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Win the UK’s best loved car boot scooter – a TGA Eclipse worth £1,695! | Disability Magazine

TGA_Eclipse_Mobility_Scooter TGA, the UK’s leading mobility product specialist in association with Able Magazine, is giving you the exclusive and rare opportunity to win your very own Eclipse mobility scooter. Plus, if you miss out, three lucky runners-up will still qualify for a 30% discount on a brand new model!

This latest generation TGA Eclipse is perfect for those looking to take their mobility scooter with them when travelling in the car or on public transport. Compact and lightweight, the Eclipse is a revolutionary scooter that delivers flexible independence with its ability to be quickly dismantled into three easy-to-lift parts that slot into the boot of an average sized car. There are no fiddly wires or plugs to deal with – simply click and go! The lucky new owner of a TGA Eclipse will also be able to enjoy travelling on buses, trains and trams with their scooters as it is now officially recognised by many companies as being suitable for transit on public transport.

This superb, highly manoeuvrable mobility scooter is a prize not to be missed. The TGA Eclipse is a real winner across the UK as it delivers day-long comfort, utmost safety and the highest levels of reliability which you would expect from the market leading brand. If successful as a winner or runner-up, you could be proudly riding around on one of the most stable mobility scooters available today and one that is best in class when it comes to turning circle and ground clearance. It has a top speed of 4mph and an impressive range of nine miles on one single battery charge – ample for visiting friends, shopping around town or enjoying a day out in the park. Running on robust, puncture proof tyres and including advanced suspension and braking, the TGA Eclipse gives peace of mind wherever you go. Its stylish looks and eye-catching alloys will be the envy of all your friends.

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Scooter parts

2007-12-12 11:39:52 by diyer

There is a myriad of performance parts available for 2- and 4-stroke engines. You can buy expansion chamber exhausts, bigger carbs and carb jets, high flow air filters, and even stroker cranks and high compression heads and pistons. Some of those things would have to be brand specific, but just an exhaust pipe helps a lot, and it's not too hard to modify the mounting flange to fit your motor. The problem will be the routing of it, you may have to cut to pipe and re-weld it at a better angle. There are several sites which sell performance parts for mopeds, and if you know the brand of your motor they can probably help you find what you need

Kymco People 50cc that's been dropped

2007-05-13 20:53:11 by IsItOK?

I'm looking at a used 2005 Kymco People 50cc that only has 280 miles on it. However, it has been dropped, and there are visible scratch marks all along the right side of the scooter. The plastic cover that goes over the exhaust pipe is also cracked.
I don't really care so much about cosmetic appearances, but I do care about the mechanical/operation integrity. Should I be worried?

Thanks for your opinions

2010-09-05 10:22:25 by kendiese

So I should look for a Ninja 250cc? Also considering a buell 500cc as well.
I have read online that these bikes make great first bikes should I look for one that has mods on it such as a aftermarket pipe? A loud throaty roar is nice and I really wouldnt like too spend 600 dollars on a exhaust/
I am sorry if I offended anyone and their scooter. I only have a couple months of riding time before the weather changes/

Swap meet a featured event at Mid-Ohio's Vintage Motorcycle Days  — Mansfield News Journal
Tanks, wheels, seats, engine parts, fairings and accessories can all be found at the swap meet, including motorcycles, scooters, mopeds and minibikes. Books, manuals, helmets, leathers and memorabilia are also staples of the event.

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    May 31, 2010 by Wonderful | Posted in Motorcycles

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  • Avatar Discus Ted Is there a price guide publication for motorcycles and scooters as there is for cars?
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