My most consistent memory of the Typhoon 50 was as the scooter local dealerships were most likely to donate to the yearly rally raffle — leaving me with the impression that it was unremarkable enough to simply give away.Read More
We just wrapped up our time with the Stella 4T and right now we’ve got the new Blur in our review stable.Read More
The Stella 4T is an old-fashioned scooter.
If you’re the sort who’s charmed by antiquated machines, then Stella 4T deserves your attention.
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.Read More
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?Read More
I think it’s safe to say that without the Stella, scooter culture in the USA wouldn’t be what it is. Without the Stella, there’s no Buddy.Read More
If there is any scooter on the market that doesn’t need more power, the Buddy 150 is it. Yet Genuine is now offering a 170cc version of their iconic twist-and-go. While I haven’t had any seat time in one yet myself, Ron Arnold from Examiner.com got his hands on one.Read More