How to get a Honda Scooter Motorcycle in Plano

Al Lamb’s Dallas Honda is a major dealer in motorcycles in Plano. Among their wide range of motorcycles they have in stock include the Scooter motorcycles. The scooter motorcycle is a two-wheeled motorcycle that has a floorboard which can be stood upon when riding the motorcycle. The scooter motorcycle has also has a seat and a small wheel. The scooter motorcycle’s features include a step-through frame and flat floorboard for the rider’s feet. The history of scooter motorcycles could be traced back to the 1900s. Hildebrand & Wolfmuller produced the first commercial motorcycle in 1894. The first generation of scooters was however known as motorped was produced in 1915. Scooter manufacturers increased after the World War I. The second generation of scooters was produced in California starting from 1936. They were more powerful and they were the first scooters that used a continuously variable transmission (CVT). The third generation of scooters was produced after the World War II in 1946 and they were produced using aircraft design and materials. After the World War II, Germany’s aviation industry were stopped from producing aircrafts and most of them had to stay in business by manufacturing other machines such as bicycles, sewing machines, automobile parts and motorcycles.

During the 1980s, some newer models of scooters were produced and became in common in Japan and some parts of Asia. The new designs of scooters were large, sporty with higher-performance motorcycles.

Honda was also leaders in the scooter motorcycle production especially with their production of Honda Ruckus. Honda further introduced Honda CN250 popularly known as Helix or Spazio Fusion in 1986. Even though it had low speeds, it could be ridden for long distances.

Recent developments have led to the production of classic scooters having large engines and large tires. Some of the scooters also have engines with integral counterbalancing, cast aluminum frames as well as cross-linked brake systems. Some of them also come with luxury features such as heated hand grips, radio, windshield, start button, full instrumentation and alarm.

There also some models of scooters that came with three wheels. Unless most motorcycles that has two tires. Larger scooter or touring scooter known as maxi-scooter has engines ranging from 250 to 850 cc and has a frame that is larger than normal scooter frames. Honda PS250 is an example of the Maxi-Scooter.

Another type of scooter is the enclosed scooter which has a roof and a windscreen. An example of the enclosed scooter is the Honda Gyro Canopy.

Due to stricter environmental laws regarding emissions, many scooters now come with four-stroke engines. There are also scooters that now run on electricity as well as petroleum hybrid-electric motorcycles.

Scooters are very common in most parts of Europe, the Mediterranean, Japan, Taiwan and Italy. They are also common in developing countries such as China, India, Vietnam, Thailand and Indonesia. Scooter and motorcycles sales are more than automobiles sales in many countries. Some other countries such as Taiwan have special lanes for motorcycle riders. They also help for easier movement and navigation in countries with very high population and traffic.

The model of scooter motorcycles available at Al Lamb’s Honda Dallas store includes:

  • 2013 Honda FSC600A Silver Wing with 582cc liquid-cooled four-stroke parallel-twin
  • 2014 Honda NCH50 Metropolitan with 49cc single-cylinder four-stroke
  • 2013 Honda NCH Metropolitan with 49cc single-cylinder four-stroke
  • 2014 Honda NP550 Ruckus with 49cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke
  • 2014 Honda NP550 Ruckus with 49cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke
  • 2014 Honda NSS300 Forza with 279cc liquid-cooled single cylinder four-stroke
  • 2014 Honda NSS300 Forza ABS with 279cc liquid-cooled single cylinder four-stroke.

2015 Honda PCX150 153cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke

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