Scooters and Mopeds

Salsbury scooters largest super scooter

Salsbury scooters from Motor Glide to a giant Super Scooter

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.

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Piaggio MP3 scooter hybrid

Piaggio MP3 scooter update: 300 LT hybrid

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!

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Piaggio MP3 scooter with ride by wire technology

Piaggio MP3 300 i.e. scooter engine features ride-by-wire throttle technology to operate the throttle body for the electronic fuel injection.

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Ducati scooter an Italian classic

Did you know Ducati made a motor scooter? Ducati Brio was produced in the mid 1960s and is very collectible. Vintage Harley-Davidson scooters and Cushman scooters from that period are more popular in the US though.

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Gibson Mon-Auto scooter is one of the oldest

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.

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