LX 50

by Wendell
(Carmel, Indiana)

I love the styling and craftsmanship. Beautiful piece of machinery. Fun to ride, easy to start and really makes a great impression on non scooter riders. Engine is smooth and quiet. Goes fast enough for me. Rides really well. It is a little slow on acceleration, but you just have to be patient. Great brakes. I have a Dragon Red model and love to call it my baby Ferrari.

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Just wanted to let you know there are a group of scooter riders who started a group In Carmel Indiana with all makes and models, new and experienced riders. I personally have a znen 150cc that is a great ride just like yours not so fast on the take off. I just hit 300 miles on my new bike so its time to change the oil again and check it out. I have great fun riding my scoot along with our group. If you would like to visit us just go to http://www.meetup.com/Just-Scooten the love of the ride Linda Bennett

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