I have a cabin on a remote lake in the middle of Michigan's Upper Peninsula and am thinking of getting a scooter to keep out there. The cabin is 12 miles from a tiny village that has a bar and a gas station/convenience store and has access to hundreds of miles of gravel roads and 2-track logging roads. I'd like the bike to be a 50cc so there's no hassle with needing to plate it and a top speed of 30-35 mph is fine for all the roads it would ever go on. I'd like it to be able to handle exploring some fairly rough roads, have storage for some basic groceries and beverages on a run to the village, and be something that adults and my 12-year old grand daughter can have fun with. The bike will be kept in a locked shed when we aren't there. There sure are a lot of choices out there! Kymco alone lists over a dozen different models, Genuine, Honda, and Yamaha have several choices, and then there are the cheapo Chinese bikes. I like the looks of the Ruckus but the lack of any storage rules it out for making grocery runs. I like the rugged looks of the Zuma and it's available both in 2 and 4 stroke but does it live up to its looks? I also like the looks of the Genuine Roughhouse, and I'm sure there are others that would work. So what would you recommend?