Chuck Kramer & Kymco Super 8 150, Hyde Park, NY

by Chuck Kramer
(Hyde Park, NY)

I'll get a photo with me on it later

I'll get a photo with me on it later

I've had my Kymco a little over a year and use it primarily for work. I'm a pastor and make frequent visits to hospitals, nursing homes and parishioners' homes, so getting there economically is important. Most trips are 10 miles one-way, but I often combine visits to put on 50 or 60 miles in one trip.

I used to ride a motorcycle back in the day, but the scooter fits my needs better. Besides, my bike looks cool, and a lot of people stop me & ask me about it.

Did I mention that it's fun? Sometimes, after a difficult day, I'll take it out on a country road for a short 10-15 mile ride and that washes away the tension.


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Oct 31, 2010
by: Chuck Kramer

I'm getting about 65-70 I think. I'm not sure I'm riding as the manufacturers intended because I'm pushing it to max speed virtually every time I get on. It seems to be holding up, but given my actual needs -- 5-10 miles at or near highway speed each way -- I might have chosen a more powerful bike.

Aug 16, 2010
How Many Mles
by: Jim Zeiser

What's the mileage on it? It sounds like it's been getting its share of time on the road.

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