Tao Tao CY50D Scooter Review

by Anonymous

In front of my wine bottle wall

In front of my wine bottle wall

I just bought this scooter and it is great. Took a couple of hours putting the pieces together but nothing terribly difficult. I am 6'3" weigh about 220lbs, it goes 35 no problem.

I have put about 100 miles and it is great. Body style is retro and very clean and nice. Balance is good and weight is OK for road travel. I ride it to and from work daily 20 miles/rt open road where folks in pickups go 55/60.

Very satisfied, I am sure that if I keep it serviced it should go for a long time. Adding a windshield this weekend which should let me go 40 and that is as fast as anyone should go on 10 inch tires lol.

I am very pleased with the quality and the price $680 delivered to my front door from MYATVs. Great company to deal with. Not a Vespa but nowhere near the cost.

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by: Mark

I just bought a 2011 TMEC QT3 50cc scooter online and just set it up!! its awesome!! what kind of oil do you use for the Tao-Tao? your scooter and mine are similar.

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