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UK Scooters

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  2. UK Scooters Panther
  3. UK Scooters Retro
  4. UK Scooters Tommy
  5. UK Scooters Milan
  6. UK Scooters Scorpion
  7. UK Scooters Spyder
  8. UK Scooters Spyder 125cc
  9. UK Scooters Milan 125cc
  10. UK Scooters Python
  11. UK Scooters Scorpion 125cc
  12. UK Scooters Tommy 125cc
  13. UK Scooters Cruiser

For anyone looking at the various UK scooters that you can buy on the market today, it’s important that you know what you want to buy. That’s why we look to make sure you can buy a bike through Direct Bikes with ease!

With so much to look at and think about, it’s very easy to get lost in the decision making process. We know how that feels, which is why at Direct Bike we always look to give you valuable information to help you avoid such an issue. From detailed on-site specifications to thorough answers to your questions, we are here to help.

We can break down the kind of information that you need to fully understand what you are taking on when it comes to buying one of our UK scooters.

What are scooters, exactly?

The challenge with buying a scooter often comes from the confusion between what a scooter is, and what a moped is. Read the wrong kind of information, and you could be led to believe that a moped and a scooter are broadly different. To be honest, you can easily use the word moped in place of scooter and nobody would know any different.

For the most part, they are very similar. The main change tends to come when you look at the engine power. For most riders, a moped would be something with a 50cc engine. Anything above a 50cc engine would be a scooter. However, this is not a cut and dried rule; many people will still refer to any model as a moped or a scooter. The main distinction comes from deciding if you are buying a scooter or a bike, in truth.

However, for the most part you should find it quite easy to work out what you would rather own. For us, we recommend that anyone who would like to ride a scooter looks to buy something in one of two power ranges. While a scooter can reach up to and even beyond the 700cc mark, we recommend that you try and stay in two very particular limits.They are 50cc UK scooters, and 125cc scooters. We sell both ranges at Direct Bikes.

We’ll break down the main reasons in a moment, but we first want to take a quick look at why you would be better off making your investment in a scooter from this particular range, at least in terms of the engine power.

50cc scooters

50cc scooters are mostly the smallest kind of scooter that you could buy and ride on the road legally. You do get some smaller models again, such as a 49cc scooter, but the leading majority of 50cc scooters that you can buy will be the lowest road speed possible. With a 50cc scooter, you can look forward to picking up something that is going to give you a top speed of around 30 miles per hour.

That will give you a really impressive scooter speed; exactly the kind of solution that you should be on the lookout for as a beginner rider. However, for some people – such as those driving on motorways – having just a 30mph speed limit will not be enough for you. Regardless of riding experience, 30mph is just not fast enough for the motorway.

If that is the case, what can you do? We recommend that you take a look at some 125cc scooters if you want a bit more speed and power.

125cc scooters

Arguably the best class of scooter to buy is the humble 125cc scooter. The main reason is that a scooter like this can give you the speed that you need, with a top speed of around 60 miles per hour. The one thing you will notice, though, is that our 125cc scooters tend to not to cost much more than a 50cc model. They also don’t lose anything in terms of the handling that can come with a smaller model.

That’s a big reason why we recommend that you look at buying 125cc scooters if your main concern is pure top speed. At 60mph, you should have no problem getting around both in a city and on larger roads across the UK. However, you should absolutely take the time to look at what you are going to use that scooter for. There’s often a suitable choice for you personally.

Which UK scooters should I consider?

This can be a hard question to answer. The best thing that you could do is that you could pick up the phone and contact Direct Bikes. Our customer support staff can ask you a few questions about your biking needs, such as:

  • What kind of budget are you looking to put aside to buy a bike today?
  • Do you need a lot of storage space? Or would you rather travel light?
  • Are you going to need to go faster than 30 miles per hour on a regular basis?
  • What kind of fuel consumption would you be able to afford with a scooter?
  • How can you make the most of your scooter? What do you do for a living?

By going through these questions with you, the Direct Bikes team should have a much clearer idea about what bikes would be a good choice for you. Our staff can whittle down choices based on all of the answers that you can give them on the above questions. This will help to make sure that you can get the help that you need to try and push forward to make a choice.

From choosing the right size of engine for you to making sure it has enough accessories and storage space, there is much to consider. That’s why you should look to get help by speaking to the Direct Bikes staff. Staff have an in-depth knowledge of all Direct Bikes UK scooters, which will mean that you can easily buy a model that feels like a good investment for you personally.

So, why not take a look at the selections available? You might just see a model of scooter that you would be happy to ride. We recommend that you think carefully about where, when, and how you intend to use your scooter. This can help you to make a much more informed choice, rather than an impulse purchase.

Of course, if you would rather make a purchase online you can do so. Simply add your chosen UK scooter to your basket, complete the purchase on our SSL-secured platform. Then, choose your delivery date.We’ll arrange to bring everything you to you within one to three working days of your purchase being confirmed. Sound like a good deal? Then check out our stock at Direct Bikes today!

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