1. FredJasper
    11th November 2016 @ 11:58 am

    Gears. it’s all I want on a scooter like that tbh

  2. Andy Ralph Smith
    11th November 2016 @ 1:13 pm

    send one to brazil where i live the 400cc it it can take the roads there it will take them anywhere lol

  3. Theraphim Hebraeorum
    11th November 2016 @ 5:21 pm

    Put me down for one! Never giving money to Piaggio ever again for poorly put together machines and poor aftersales service.

    As for gears…after 37 years and 14 geared scoots my left wrist is shot. Stop start urban traffic is agony. My P200 is up for sale as I write. Reluctantly but realistically autos are the way forward for an aging skelington 😉

    32 BHP….vroooom….can I have a go please Mister?

  4. Tony Butcher
    11th November 2016 @ 11:09 pm

    were can I view them please

  5. Nigel Beevers
    14th November 2016 @ 12:21 am

    maybe not so good for scootering. at least 50% of riders are on the 125’s they’ll get sick of being left behind these big 300/400 lumps and pack in.
    and how come in spain 125’s are selling for 2000 euros and even the chrome one 2200 euros? cash cow brits?

  6. Theraphim Hebraeorum
    14th November 2016 @ 1:37 am

    PS. Because of the Brussels Sprouts all of a sudden, in January 2017, all the machines we have been happily riding without linked brakes or abs will be deemed too hazardous and new bikes must have said features, as high and mighty prestige limousine passengers Monsieur Fuqewit and Herr Flick have decreed it. Putting a fecking £500 premium on ordinary peoples commuters.

    You meddling buttwaffles! Cannot wait until we leave your control freak little club and we can import and produce machines as we see fit. Allowing riders to ride and judge road conditions for themselves. Bah!

  7. Slugger O Toole
    7th December 2016 @ 4:38 pm

    The UK DoT has always been one of the main drivers (NPI) within the EU to introduce compulsory safety features into new vehicles such as ABS but don’t let that awkward fact deter you from blaming Johnny Foreigner for all the UK’s woes.

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