I love my Fly150. I call her Sweet Pea. Can you flat foot? I on my toes at the intersection but I don't find that much of a problem. Here is a copy of some information about winterizing your scoot:
Some of you mentioned "winterizing" your scooters... If there are any "newbies" unfamiliar with the havoc that the winter months can wreak on your bike, here's the drill:
If you keep it in an unheated garage, be sure to drain out the fuel before tucking it in for it's long winter's nap. This involes draining the tank, and then running the engine until ALL of the fuel is gone from the carb & fuel lines. This is especially important if your bike has a 2-stroke engine. Also -- this is very important -- remove the battery and take it into the house! If it's allowed to freeze, it'll be junk. Put the battery someplace where it will be kept at a relatively constant temperature. (I keep all of my bike batteries on my workbench.) All batteries need to be charged after sitting for several months, and since it's out of the bike, it's just that much easier!
If your bike is in a heated garage, drain the gas if you're sure that you won't be riding for more than 3 months. If you're probably gonna go for a ride on New Years Day ( I ALWAYS do!), then don't worry about draining the fuel. You might also want to disconnect one of the battery terminals.
If you are forced to keep your bike outdoors for the winter, at the very least cover it with a blanket, and then a plastic tarp over the blanket, then tie everything down securely to prevent the wind from tearing off the covering. This is to be done after draining the fuel and removing the battery. Or, you could always bring it into the living room!
Hope this helps.
Here is a picture of Sweetpea:
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