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  • Re: Piaggio BV 350 (Beverly)

    [quote user=&quot;pja&quot;]I am thinking (seriously) about selling my bike and returning to a scooter.[/quote] Honda has released some details about the new NSS300 Forza; see this page at BikePoint(dot)com. The Forza will not be released until August. I will have a look at this bike when its available. At this stage it is looking good. I had a ...
    Posted to Maxi Chat - Talk about maxi scooters (Forum) by pja on 07-03-2013
  • Re: Piaggio BV 350 (Beverly)

    [quote user=&quot;ferrix&quot;] How tall are you Peter? I&#39;m interested in this scoot too but i won&#39;t get to see it in the flesh until the weekend at the earliest... [/quote] I&#39;m about 175 cm and a little on the portly side. The local scooter shop owner removed the &quot;bum rest&quot; just to see if it was a feasible proposition ...
    Posted to Maxi Chat - Talk about maxi scooters (Forum) by pja on 07-03-2013
  • Re: Piaggio BV 350 (Beverly)

    Thanks for the two responses. Today I had a sit on a BV350 and I find it too uncomfortable. The &quot;bum rest&quot; is too far forward and the front part of the seat cuts into my legs. I think my bum is just too big . I will wait and see what the Honda Forza 300 is like. I also still like a Vespa 300. For me, it might be a battle of the ...
    Posted to Maxi Chat - Talk about maxi scooters (Forum) by pja on 07-01-2013
  • Piaggio BV 350 (Beverly)

    Hi! I am thinking (seriously) about selling my bike and returning to a scooter. I want something in the 300 to 400 cc range that can do a bit of occasional touring (around NSW and Victoria). I like the look of the Suzuki and Yamaha 400&#39;s but screen size is a problem (I used to ride a Honda SilverWing and large screens are just too noisy). I ...
    Posted to Maxi Chat - Talk about maxi scooters (Forum) by pja on 06-29-2013
  • Re: Need help starting a Majesty 400?

    [quote user=&quot;Mick E.&quot;]&nbsp;I agree with you about the Majesty. It&#39;s a perfect choice.[/quote] Mick, Well done! Could I ask you a couple of questions please? Did you buy it new and if so is there a 2013 model or are dealers still selling older MY bikes? How did you find the wind screen on your ride home? I used to have a Honda ...
    Posted to Maxi Chat - Talk about maxi scooters (Forum) by pja on 06-27-2013
  • Re: Suzuki Burgman 650 question

    [quote user=&quot;vortexau&quot;]removal of the pillion backrest just leaves three holes in the upper rear deck[/quote] vortexau, Great! Thanks for your reply. I would be happy enough just to put three shorter bolts back into the holes. This was exactly what I was looking for. Actually a nice bolt-on rack would look good. Regards, Peter
    Posted to Maxi Chat - Talk about maxi scooters (Forum) by pja on 02-01-2013
  • Re: Suzuki Burgman 650 question

    [quote user=&quot;danceswithdingoes&quot;] when the top box is fitted you can buy/fit a pad to the box as a pillion backrest [/quote] Dingo, Thanks for the reply. Actually, I don&#39;t want a pilion support at all. I never carry a pilion so I find these stylised pilion rests look a bit silly when you ride solo. My SilverWing looked like the ...
    Posted to Maxi Chat - Talk about maxi scooters (Forum) by pja on 01-24-2013
  • Suzuki Burgman 650 question

    Hi! I&#39;m thinking about selling my nearly two-year-old Kawasaki VN900 Custom and returning to a scooter. I rode a Honda SilverWing prior to the Kawasaki and miss its ease of use and weather protection. The Suzuki Burgman 650 seems to be a good thing (I don&#39;t really like BMW and will not buy an out of date Yamaha Tmax - however, I would ...
    Posted to Maxi Chat - Talk about maxi scooters (Forum) by pja on 01-23-2013
  • Re: Nearly time to replace tyres

    [quote user=&quot;Loose Change&quot;]The scoot now has nearly ten thousand k on it and the tyres are definately starting to show their age and it&#39;s time to start thinking of at least with what kind of tyres I&#39;m going to replace them with.[/quote] Hi! First off, its nice to have another maxi scooter rider down here on the South Coast (I ...
    Posted to Maxi Chat - Talk about maxi scooters (Forum) by pja on 05-05-2011
  • Re: Gillera Fuoco or Suzuki Burgman

    [quote user=&quot;Jase&quot;]...I really like the look and extra safety that 3 wheels&nbsp;on the Fuoco offers. The Burgman has so much to offer also, reliability, build quality, comfort and power, I also really like the relaxed riding position. My only concern is that the Burgman is a big bike which is a little ...
    Posted to Maxi Chat - Talk about maxi scooters (Forum) by pja on 03-22-2011
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