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Kymco Scooter & Motorcycle Reviews

Kymco Spade 150 and K-Pipe 125: Small Motorcycles, Big Fun

Inexpensive, lightweight, and easy to ride—these bikes are perfect for new riders

2/2/2018, By Tricia Szulewski, Associate Editor
Kymco's fun and small two single-cylinder motorcycles, the Spade and the K-Pipe, suit a variety of riders’ tastes.
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VIDEO: New Beginner Motorcycle Now Available

125cc ideal for new and experienced riders

The 2016 K-Pipe 125 from KYMCO is a 4-speed single cylinder motorcycle that’s ideal for new riders as well as those who want an easy-to-ride zippy motorcycle with which to blast around town.
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Scooter Review with Video: 2014 Kymco MyRoad 700i

A scooter made for touring

2/6/2014, By Genevieve Schmitt, photos by Brian J. Nelson
Kymco now has bragging rights for making the most powerful scooter available, the MyRoad 700i, introduced for model year 2014, and I had a chance to test ride it.
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New 2014 Trikes and Scooters from Lehman and Kymco

The largest scooter on the market, plus new offerings from Lehman

Trike and scooter riders have a lot of new options to look forward to for model year 2014, including what is now the most powerful scooter on the market. Keep reading for all the exciting new models just announced.
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MOTORCYCLE REVIEW: Giving Kymco’s 2012 Scooters a Whirl

Rethinking scooters; they’re not like they used to be!

8/9/2011, By Michelle Baird, Photos by Scott Hirko
At my motorcycle training site where I’m an instructor for basic riding skills, students often ask me if I think they should start off on a scooter. Sometimes riders are nervous about learning how to work a clutch, while others have anxiety about their ability to plant both feet on the ground. I respond by telling them it’s their choice.
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Kymco Unveils New Entry-Level Sportbike

Quannon 150 debuts

Kymco recently unveiled its new entry-level sportbike motorcycle for model year 2010. The Quannon 150 has sportbike styling that offers a big bike feel in a small package. It has a racy, lightweight design with a 31.5-inch seat height, making it easy to flat-foot because of its narrow frame.
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