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16 Responses

  1. RichardM says:

    I think that they look kinda cool. I’m not sure how they would handle but it may work in the snow!

  2. Pam says:

    I’ve never seen one of those in my neck of the woods! Interesting. I picture a grey-haired older person who shuffles along when walking. Yikes! Hope I don’t offend anyone.

  3. Trobairitz says:

    I think it could be a very cool urban assault vehicle. Someone who saves the big two-wheeled bike for eating up the twisties and longer rides perhaps.

  4. Isn’t that a Piaggio MP3? I know a scooterdiva who rides one of those and she loves it. They are apparently a little challenging to learn to ride and corner.

  5. Donald says:

    I’m all for it. If there’s an increase in safety, and it attracts more people to getting out of their cages, I’m for it! I like the Piaggio MP3, but that scooter has its front two wheels closer together. I am also a big fan of Can-Am Spyders, too.

  6. Lucky says:

    My thought is, if you want three wheels, get a sidecar. At least then you can mount a super-soaker and cause a ruckus with a friend or two.

    But I’m probably not in the target market for that scooter.

  7. Steve says:

    Why is no one asking the obvious? Why is it on the kickstand?

  8. Wayne Busch says:

    Nice urban commuter.

  9. polarbear says:

    If it get you out and riding, I don’t really care what it is. Its the adventure of it. We’re all just cyclists anyway, whether it is on one, two, or three wheels. Just give a wave and keep it rubber side down.

  10. Jess says:

    I’d be too embarassed to own it, but I would love to take that baby out for a spin…especially if I could dress up like Tina Turner in MAD MAX! (Wait, did I just age myself???)

  11. Cute, but I don’t think I would want to ride it. Leaning into turns is just too much fun…

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