BMS Grand Prix 150cc Scooter Review

by Anonymous

A BMS Grand Prix Scooter

A BMS Grand Prix Scooter

This BMS Grand Prix 150cc scooter is running great and feels very sporty. I love the looks, they are very sharp and edgy compared to other scooters.

Comments for BMS Grand Prix 150cc Scooter Review

Average Rating starstarstarstarstar

Click here to add your own comments

Sep 10, 2010
Point Taken...
by: Kathi

I hear, you J. Howard, but here's the thing... I don't really know for sure who posted this and if it is, as you say, "planted" or if, like some other conjectured, it was posted by someone who lacked the experience or words to say more.

But what I think is obvious to ALL of my readers is that there's not enough meat there to tell you anything. I had hoped the original poster would come back & tell us more, but that hasn't happened.

And so I think it's also obvious to my readers that this so-called "review" holds very little value (for whatever reason it was posted) and that they should move on.

For anyone else reading these comments, if you want real motor scooter reviews, start at this page:

Sep 06, 2010
by: J. Howard

This kind of comment looks like one of those fake testimonials posted by manufacturers to make their products seem more attractive than they actually are. I think Motor Scooters Guide is a great site, but if more "reviews" like these are allowed, the Guide might start to lose its prestige and authority.

Jun 06, 2010
I Agree
by: Jim Zeiser

It would be nice to know where he bought the scoot, how it rides, how fast it cruises, maybe how much he paid for it, how long he's owned it and how reliable it's been in that time. Wouldn't everyone like to hear whether it's stayed together or if pieces started falling off the minute he left the dealership?

If you look at my evaluation of my Eagle Milano I stated it was trouble free. I've added the valve job and belt replacement along the way, in addition to two valve clearance check/adjustments.

I think people need to hear how a scooter really is, not a shortened, sanitized version. Hear that Japanese, Italian and Taiwanese scooter owners?


Jun 05, 2010
Could Be...
by: Kathi

I guess that's possible, Anonymous, but even young people know what they like and why they like it. I know this person mentioned the sporty looks and that's a start. But what about pickup/acceleration, storage, comfort?

I'm not asking for technical terms or anything. Just more detail, that's all. And I didn't mean to come off as demanding or unkind. I just want the best for my readers.

And I do so wish people would be willing to put their first name on these comments so I'm not responding to "Anonymous"... ;)

Jun 04, 2010
better description, please
by: Anonymous

Kathi, it seems to me whoever is talking must be young and lacks the words and experience with scooters

Jun 04, 2010
More Detail Would Be Nice
by: Kathi

Hi there... If you're going to take the time to post a review, it'd be nice to have a bit more detail on what you like and don't like. What you put is great... it just doesn't tell us that much.

Can you add more detail, please? My readers will appreciate everything you can tell them about this scoot. Thanks!

Click here to add your own comments

Return to Reviews Archives - Chinese Scooters.

When you're done here, you may also be interested in reading some of these popular pages:

If you like to talk scooters, check out our motor scooter forums!

Battery Tender Junior in package

A battery tender like the Battery Tender Jr. can make all the difference in whether your scooter will start right up each spring, after being stored for months.

Just about every scooter owner needs to have a battery tender, sometimes called a trickle charger. Unless you are lucky enough to live in a climate where you can ride all year long, chances are your scooter will be put on ice, figuratively-speaking, for at least a couple months every winter.

One of the key steps in winterizing a scooter is to protect your battery from draining during its "rest" period. This can – and will – happen if you leave your battery sitting untended in your cold scooter over the winter, even if it's in a garage or shed.

Read our review or go right to to buy this highly recommended Battery Tender Jr NOW...


ATTENTION! I have had to delete the Scooter Forum for this site, unfortunately. Despite my best efforts, I could not adequately prevent daily attacks by hackers and spammers. Even though most of their posts did not go public, they still cluttered up my website host's server space, jeopardizing my account. I appreciate everyone's contributions over the past few years and I apologize for having to do this.

Wondering why your scooter question never got posted?

Chances are, there is a good reason. Did you...

If you "checked yes" on any of the points above, then I've deleted your post. Sorry, but I have standards. Feel free to re-submit, following the instructions I have everywhere on the site.

Also... all submissions have to be reviewed by me, and I am currently backlogged. Comments go live without approval, but still take 30 to 60 minutes to show up, so don't repost them, please.

This Week's Highlights

Share Your Scooter Blog Here
Your Help Needed!

We have lots of unanswered questions... can you help? Also, check out our newest eScooter Club members We are growing every week!

Keep Up to Date

Follow us on our Facebook Fan Page Follow our updates on Twitter
Subscribe to my motor scooter blog Subscribe to our RSS feed in your feed reader

Help Us Grow

Support This Site

I support this site by using affiliate marketing and running Google ads. I earn a small commission when you purchase items here, which helps to keep the site afloat. Thank you for your support.

XML RSSSubscribe To This Site

follow us in feedly
Add to My Yahoo!
Add to My MSN
Subscribe with Bloglines