Neraina Miranda - Proud 150cc Bali 101 Trike Scooter Owner

by Neraina Miranda
(Brentwood, NY)

My trike is made by Zhenhua zh-zc and the make is Daix... I've had it since June 2010. Scootering is a ew experience for me. It's fun and I am a little worried about having bought a Chinese scooters because right now I haven't found a scooter service close to my town.

  • What are your reasons for owning a scooter?: Because scootin' is fun!, It's good for the environment, I can save money on gas, To ride with my friends/partner/family

  • 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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Aug 07, 2010
Chinese Scooter Owner
by: Artist Bob

Hi Neraina. Welcome to the Chinese Scooter owners gang. I've had my Nemo 150 for a year now and am very happy with it. Like you I had to search up a mechanic that works on scooters. You'll find someone I'm sure. Take your time, practice frequently, and dress for safety. You are in for a lot of enjoyment. I hope you are able to find other riders in your area. Sounds like you made a good choice.

Aug 06, 2010
You've Come to the Right Place
by: Jim Zeiser

Tell Kathy that Jimmy from upstate, kz1000st from scootdawg who came to her shop last year sent you. They sell CF Moto and Flyscooters there in addition to working on cars.

I'm sure they'll service your scooter. They're in Wyandanch not far from you. If you need me to call her for you check back here. I'll be glad to do it.


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