2010 Flyscooters Pico Review


Flyscooters has been making the Pico model since 2010; it is fabricated in China. The Pico is constructed of a steel frame holding a plastic body with crescent curves, lending this classy scooter an authentic feel. The Flyscooters Pico is one of the lightest available from the manufacturer, with a dry weight of 178 pounds, a 1.3-gallon fuel capacity, and gas mileage of 96 mpg.

With a playful seat height of just 27 inches and a length of 67.4 inches, the Flyscooters Pico scooter model is nothing short of a joyride for nearly any scooter enthusiast. The Pico has a step-through design, grab handles, and comes with 2.6 horsepower to keep you moving on your jaunts about town. The Flyscooters Pico consists of a telescopic fork front suspension, while the rear suspension has a single-sided swing arm. The Pico has front hydraulic disc brakes and rear drum brakes to ensure you can stop on a dime. The Flyscooters Pico's instrument panel is tucked under the handle bars and comes completely equipped with a speedometer, trip odometer, and fuel levels.

The Pico scooter has been tested at a top speed of 40 mph, making this model the perfect candidate for neighborhood commuting to a job that’s close by, or for an afternoon running errands around town. The engine displacement to weight is 0.28, making for easy ride sharing on the double vinyl seat. This feature also allows for a comfortable sitting-up riding style. The footrests give both riders on the scooter plenty of foot room, which makes dual-riding a simple pleasure.

The 2010 Flyscooters Pico scooter has a lockable storage unit, as well as a rear rack that is suitable for routine trips to the grocery store to stock up on weekly supplies. Beneath the seat, the scooter features enough space for a spare helmet to be tucked away safely, along with snacks, gloves, sunglasses, beach towels, and other necessary items. The minimum age requirement for jumping on the Flyscooters Pico is 16 years old, making this scooter a wonderful vehicle for teaching your slightly older teenage kids how to properly ride.

New For 2010

  • N/A

2010 Flyscooters Pico Specs

  • Model: Pico
  • Engine Type: Single-cylinder, four-stroke
  • Bore and Stroke: 1.53 x 1.63 inches
  • Compression ratio: 10.5:1
  • Valve Train: OHV
  • Induction: Carburetor
  • Ignition: Electric/kick
  • Transmission: Continuously Variable (CVT)
  • Final Drive: Belt
  • Fuel Capacity: 1.3 gallons
  • Estimated Fuel Economy: 96 mpg
  • Brakes (Front): Hydraulic Disc
  • Brakes (Rear): Drum
  • Suspension (Front): Telescopic Fork
  • Suspension (Rear): Single-Sided Swing Arm
  • Wheelbase: 47.2 inches
  • Seat Height: 27 inches
  • Curb Weight: 178 pounds
  • Tires (Front): 3.0 x 10
  • Tires (Rear): 3.0 x 10


  • Color choices: orange, blue, red, black, green, or yellow—all of which come with white
  • 12-month Warranty

Key Competitors For The 2010 Flyscooters Pico

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