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50cc Peds

50cc Peds

  1. 50cc Peds
  2.  50cc Peds Ninja
  3. 50cc Peds Retro
  4. 50cc Peds Tommy
  5. 50cc Peds Milan
  6. 50cc Peds Scorpion
  7. 50cc Peds Spyder

Do you intend on buying a bike this year? Then you might want to try out with a moped first. At Direct Bikes, we help both new and experienced riders pick the right next step in their journey. From going for a moped to getting a full motorbike, we are here to help you decideupon a scooter that you can be very happy with indeed.

While the humble moped might feel too slow for speedyriders, those who are new to bikes need to get used to riding first and foremost. Driving fast in a car is a totally different sensation and feeling to driving fast on a bike. If you would like to make sure you can drive on your bike without having to worry about a thing, then you should definitely look to buy 50cc peds that we have on sale at Direct Bikes.

What are 50cc peds?

Normally a, 50cc ped would be a moped that is capable of going at speeds of around 50cc. This is the most common maximum cc range for a moped; anything above 50cc is open known as a scooter. However, many people interchange scooter and moped as terms right up to the maximum 750cc scooters you can buy!

At Direct Bikes, though, our peds stop at 125cc. We do, though, have tremendous options to pick from at both levels. This should make finding your ideal 50cc moped a whole lot easier than it might first seem.

50cc mopeds, then, are simply devices with a 50cc engine in them. These are going to be the best choice for anyone who is new to driving, or who lacks confidence/belief in their own ability to drive. Take a look at our selection today, with models like the 50cc Ninja proving very popular indeed.

What can 50ccs give me in terms of power?

If you were to drive a vehicle at around 50ccs in power from Direct Bikes, you are limited to around 30mph in speed. To drive a 50cc moped, you would need to get used to that speed limit. It would naturally limit you from being able to go to certain places or take on certain journeys. That’s a big reason why we always suggest you go to get a 50cc engine moped if you are new to driving.

For those looking for a proper racing thrill, though, 50ccs might not be a good idea for you. All of our models break down exactly what you need to know before you purchase, though, so it’s easy to buy the right scooter. Just read the description and specs, and message us if you need any additional help.

Are 50cc engines good for experienced riders?

To be honest, we would say no. Veteran bikers are used to driving in the 60+ speed range, after all. Being limited to just 30mph means that you are not likely to be able to go on the motorway with any safety. Therefore, it is not something you are legally permitted to do. You will be too cumbersome for some of the other cars on the road, making it impossible for you to drive with a 50cc engine on a motorway.

However, at the same time we recommend that you take a look at our 50cc ped offers& see what you think.

Should beginners stick to 50cc?

Yes, we would say so for the most part. Most beginners are not used to handling the demands of the road. If you are not used to doing so, then it can be hard to get used to the art of driving. That is why we would always suggest you go to get yourself a 50cc ped to begin with. They are going to be so easy to control, even for newbies!

In fact, many people use our top quality 50cc peds as their first introduction to riding. We’ve helped everyone from young students to parents looking to get their 16-year-old on the road. With our selection and our 50cc mopeds starting at just £959, it’s never been easier to find a great deal!

You can still go fast enough to get you around town without any real issues, either. That’s a big reason why we think anyone who wants to drive should do most of their learning on a 50cc engine. At 50ccs, you are going to be going quick enough to let you drive around in cities. And for most drivers, it’s getting used to the tightness and the busy nature of a city that can get in the way of your enjoyment. With our scooters, you get the help you need to actually enjoy riding!

The benefits of 50cc peds

  • One major benefit of driving on a 50cc moped is that you can stay on the road with real ease. You would struggle to find a vehicle that is easier or safer to handle, in truth.
  • You can normally keep on the road with a minimum of fuss if you choose to drive at just the 28-30mph limit. This will ensure you are never going to feel uncertain when driving.
  • Keep yourself comfortable as you drive as you will find that you are not going at a sped that is beyond you. This is especially useful for beginners who feel like they are going too fast.
  • Build up your confidence and get to know the local driving routes where you live. On a 60mph or so bike/scooter, you can feel like you are going too fast to memorise anything.

With all of this in mind, you should definitely find it a bit easier to drive around without too much issue. 50cc mopeds are a fine choice for anyone who is looking to learn the art of driving without going too fast. Use one of these, and you are almost certain to avoid road accidents or incidents. Just remember that you are capped at 30mph; don’t go trying to overtake people in faster cars!

If you think that you would enjoy riding around on a vehicle like a 50cc ped, then take a look at our collection today. With some brilliant deals to pick from, you can easily pick out your chosen scooter for years to come. And with just three working days needed for a delivery anywhere in the UK, we can get you your scooter delivered with a click of the fingers!

Just contact us today and we can arrange everything. Otherwise, feel free to place an order online through our store. Simply choose your bike, hit ‘Add to Cart’, and choose your delivery time and place. Let’s get you on the road and enjoying yourself ASAP!

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