Where to Buy a Scooter in Toronto

Where to Buy a Scooter in Toronto

Scooters aren’t exactly the best thing since sliced bread, but you’ll have a hard time convincing the urban scooteristi of that. So where to buy a scooter in Toronto? There are several options. Dealerships Naturally, dealerships come to mind and carry both new and used inventory. See this page where we list all dealerships and garages in the Greater Toronto Area which ...

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Scooter Dealerships and Garages in Toronto

Scooter Dealerships and Garages in Toronto

Studio Cycle Group Address: 2923 Dundas Street West Toronto, ON M6P 1Z1 Phone: 416-766-5300 Web: studiocyclegroup.com Sells New: Yes – KYMCO Sells Used: Yes – All Brands Service: Yes – All Brands Corsa Meccanica Address: 34 Futurity Gate, Suite 1 Vaughan, ON L4K 1S6 Phone: 905-760-9933 Web: corsameccanica.com Sells New: Yes – Aprilia, Piaggio, Vespa Sells Used: Yes – All Brands Service: Yes – All ...

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Scooter Licensing in Toronto

Scooter Licensing in Toronto

There are three levels of M class license available to scooter riders in Toronto, and the Ontario Ministry of Transportation website is pretty vague. Here we will list these licenses, as well as their requirements, restrictions, and duration. There is also an “L” variant which we will discuss at the end. M1 Motorcycle License Acquired by: Written test, no appointment ...

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Why Ride a Scooter in Toronto

Why Ride a Scooter in Toronto

Riding a scooter is fun, empowering, practical, trendy, economical and green-friendly way to change your life. A scooter will take you places in and around Toronto you’ve never been, and you’ll see the city and its wonders in a whole new light. Here are seven reasons why you should ride a scooter in Toronto. 1) Riding a scooter is cheap The ...

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Aprilia SR 50 Motard

Aprilia SR Motard 50 Review

The Aprilia Motard 50 is the only scooter Aprilia currently offers for sale in North America. It’s a sporty looking scooter with low profile tires based on the Piaggio Typhoon 50, a model which has been in production since 1993. The decals and front fender are different than the Typhoon, and the Motard rolls on 14″ rims which will help to ...

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Honda Ruckus

Honda Ruckus Review

The Ruckus was Honda’s first venture into the Canadian scooter market. It has a unique, barebones look. Think of it as the Jeep Wrangler Sport of 50cc scooters. No frills, but it has rugged looks in spades. At one point a 250cc version, called the “Big Ruckus” was available, but for the moment only a 50cc model is available. The ...

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Honda Giorno Review

Honda Giorno Review

The Honda Giorno represents Honda’s cute and cuddly little scooter, at least compared to it’s rugged-looking sibling, the Ruckus. A 50cc four stroke scooter, with front and rear drum brakes rather than disk brakes, the Giorno travels at up to 60 km/hr. The little scooter excels in fuel economy. According to MotorScooterGuide, “real world economy in mixed conditions should be right around ...

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Four Stroke vs. Two Stroke Scooters

Coming soon. Information regarding four stroke scooters compared to two stroke scooters in the City of Toronto.

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Parking

Coming soon. Information regarding the current parking situation for scooters in the City of Toronto.

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What Size Scooter Should I Buy?

Coming soon. Information and advice on what size scooter you should based on your needs and physical size, in the City of Toronto.

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