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johnakay
sorry picture wont load up.
 
 
 
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liami
I guess you attached images? Can't see them. Just see "[/img]"

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hamster
Lol - well, actually I love the T-Max: comfortable for 2-up, some space, no changing gear makes it ideal for the city and around, wind protection, space for something under the seat, sufficiently fast, etc...
 
I would own one! Hehe, it is the scooter closest to a motorcycle in terms of behavior. ❤️️

Safe riding!

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yamahaha
That wouldn't be a bad surprise. Scooter with sportbike characteristics. There's one in my neighbourhood. Older couple bought it new first year it came to Canada. They been all over the place with it. Never gave a bit of trouble faik.

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Beemer
lol! I get it. It reminds me of a quote that goes something like, "Scooters are for men afraid they'll hurt their vag. on a tank.", which also struck me as funny.
 
 
 
motorcycle_cougar.jpg Now that's a real mans bike. ;)
 
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johnakay
must admit I like maxi scooters.
had 2...piaggio x9,Suzuki burgman 400
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jetgirl
I couldn't do a maxi scooter. I can respect it but,,,, it's still  a scooter.


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johnakay
you'll appreciated it if you get shitty winter weather like we do.
ideal for commuting to work and back but no longer commute as I work from home at leisure.
also I'm of pension age sweet 65!
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johnakay
you'll appreciated it if you get shitty winter weather like we do. ideal for commuting to work and back but no longer commute as I work from home at leisure.
also I'm of pension age sweet 65!
 

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jetgirl
you'll appreciated it if you get shetty winter weather like we do. ideal for commuting to work and back but no longer commute as I work from home at leisure.
also I'm of pension age sweet 65!
I'm near the White Mountains of New Hampshire. We get Shetty winter weather too. I appreciate how practical it must be. Something as big as a maxi scooter is nothing to laugh at but,,, it's still a scooter :) .



 

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yamahaha
My wife had a burgman 400. It was a pretty capable machine. Surprising good in the twisties. Yes, the weather protection is phenomenal. She rode it on some long trips. I was always surprised at how well she kept up to other bikes.
Maintenance is a bitch. The belt drive was glichy and freakin expensive if you had to overhaul it. They look comphy to ride but they are not. Last time I rode it any distance my tail bone hurt for a week.
 
It was fun for a while like every new bike. Wife liked it for shopping. I finally talked her into getting rid of it before we had to spend money on it. I hated working on it.
 
 

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johnakay
yes its a scooter so what if it means I can stay on two wheels I wouldn't hesitate in get another.
hopefully I'll be able to continue to ride bikes but should the time come when I can't get my leg over the seat but can on a scooter then I would get one.
its better than none.
this is what I currently ride when the weather permits it.lol
 
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yamahaha
Nice Tracer. Could be the best all round motorcycle. Sadly, not available in Canada.

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Beemer
When two wheels becomes too much you'll be on a three wheeler. When I get to that point myself, I wouldn't mind at all spending hours in the saddle on one of these. (My wallet might mind a little but hey, you only live once) What retired guy wouldn't appreciate reverse?
 
http://can-am.brp.com/spyder/2017-models/touring.html
 
 
 

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yamahaha
When two wheels becomes too much you'll be on a three wheeler. When I get to that point myself, I wouldn't mind at all spending hours in the saddle on one of these. (My wallet might mind a little but hey, you only live once) What retired guy wouldn't appreciate reverse? 
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Not sure I would ever want one. I'm getting up there but 3 wheels might as well be 4 to me. I plan on getting the most out of 2 wheels while I can. 
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johnakay
for what the cam am cost I may as well buy a nice car for that. they're not worth it for me.
with 3 wheelers are just as bad having a car stuck in traffic but a SCOOTER I can by pass all those cars etc.
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