All posts in SYM
SYM appears to be positioning itself in the American scooter market as the practical, capable choice. With technically excellent machines and proven reliability, SYM has long been the dark horse of the modern scooter scene. Today we have another of their promotional videos, this time for the RV200 EVO.
SYM has released a new introduction video for their 100cc Symba. This low-key infomercial hits all the bike’s major features and specifications.
I grew up listening to “oldies” music. Thinking back, it seems like the car radio was always playing either NPR’s All Things Considered, or some pop hit of the ’50s, ’60s, or ’70s. I was fine with it. I’d spend hours listening to my parents’ Beach Boys and Simon & Garfunkel LPs.
The SYM Wolf Classic 150 is a machine that seems to defy category. It’s a motorcycle, but SYM is best known as a scooter company. It’s on sale at scooter shops all across the country, yet with its clip-on handlebars and flat-top frame, it’s visually more at home in the current Cafe Racer renaissance. Forgetting about categorization, what has SYM really got here, and why should scooterists take notice?
Most people look at a scooter from a brand like SYM and just see the nameplate, never thinking of the multiple companies often involved in bringing it to our shores.