Rickster - Proud Owner of 2009 SYM RV250 Scooter

by Rick
(Fredericksburg, Tx, USA)

SYM RV250 Scooter

SYM RV250 Scooter

I am new to scooters, but not two-wheelin'! My first bike was a 1972 Triumph T100r. I rode that bike for 14 years. Then, I met my last wife, who was deathly afraid of motorcycles. After sitting in the garage for a year, I finally sold it.

I've dreamed of being back on a bike ever since. Recently, after 22 years, I divorced that high-maintenance psycho and celebrated my new freedom with a scooter.

I've been having a lot of fun with it! I use it mostly for just running around town and to and from work. The gas I saved by not driving my pickup was enough to pay for the scooter, insurance, and gas, combined.

That's what you call good financial planning! Now that I've got back into the riding part, I'm looking to hook up with some other scoot riders in the Fredericksburg/ Hill Country area. Not looking for long distance riding, just local runs and meets at areas like Enchanted Rock, Luckenbach, and the like.

Being single again means all cute single ladies are welcome to ride along or on back! Any interest in forming a local club here in Fredericksburg?

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Jul 27, 2012
I have a clone in Texas NEW
by: Rick

Rickster, You have the same name, same scooter and a similar story. I dumped my psycho ex after 28 years. However I didn't have any previous motorcycle experience. I was a bicyclist however and used to being on two wheels. I love my 2009 (Blue) SYM RV250 scooter. Its exactly like the one in your picture. I get on that thing as often as I can. I look for excuses to ride it as well. Volunteering to run to the store or anywhere. I live in Springfield, Virginia.
Keep on Keeping on !!!!

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