Is anyone here familiar with the BMS Pathfinder 200cc motor scooter?

by Jonathan
(New York City)

Are there any reviews of the BMS Pathfinder 200cc 16 inch wheels motor scooter? I was thinking of buying it from Country Motor Sports, or another internet source, but have just read terrible reviews of internet buying.

Do you have any advice about California-based internet sellers?

ANSWER: Jonathan, you can always use the search box on the top left of the navigation menu on every page to find specific things on this site. When I used it just now, it came up with this member of our online scooter club, who also owns a BMS Pathfinder:
Bob Haggerty - Pathfinder Owner

You might post a comment on that page so Bob will see it and ask him what he thinks of it now. As far as buying on the Internet, many here have done it... with mixed results. Read my pages about buying online for some excellent tips on doing it successfully.

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Nov 09, 2010
by: Jim Zeiser


Nov 09, 2010
I Hope You're Reading This
by: Jim Zeiser

Take the Long Island Railroad out to Wyandanch and see Kathi at www,

She sells the CF Moto line of scooters which are a much better brand than BMS. For what you'd pay for a scooter from the terribly unreliable Country Motorsports Kathi can put you on a CF Moto 150 E Charm. It has water cooling, fuel injection and 16" wheels and will last you a good long time. Plus you'll have a good dealer to take it to if you need service or work done. Kathi is near the Wyandanch station and buying from her is a much better idea. Seriously. Tell her Jimmy-kz1000st of Binghamton-from Scootdawg sent you.

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