Lee Pratt - Zhenhua 150cc Trike Scooter

by Lee Pratt
(Bay City, MI)

Lee's Trike

Lee's Trike

I'm a new scooter rider, having just gotten my scooter in June. I don't have my helmet yet, just got a license yesterday, so haven't ridden more than around the neighborhood. Looking forward to taking longer rides.

  • What are your reasons for owning a scooter?: It's good for the environment, I can save money on gas

  • How do you use your scooter?: Around town, Just for fun rides

  • What's the longest you've ridden your scooter?: Less than 10 miles one way

  • What is the fastest speed you've ridden your scooter?: 35 MPH


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Jul 15, 2011
Love My Scooter
by: Anonymous

I bought the Trike Scooter have determining that the Auto Moto would not work for me, could touch the ground very good to balance it. So, since I have bought my Trike Scooter in May, I have needed several replacements thank goodness it has all been under warranty.

The dealer has been very good about taking care of the problems, I should have just purchased another one BUT all problems are being taken care of.

Had the throttle replaced, it sticks in a position and never returns back by itself. Carburetor, cleaned out, the idle was revving. Now, I am taking it back to get a new front tire, it leaks and does not hold the 33psi. I have also noticed that the muffler is louder and some things rattle but overall I do LOVE my scooter!!!

I passed the permit test and going to take a motorcycle safety course. One thing I was told was to take a picture of your scooter just in case something happens to it you will have a picture so the police know what they would be looking for just in case... Better safe than sorry...

Aug 02, 2010
reply to George
by: Lee

Thanks for the comment, George. So far, so good. No major problems. Have noticed the muffler is a little noisy, but other than that, it sure is fun!

Aug 02, 2010
Zhenhua Trike.
by: George

Hi Lee. I have the same trike as you do. Mine is silver. They ride great for a trike. Just a heads up though, The Mufflers on these scooters are not made all that good. I hope you have better luck with your scooter that I have with mine. I have had my share of problems with mine, but they are all minor. Good luck and happy scooting.

Aug 01, 2010
Trike update
by: Lee Pratt

I have since completed my skills test, and added "CY" to my driving license. "I'M LEGAL!" Have used it quite a bit around the area. Get stopped a lot from folks wanting to know more about my trike. First one in the area and it gets lots of attention. Even had a couple come by 'cause he wants his wife to get one so they can go riding. She was hesitant to sit on it but once she did found how comfortable it was. Bet she gets one! I'm lovin' it!

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