A metal bodied scooter for under three grand! The Royal Alloy GP 125 AC scooter gives you that and a lot more besides.
If you want the traditional look and feel of a vintage scooter then this is for you all wrapped up in a low emissions Euro 4 class scooter (exempt from London's ULEZ charges). There is an air cooled, fuel injection, 125cc engine with an automatic CVT transmission. A practical and comfortable king/queen split saddle adds to the retro styling and comfort.
All round disk brakes fitted to the large 12 inch wheels all adds to the smooth and secure handling of this scooter. From a practical point of view the included rear luggage rack is handy and extra storage can be added with a traditional style front folding rack as an extra (not included).
The GP 125 AC includes a comprehensive 2 year manufacturers warranty.
Prices exclude £150 OTR charges for freight, PDI, road tax, registration and plates.
Full technical specifications available here.
What License Do I Need?
You will need a CBT or full motorcycle license.
To arrange a test ride please get in touch.
We painstakingly designed and built this unique kit from scratch, choosing only suppliers that met the quality and reliability we demand.
Browse the images and then get in touch to arrange to visit our showroom. We can arrange test rides if you call in advance.
Our Project:E kits were specifically designed to be quickly and easily installed at home with only a basic toolset. A simple instruction manual is supplied and no welding or grinding is necessary. We also offer an installation service at our London Workshop for £500 or we can ship the kit to almost anywhere in the world for DIY installation (or with help from a local garage).
All Retrospective Classic scooters and Project:E equipment comes with a full 12 month warranty, covering all parts and labour. New scooters all come with full manufacturer warranties which vary from 12-24 months for the scooters and up to 3 years for the batteries.
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