Piaggio Typhoon Motor Scooter Review

by Mic-Jay

A Piaggio Typhoon scooter picture

A Piaggio Typhoon scooter picture

The first time I saw the Typhoon, I didn't really like it. But the more that I saw, the more I liked it. None of us could drive cars and so we all got scooters instead.

The Typhoon was one of the most popular. It was already quick off the line and powerful too. But being in Bermuda, a place that you can only ride a 50cc bike starting on your 16th birthday; well that made things kind of boring.

So what we did was we would set up our bikes. We could do all sorts of things to them. The Typhoon was easy to work on in comparison to other bikes and would fly once you put it all together. OK, it can't fly in the air, but you sometimes felt like it did.

The amount of both stock and after market performance parts that you can get was a bonus. My friend had a Typhoon, and he had put a performance pipe on it with lighter clutch weights and a bigger carburetor. Wow! It was fast.

It was a well-balanced bike, somewhat tall but still fun and easy to ride. I would definitely consider getting another one. Maybe this time a red one.

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Sounds like a fun little ride, perfect for the circumstances. Scoot on!

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