The 2010 Flyscooters Hero is manufactured in China and is also available in the Flyscooters Hero 50. The Hero comes in black or red, both with matte black as a complementary color. Flyscooters are custom-built, meaning the company takes more time to work with its Chinese manufacturers in order to ensure they are using the best possible parts for the bikes. It takes longer to produce scooters this way, but the quality of the scooters over comparable Chinese-built models is apparent. Not to mention that Flyscooters is known for designing modern scooters while retaining the classic looks of scooters from a bygone era.
The 2010 Flyscooters Hero has a modern body built from plastic that is set over a steel frame. This is one of the more stunning of Flyscooters’ models. It comes with standard driver and passenger floorboards, as well as a rear fender guard for riding comfort. The double vinyl seat rests 31 inches off the ground, with a step-through design that makes it easy for both passengers to find their comfort zones while speeding around for a joyride or heading to work. Ultimately, this scooter is the ideal model for everyday neighborhood riding. The seat is softer than most scooters, which is a part of Flyscooters’s goal, and is a minor example of how Flyscooters doesn’t skimp on comfort or durability.
The 2010 Flyscooters Hero is equipped with a 50cc, air-cooled, single-cylinder, OHV, two-stroke engine with a continuously variable transmission (CVT). This is an incredibly quiet scooter for a two-stroke engine, which is a plus for every rider. The pick-up on this model is quick, and the scooter glides through the streets with ease. The front suspension is a telescopic fork suspension, while the rear consists of a single-sided swing arm transmission. The Flyscooters Hero takes corners like a rail and handles the bumpier roads better than most comparable models.
The 2010 Flyscooters Hero has front and rear hydraulic disc brakes for easy stops during any season. The Hero handles exceptionally well in both wet and dry conditions, perfect for beginner or novice riders. The instrument panel is located directly between the handle bars and comes equipped with the standard speedometer, trip odometer, and fuel level gauges. This lends an elegant look to an already handsome bike.
The Flysccoters Hero has a top speed of around 50 mph, but it can hit even greater speeds, extending over 55 mph, after the scooter has been opened up. Riders who prefer a crouched sitting position find that they gain that extra speed with ease. This scooter is best for neighborhood commuting and city dwellers, but definitely holds up well on longer, high-speed jaunts.
The 2010 Hero comes with standard lockable storage and plenty of room under the seat for a spare helmet, grocery runs, and minor accessories. This is one of the lightest scooters on the market, with a dry weight of just 187 pounds, making the handling of this scooter easy for younger riders and just plain fun for more experienced riders. The Flyscooter Hero is one of the more modern-looking scooters the company produces. Even with its good looks, the Flyscooters brand always delivers the best-quality scooters due to its close relationships with manufacturers and high expectations of its dealers' relationships with customers.