50 cc rental scooters give a good opportunity to enjoy European cities in a stylish way. Affordable and practical, 50 cc scooters are powered by economical motors. Their wheels are middle size - usually 30 cm, which offers more precise handling. They feature comfortable leather seats and some of them even spacious helmet case. Made with advanced technology, 50 cc mopeds offer robust construction and reliable disc brakes. Their engines and fuel tanks are located under the rider's seat and at the rear which provides enough footrest. This class is suitable for short distance trips in contemporary city traffic, however 50 cc mopeds are not recommended for highway use. Best models are S 50 2T, S50 4T 4V, LX 50 2T FL, LX 50 4T 4V FL from Vespa, Peugeot 50cc V-click, Yamaha BwS 50cc, Honda Ruckus, Honda Metropolitan 50cc, Piaggio Typhoon 50 cc, Liberty 50, Fly 50 4V, SR 50 R, SR 50R-Replica, SR Motard 50 and SR 50 R Factory from Aprilia.
125 cc are suitable for every day travel around the city, but they can take you on longer trips as well. Preferred for their riding characteristics, high safety standards and excellent performance, 125 scooters have become very popular nowadays. They feature easy handling, "twist and go" automatic system, electric starter and reliable advanced brakes. Best models offer strong tubular steel frame, wider tires, powerful 125 cc engine and comfortable low seat. They are fuel efficient and environmentally friendly which makes them a preferable transportation among young people. 125 cc rental mopeds are cheap and practical to run. Vespa S 125, Vespa LXV 125, Aprilia SR Max 125, Aprilia RS4 125 Replica, Honda PCX 125, Vespa Granturismo 125 L, Honda Silver Wing 125 and Piaggio Typhoon 125 are some of the excellent examples in this class. If you want to explore European cities with elegance without waste of time in heavy traffic, 125cc rental mopeds are the proper vehicle to hire.
Born in Italy after the World War II, classic scooters were originally introduced as a cheap transportation. Today, contemporary scooters are widespread valued vehicle. It is understandable why Italian manufacturers such as Vespa, Aprilia and Piaggio are the biggest and most popular scooter producers, but Japanese companies Yamaha and Suzuki are worthy rivals as well. First scooters - the Vespa models are based on the revolutionary Vespa technology, implementing the advanced tooling of Piaggio. Nowadays, classic scooters are the result of the struggle of the best engineers to ensure the highest standards and emissions control. Classic mopeds incorporate comfort, safety, style and elegance. They feature powerful engines, reliable brakes, exclusive suspension, sleek fairings and tubular steel frames. Additional comfort is provided through adjustable backrest and spacious carrier case. Models such as Aprilia SR 50 Street, Aprilia SR Max 125, Aprilia Atlantic 300, Aprilia SRV 850, Vespa GT 150, Vespa ET 4 125, Piaggio Fly 150, Piaggio BV 350, Piaggio MP3 500 and Yamaha BV 50 have become legendary in the world of scooters.
The 3-Wheel category revolutionazed the world of scooters which have been a popular choice for personal transport in Europe since the World War II. Motor scooters have been a popular form of urban transportation because of their easy parking and storage, traffic issues in crowded cities and the convenient driving position. Since its first launch in 2006, the revolutionary three-wheeled scooter from Italian manufacturer Piaggio has been acclaimed for its combination of two front wheels and a single rear wheel. Practical and affordable means of transportation, the Piaggio Mp3 has become the preferred hire scooter choice because of its safety, road grip and stability unattainable with a two-wheeled vehicle. The use of three wheels, two of which at the front, was a revolutionary technical intuition that has led to a truly unique scooter and has redefined the very concept of what the modern scooter for hire is.