Win a Sym Symba Scoota!

Sym Symba scooter

The Symba could be just about the coolest scooter on the showroom floor. With its retro minimalist looks, light weight and exposed engine, it is the perfect blank canvas for custom bike shops and backyard DIYers. Enter our exciting competition below and you could win one!
Here
are a few ideas on ways you could customise your Symba if you are the lucky winner!  

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Dress it up with wild paint, extra mirrors, chrome high-rise bars and you could make it a scooter/chopper. Throw on some ballooned tyres, clip-on bars and rear-set pegs and it becomes a cafe racer. Or maybe give it some knobby tyres, a high pipe and MX bars for that scrambler effect.

The basics are all there. A reliable and flexible 101cc four-stroke engine, four-speed semi-auto transmission, retro drum brakes, telescopic forks, adjustable rear suspension and 17-inch wheels that will handle whatever the urban landscape throws at you.

Keep it as a two-up machine, or take off the removable pillion saddle, fold in the rear foot pegs and passenger handle, and it quickly becomes a solo ride.

And the scooter has the backing of good build quality from SYM Motors, the Taiwanese manufacturer who has been making scooters since 1954. They also manufacture motorcycles, ATVs, mini-trucks, busses and have a deal with Hyundai of South Korea to make cars in Taiwan.

To enter the competition to win a Sym Symba Scoota simply fill out the form below.


8 Comments

  1. I would put side baskets on it for those quick trips to the store. I would also fix a Rod holder so I could ride it to the river & go fishing. I’m sure I would build a small cart to haul my tent & other camping gear.

  2. I’d customise it to look like the vintage scooter in “Roman Holiday”. What a hoot to ride it around our beachfront dressed as Audrey Hepburn!

  3. My plan is to fit a cosy sidecar, some dual-purpose tyres, a bigger fuel tank, heavier fork oil, and some beefier rear shocks. All then ready for my ’round Australia trip with the missus.

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