1/3/10 - Kathy

by Kathy Kover
(Springfield, MO)

Well a new year for more scootin', but darn, the weather is too cold. And my scooter is a Yamaha Vino 125. I love that speedy little beauty, but anticipating getting a 250cc (or bigger if the price is right) cause I want farther out on that highway where I can flow with just about any traffic and get a smoother ride as well.

I originally wanted to move "up" to a motorcycle, but that's a lotta' bull. I don't like motorcycles; I have nothing to prove and I'd take a Burgman or a Majesty over a Harley any day.

Glad to see so many more new names on here. Too cool!


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Feb 15, 2010
Nice Vino, Kathy
by: Dan

Good looking Vino 125. I previously has a cranberry red 2009 one that I loved, before I traded for the new Honda Elite.
I know what you mean with the cold, I hate Ohio winters. I brave the cold as long as its above 40 degrees and no snow, which has been non existent lately? I love the Majesty & the Burgmans but the price tags are OUCH- ha ha!! Keep us posted.

Jan 04, 2010
Happy New Year!
by: Kathi

Thanks for updating us, Kathy! And do keep us posted on what's happening and if you move up to a bigger scoot. And sorry about the state error!

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