Schwinn, an American manufacturer of bicycles for more than 100 years, turned out its first motorized two-wheelers in 2005. The Campus 50 motor scooter was one of its first scooters. The Campus 50 is very similar to the Collegiate 50, also introduced that year. Except for colors, the two scooters look the same and have mostly the same specifications The Campus 50 is two pounds heavier than the Collegiate 50, and also has a leading link fork while the Collegiate 50 has a telescopic fork. Both brakes on the Campus 50 are drum, while the sibling only has a rear drum brake. The Campus 50 is an entry-level scooter. It also would be good for an experienced rider who only wants to tool around town. Highway riding is not an option with the Campus 50 as the 49.5 cc engine does not go fast enough; the scooter has a top speed of 28 mph.