Genuine Buddy St. Tropez Blue Tones 150 cc Review

by Kim Maiuro
(Northfield, NJ)

The Buddy St. Tropez Model

The Buddy St. Tropez Model

Here is my review of the Genuine Buddy St. Tropez model... well let's tell it like it is: THERE IS NO BAD. I am a single 48 year old "cool mom". I take my 8 year old son to his baseball and football fields to drop him off for practice and games.

At his school, may I add is the worst designed to access with your car. No really... I could set up a scooter shop right there and sell them all day cause I just slide in and drop off or pickup. Which is the easy part, then I get a dozen questions every day when all the kids and parents start to gather around us.

If it was just that easy to convince them that they too can do it, more would enjoy them and have more respect for riders. I have also helped so many women learn to drive a scooter then took them for their cycle license.

I enjoy taking off by myself even if it's just to go to the store. I have the extra storage in the back that matches and holds beyond what you can imagine.

We live at the beach so at night we can get around the visitors going to the amusement piers and find a parking spot that is basically impossible for cars to park in. And may I end by saying it's such a great feeling to breeze to the beach and enjoy our day.

And again the looks and wonderful compliments just keep on coming. The price is right and you can't replace all the freedom, so... go on... do it...and enjoy yourself!

Yours truly,
Kim "one cool mom"


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Mar 10, 2010
by: Anonymous

When you go to the pier, how do you "secure" it? Do you use a lock, alarm, anyhting?

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