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Old 01-03-2014, 12:28 PM   #136
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I am considering a BV350 and selling my Blur 220i. My wife rides aVespa 300 super and want a scooter that is faster than hers but still handles well. Plan on using it for riding to work 90 mile round trip mostly eway and short rides. I have aTenere for my main bike so this is just an extra toy.

So my question is how dose the BV350 compare to a 300 Vespa as far as ride, handling, braking and speed?
Considerably faster (more power) with the handling and braking benefits of big wheels.
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Old 01-07-2014, 07:42 PM   #137
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I bought a new BV 350 three weeks ago and LOVE it! It's a great ride. Lots of power, it falls into turns really nice, has a good amount of storage, good fit and finish, very convenient access to compartments via push to access with no key required provided the ignition is not locked, and a nice optional top case and mount with using the ignition key. About the only thing I'm not too happy with is the horn. I'll probably replace it with a louder one.
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Old 01-07-2014, 09:42 PM   #138
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I bought a new BV 350 three weeks ago and LOVE it! It's a great ride. Lots of power, it falls into turns really nice, has a good amount of storage, good fit and finish, very convenient access to compartments via push to access with no key required provided the ignition is not locked, and a nice optional top case and mount with using the ignition key. About the only thing I'm not too happy with is the horn. I'll probably replace it with a louder one.
Good to hear.

I think this bike is one of the top choices on the market today. I still think they could take a powerplant like this one and drop it in a sporty styled bike with a giant luggage compartment under the conventional style top tank.
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