Daelim Scooters Edinburgh

Scooters are an eco-friendly, cost-saving mode of transportation that many people are turning to as an alternative to owning a car. Below you’ll find related articles as well as local companies and providers that will help you in your search for Daelim scooters.

Saltire Suzuki
0131 478 6661 / 07976 408 430
Eclipse M/C S
01875 611400
5-7 Elphinstone Road
C&J Wilson Ltd
01506 856751
23-25 West Main Street
Dbj Motorsport Ltd
01466 760787
Riggins Farm Cairnie
Drysdale Motorcycles Ltd
01738 451050
1 St Leonards Bank
Two Wheels
36 Peffermill Road
Eclipse M/C'S
01875 611 400
5-7 Elphinstone Road
Drysdale Agricultural Engineering
01592 840686
Park House Farm
Scotspeed Motorcycles Ltd
01387 265050
2-6 Nith Place
Atv Services Scotland (Hollybush)
01292 560239
Meadow Park

Daelim Cordi Review

If you just want a quick summary of Daelim Cordi, here it is. It’s small light and about average for a 50cc scooter. Now if you want a bit more detail read on…be warned given the Cordi is not the most exciting scooter ever made I ‘may’ go a little off topic.

Have you ever wanted a scooter that would fit in a backpack? I have, I mean think about it. You jump off the ferry open the backpack and wammo…seconds later you’re scootering along…perfect. With the Daelim Cordi it’s fairly unlikely but equally it is plausible. If the lads at Mythbusters did a show on scooter backpacking they’d have to agree. Okay…the Cordi wouldn’t fit in a regular backpack and at 77kgs it wouldn’t be something you’d want to carry for very long. Oh and you’d look like a complete idiot carrying it, but… if you’d didn’t mind straining you’re back, looking like a twat and possibly setting yourself on fire from a hot exhaust this is the scooter backpacking model you’ve always dreamed of. In fairness I’d have to say that if you’re dreaming of scooters that will fit in a backpack…you really need to get out more. Then again we can’t really control what we dream about, I once had a dream about a large spiny Cuttlefish having ‘relations’ with an ant eater…and I’m not even ‘in to’ Cuttlefish, I much prefer a Rock Cod; now that’s a hot fish.

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