- Feb 1, 2015
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I have an SH125. I have told this story before on here. When a friend's scooter gave up when going up Mont Ventoux, I took my wife to the top, then went back twice to collect the friend and his wife. Then took them all down again, one by one. The SH125 never missed a beat.If you want to have a 100 mile trip around the mountains I suspect neither would cope very well but if you want to just want to potter about the area than it is great.
I am after a scooter to put in the garage of the MH as I do not want to tow anything
I am thinking of either a honda sh125 or sh300 I would ideally like the 125 for lightness but I am worried it will struggle with 2 larger people on it about 30 stone combined
Has anyone got either of these models and can comment on what they are like especially performance 2 up but other pros and cons too
Not all Ktms are off road bikes the 690 Duke is a great bike for a motorhome 160 kg fuelled up and ready to go. Very comfortable 2 upHad lots of KTM off road bikes and love the brand but feel the wife will not be comfy of this type of bike
reminded me of this scooter in Turkey balancing a large gas cylinder - held on by his kneesYes scooters are annoyingly practical
I put a Shad 33 box on the back of the bike which makes it a bit better though.
Sounds perfect for the Thetford Bash ride out; are you attending?Well after a bit of thinking I decided to buy the SH125 plenty powerful enough for what we want if I had bought something quicker I can just envisage my wife digging me in the ribs telling me to slow down LOL
I'm surprised they had scooters in those days as your avatar quotes experience from "April 1846" ??? Or is this an April fools joke ?When I lived in Bermuda I had a company scooter. I used to drive along with my toolbox between my knees and quite often an oscilloscope as well! oh, they were the days.
Thought a man of your means would have gone for the electric versionMartin i have a chequered plate floor so should be ok, but i have one of these on order but it has not arrived yet from italy
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