PM pipe, 19mm carb.
Fast, fun and ready. It has a Colorado title.
Introducing the Hooligan, Genuine's most rugged, exhilarating and versatile scooter yet. Designed to dominate in the 200cc and under class, the Hooligan packs a mean punch.
With its long wheel base, dual rear suspension and dual disc brakes, Hooligan is among the most powerful rides in its class. Loaded with extras, the Hooligan is equipped with a projector headlight, alloy rims, a digital speedometer, a large two person seat and plenty of storage capacity. This powerful 170 fuel injected scooter will bring out your inner Hooligan.
Filled with personality and performance, the Buddy 125 comes in Genuine's signature bright colors and has a bigger engine for a more powerful ride. Glide through busy traffic with ease, climb the steepest hills and take long weekend cruises.
All used scooters come with a 90 Day Warranty
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.
It's hard to improve upon something as great as the Roughhouse, but we did! This Roughhouse comes loaded with upgrades that will get your heart going!
The Aprilia SR50 is one of, if not the most, advanced 50cc scooters on the market. It's fuel injected, liquid cooled, has front and rear disc brakes and uses way less two stroke oil than any other machine. It's also the fastest - reaching 50+ mph as a stock machine. This one has an upgraded exhaust as well as some other performace features.
This is a sweet sportbike looking scooter and it sure turns heads.
The 2006 Honda Helix 250 is a pretty rad scooter. It is fully highway capable, it's comfortable, has awesome storage capacity, is liquid cooled and is basically like driving a couch. This is a much bigger scooter than most but it's also very low to the ground.
The first day of winter isn't until the 21st of December. With that said, we've had some extremely chilly days and evenings that sure have felt as if winter was already upon us. Denver experienced a tremendous autumn and riding hasn't quite yet stopped for a lot of people. However, for those who don't like braving the cold via two wheels all year round, there are some things you want to do for your machine before you putting it away in the garage for the next 3-4 months. Every Spring we see a lot of scooters coming in with what we call, "Sitting Disease". It happens to the best of us - you're riding your scooter one day but the snow hits the next. You have plans to take it out on the next nice day, but then seemingly out of nowhere, a few months go by and you've done nothing with the dusty scooter in the garage. Now the battery is dead, the carburetor is gummed up and the machine won't start. A new battery can cost between $40-$70+ and a fuel system flush can be $135.
A couple of things that can save you from said hassle is investing in a battery charger, like the Battery Tender Jr.
Unlike a lot of battery chargers, this one charges and maintains your battery so you never have to worry about it. Most of the trickle chargers are meant to be on for no more than a couple of hours or damage can occur. A lot of people also only like to charge the battery once it's dead, and if you're going to do that - you might as well only put gas in your scooter once it dies on the side of the road.) It's all preventative maintenance, if you catch my drift.
The other thing you'll need to do is keep a fuel stabilizer in your gas tank. We recommend Star Tron or Sta-Bil, which are both under $10 and each bottle will last you for hundreds of miles or keep on your shelf for years. Gas starts to go bad within a few weeks, and it's always evaporating. These two things combined will gunk up any motor, especially in small engines such as the one in your scooter. Keeping an additive in your fuel will keep the fuel fresh for up to two years and prevents hard starting and build ups. Adding a fuel stabilizer will help keep the carburetor clean and make sure your bike starts up and runs smoothly whenever you decide to take it out for Spring or just a spin around the block!
We hope this information provides you with a bit more insight and information on how to avoid poor running scooters and costly repairs.
As always, if you ever have any questions about this or other topics, feel free to call us at any time!
The 4 speed manual Stella 2 Stroke is still a favorite among many scooter enthusiasts. It's quick, retro and fun. It's a fast 150 because of the two-stroke engine, which is oil injected and not on a pre-mix.
This consigned pink beast is sure to turn heads - it was only offered for a short time, so it's a bit of a coveted color. It has a nice rear rack with a top case already installed as well.
All used scooters have a three month warranty