We have 6 but I'm trying the sell the Piaggio MP3 250, but we're in Ohio. It really turns heads with the 2 wheels in the front! It's just been too heavy for the wife so she's sticking with the Spyder until we get another scooter that she can handle.
I love scooters, my first bike was a Honda Reflex.
Look at that dash on the Reflex, for those unfamiliar with big scoots that large lever on the right of the dash is a parking brake. It's needed because the transmission is a CVT and if you park on the sidestand it could roll off the stand and fall down.
My first action shot riding a bike, thought I was really hustling. The Reflex actually handled really well but it wasn't all that quick but it did have a top speed of 80mph which I never saw because it was so twitchy at high speeds.
The bike did make me really happy. I rode it for 20,000+ miles from new and even did two or three tours on it. Big scooters are great for touring if comfort is your main goal, lot's of weather protection, comfortable seat and ergos and watertight underseat storage. Very nice.
Matter of fact the first time I had a fleet of three bikes, two of them were scooters. To be fair the white KYMCO is my then girlfriend and now wife's bike but I rode it more than she did.
In order from left to right, a 2003 Honda Reflex ABS, 1984 Honda Nighthawk CB650SC and a 2007 KYMCO Grand Vista. The Nighthawk was my first motorcycle.
Sorry about all the scoot photos but KnobbyGuy's reply got me getting all nostalgic about my first bike.
Cat's out of the bag, so to speak. On Friday Serena finally realized something was wrong or different. We got in the car that is parked behind the bikes in the garage to go out for dinner and drinks. Did not notice at that time but upon our return later she said, "Hi two bikes" and then there was a pause and then the lightbulb goes on. She asked me when and if I sold the Ninja. I told her it was last week when she was traveling and that it's been missing from the garage for five days since her return.