The 2010 Flyscooters Cadenza model is built in China. It was first introduced in 2007, and has since proven itself to be a worthy scooter built for both commuters and joyriders. The Flyscooters Cadenza is considered a fast and fun city scooter. The business team behind the Flyscooters brand works closely with its Chinese manufacturing partners to ensure the highest-quality scooter experience for its Cadenza loyalists, no matter their levels of experience.
The 2010 Flyscooters Cadenza is a Scooter Style Motorcycle, equipped with a 150cc, air-cooled, single-cylinder, OHV, four-stroke engine and a continuously variable transmission (CVT). It has a telescopic fork front suspension, while the rear suspension consists of a twin-sided swing arm. This will give a smooth ride over gravel, speed bumps, and unpaved roads, though the scooter is not necessarily recommended for long stretches. The Flyscooters Cadenza comes with both front and rear hydraulic disc brakes, which is ideal for a scooter of this size, and its handling for braking is superb. The Flyscooters Cadenza has a dry weight of 282 pounds, despite its generous size, and it features 16-inch wheels, so anyone small to extra-large can ride it comfortably.
The Flyscooters Cadenza is the perfect introductory commuter vehicle. Although it is a 150cc bike, it can easily reach a top speed of 60 mph while accommodating two riders on a double vinyl seat. A crouched single rider can gain an extra five mph or more, especially after having warmed the scooter up. This bike handles the curves nicely, and won’t lose grip or misbehave. It rides without scraping the pavement, even with heavier passengers. The modern plastic body is built on a steel frame, and is exquisite in any of the few available color options: Laurel Canyon Red with Charcoal Black, Midnight Black with Charcoal Black, or Pearl White with Heritage Grey. You’ll be interviewed at every gas station for details on this handsome scooter. There is very little vibration when riding the Cadenza, which means no numb arms after riding.
The storage areas on the Flyscooters Cadenza are spacious for those who need them. The front storage compartment is wide but not very deep, although it stands tall and is divided sensibly. The Cadenza comes with standard lockable storage and a midsize rear rack, along with under-seat storage space. It may not be as spacious as other models, but the design is made to keep the scooter compact, and low to the ground. Concerned riders looking for a bit more space can keep small necessities in the dash storage compartment with ease.
The battery of the 2010 Flyscooters Cadenza is situated under the seat, as is the fuel tank, which is set slightly farther back than normal. This design set-up helps keep the scooter compact. The Cadenza scooter is perfect for both regular work commuting and typical city-dwelling purposes. Drivers can expect to get 72 mpg, combined with a 1.5-gallon tank, so you’ll be riding while saving some money on gas. This is a sexy, modern scooter with the attitude of a motorcycle and classic, angular looks. The instrument cluster has a pretty blue glow and comes with a large clock that includes date, time, and a stopwatch for timing trips or friendly races. The instrument panel is handsome with chrome details and comes standard with a fuel gauge, speedometer, and odometer. This scooter will get you wherever you are going in comfortable, quiet, and smooth style.