Motorcycle info about licenses, trikes, sidecars, scooters and more!
» John Clay has written 130 posts
The Piaggio MP3 manages to combine the riding experience of a motorcycle with the stability and convenience of a trike. It looks a little different than other maxi-scooters because of the unusual pair of wheels up front, but don’t let that fool you into thinking it isn’t fun to ride!
Over and over, day after day, that moped scooter sound and music started to get on my nerves. Even my kids were saying, oh no, here he comes again! I don’t know where we rode off to to replenish his stock, but that cooler seemed like a bottomless pit of ice cream bars. I give him a lot of credit though, that scooter cost him practically nothing to run, was easy to place where ever he wanted to set up, and was very kid-friendly.
Salsbury scooters, unlike most other motorcycles and scooters of that time period, eventually had foot-operated controls and maxi scooter size. The idea was to make it easier to operate, like a car with a brake pedal and a gas pedal.