E-TON America Beamer II Motorcycles Reviews (3)
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2005-08-30 2005 E-TON America Beamer II Scooters View Listings

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This scooter is awesome and fun to ride. It has plenty of zip and has a great style. I get more compliments on the looks of the scooter. So far I am very happy and it was nicely priced. The tires are big and solid. I have a lot of hills where I live and it is taking them well. I just love the color (yellow). I highly recommend it so far.
- vettekid, mystic, Connecticut

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2005-07-14 2005 E-TON America Beamer II Scooters View Listings

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I just got a new beamer 2. I have really enjoyed the quality of this scooter. Although I can only get it up to 35 mph, since I still have the governor on, it is a very comfortable, quiet and smooth ride. This way you won't tick off your neighbors.
- Billy, Indianapolis, Indiana

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2005-04-28 2005 E-TON America Beamer II Scooters View Listings

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I've been a cycle enthusiast since I was 14 years old when my dad bought me my first bike, a BSA Bantam 150 cc two stroke. I loved that bike even though it wouldn't warrant a second glance in todays competitive market. I'm now nearly 62 and have had a bike of one kind or another all my life. I currently have sold all my cycles having found the joy of maxi scooters but I find myself always going 90 to nothing from one place to another on another Iron Butt ride to rack up another long list of rides for the sake of eating up the miles. My wife just doesn't understand and has a Yamaha Razz that she rides and I share during the week running daily errands and such. She has mentioned that I ought to get me one so we could ride together of an evening. On a lark, I spotted the E-Ton at a dealer and bought it for her. She was estatic. It was red. I took her old Razz and off we went to discover the paved backroads around the small town where we live. I am so miffed. She took off and I never caught up till I met her at the cafe of the next little town we were riding to. The very next day, I went to the dealer and bought me one. These things are a blast to ride around on in the country. The're so quiet we sneak up on sheep in the fields and honk our horns and you should see the little sheep skurry about running into one another not knowing what to do. It's a hoot. Let me tell you about these things. I had never heard of E-Ton before I bought one but the dealer said he's handled them for several years and not a problem has surfaced. Parts supply has been excellent he says in terms of a tip over for mirrors or other parts replacement. The engine sounds busier than the Razz which is probably where it gets it power from. The bike reeks of quality and has features I wish some of the larger cycles had, such as turn signal clickers. The mirrors are dead-still (no vibration) and the engine is isolated so well you can barely feel it and then only under power acceleration. I thought 30mph was all we could expect out of this little 50 but boy was I wrong. Now, don't tell anyone but if you clip the rev limiter wire it will run up to 50mph with no problem. Now, I don't regularly do this, but it is capable of it and will do it. I normally ride the back roads with the misses at 35 to 40mph and it seems to run out well at that speed and I feel I'm not over taxing the engine there. This is a quality little scoot that should be advertized better. It seems to be a second brand at major dealerships. I rate it as first class. Good quality plastic. Great finish. A front hydraulic disc for crying out loud. Fat 10 inch tires front and back that give a remarkably good ride. Tires that seem to be able to handle sand or dirt if called upon. Great lights and suspension. I could go on. I just am enamoured by these things. The're a hoot to ride around on and did I mention I get 100 mpg? My wife gets 107mpg, but I outweigh her by a hundred pounds. With gas in excess of 2.25 a gallon, you could do worse than get yourself one of these.
- Richard, Lindsborg, Kansas

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