Ken - Proud Owner of a 2010 Peace Sports VIP 49cc Scooter

by Ken
(Tampa, Florida)

Hi, my name is Ken in the greater Tampa Florida area. I bought my Peace Sports VIP scooter back in April of this year. I bought it because I sold my car in order to take a future job out of the country.

I have over 6,200 miles on it now. I am a heavy person and this has presented some problems with the fenders breaking off the little plastic attachements but I have enjoyed riding it very much!

My longest trip was about 30 miles each way. It will go 42 mph, however, I ride at either 30 mph or 25 mph, pretty slow but very enjoyable!

I use it almost every day since it is my only transport, I don't even own a bike! I wish I had someone to ride with that owns a scooter. I have not found anyone to ride with although I see people on them all of the time here.

I must say, I enjoy it every time I get on it. I am looking forward to talking with anyone about scooters as I love them! Thanks!

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by: Brian

I own a 2014 VIP Future Champion 49cc black had it now 4yrs and i love it ïi like to ride mine and still own a car it runs great

Scooter NEW
by: Brian

I own a 2014 VIP Future Champion 49cc Bblack had it now 4yrs and i love it ïi like to ride mine and still own a ccar it runs great

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