What You'll Get
Before scooters, the only way to get wind-tousled hair was to hang upside down from the monkey bars atop the Empire State Building. Fluff your mane with today’s Groupon to Classic Scooter & Cycle. Choose between the following options:
- For $500, you get $1,200 toward a scooter or motorcycle.
- For $1,499, you get a Sym Fiddle II 125cc (a $2,298 value).
One of Oregon’s largest scooter dealers, Classic Scooter & Cycle populates its 10,000-square-foot showroom with many motorized flavors of two-wheeled transport, from retro-styled Vespas to tricked-out Ural Sidecars. The Sym Fiddle II 125cc dares daily errands to evade its sleek, retro silhouette and 59 mph top speeds, ingratiating itself to wardrobes by color-matching riders’ eyes with a choice of dazzling red, jade green, or marshmallow-white hues. Twin tanks totaling 3.42 unleaded gallons fuel excursions up to 362 miles before the rider must stop for a pull on the gas pump, and an automatic transmission and maximum 8.38 horsepower puts Paul Revere’s 1.0-horsepower manual steed to shame.
Alternatively, use your $1,200 credit to adopt an alternate two-wheeled vehicle from Classic Scooter & Cycle’s selection. As maneuverable as bicycles, but without the need for a hamster village to pedal them, scooters such as the classic Vespa LX 50 4V ($3,299) or the Genuine Buddy 50 ($1,999) weave through traffic travesties with ease, transforming commutes into adventures and narrow spaces into luxurious parking spots. Postpurchase, a two-year warranty and a service center staffed by factory-trained technicians ensure worry-free jaunts down winding roads and carefree capering through ill-advised short cuts.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 22, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person for all options, may buy 2 additional as gifts for the Sym Fiddle Scooter option. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid until 9/21/11 at 12:00PM. In-store only. Extra fee for shipping. Title, registration, prep and fees not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.