Lin - Owner of 2007 Kymco People 150 Scooter

by Lin
(Golden, CO, USA)

Just bought a 2007 Kymco People 150 scooter and I intend to commute from Golden to Denver on it daily, weather permitting. I had to upgrade from my Mo-Ped (1977 JC Penny Pinto Stallion) when I changed jobs and they cut my bus route :-(

But no worries, I started out riding a 650 Yamaha motorcycle, so now I just have to learn the ins-and-outs unique to my new ride.

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Jul 11, 2011
2007 Kymco People 150
by: BJ

What kind of windshiled did you put on your People 150. I am in Denver Colorado and want to know where to take it.

Apr 19, 2011
by: raypomp

Hey WPBJoe--
what windshield did you get for your People 150?
Thanks, Ray

Mar 07, 2011
2 Thumbs Up
by: Artist Carter

Ditto to above comments. You have made a wise choice. Let us know how it goes. The windshield is a must as far as I'm concerned, and so is a helmet. It only takes one June Bug bouncing off the old bean to spoil a perfect ride. They leave a lasting taste in the mouth too. Good luck and many happy miles.

Mar 07, 2011
Perfect Ride
by: Jim Zeiser

The Kymco will serve you well. Commuting is what it does best and it gets excellent gas mileage. The People 150 is a solid, dependable scooter with Japanese quality. You will pile miles on it and it won't complain.

Mar 07, 2011
stay awake
by: WPB Joe

not much for you to learn about riding that 150.
I've been riding mine since last April. The best thing I did after buying it was to add a nice little I can ride just using sunglasses,
wind in hair..etc (hey, no heat please. I don't advice this for anyone under 70.)
Good luck with your new new ride.

Mar 07, 2011
by: Kathi, Site Owner

Welcome to the club, Lin... let us know how everything works out by commenting back here, won't you?

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