Motorcycle info about licenses, trikes, sidecars, scooters and more!
» John Clay has written 131 posts
The Mon-Auto scooter has faded into history. It seems the Gibson Mon-Auto was probably about 25 to 30 years ahead of its time. Motor scooters of all sizes and shapes really started to sell after WWII since it was a relatively inexpensive form of transportation that could navigate on a variety of road conditions.
If you don’t have confidence in balancing on two-wheeled scooters, maxi scooters or motorcycles, and you have a physical limitation against putting too much weight on one leg, then don’t worry, there is a maxi scooter just for you too!
Restoring Cushman scooters can be a fun, but addictive hobby. Some folks modify their scooter engines and transmissions to increase power. Some like to change the look of the scooter so it looks and acts more like a custom motorcycle.