After 25 years of building high quality motorized scooters for a wide variety of customers, Go-Ped has now developed what it believes is the perfect machine for a vary large segment of motorized scooter enthusiasts.
The larger air filled tires on the GSR Cruiser make navigating through bumps and chuckholes a snap and the perfect machine for the customer wanting a quiet, reliable and economical motorized scooter with excellent performance, but also for the beginners wanting an affordable, safe and easy to learn first powered scooter.
The GSR Cruiser is also the perfect machine for motor heads, tinkers, and the after market community, as chassis upgrades and screaming engine mods are widely available for a seemingly endless combination of customization.
The fuel efficient, powerful and quiet GPL290 engine provides a smooth yet thrilling acceleration to reach speeds above 21 mph in its stock configuration with enough power to easily propel even the heaviest of operators.
The GSR Cruiser frame is the bullet proof using very successful single sided cantilevered 4130 Chromoly GSR chassis with cantilevered 4130 fork. The popular 10 inch pneumatic TT racing tires are on ultra light high impact polymer rims front and rear perfecting the package.
Power is delivered to the rear wheel through a centrifugal clutch and chain drive for easy operation, just hop on and pull the throttle to Go.
Stopping power comes from the very efficient front Mad Dog brake caliper and double ground and hardened stainless steel Wave disc rotor. The rear brake mount is ready for the optional rear brake upgrade for increased stopping power needed on highly modified machines.
The folding handlebar is a sturdy 6061 T6 welded "T" bar providing unmatched handling and control so your Go-Ped will take you wherever you tell it to eXpress your freedom.
10" Diameter (outer) Kenda 671 Tires 3.00-4 (4" Rim)
Posted by Dane on 25th Mar 2020
I have the older version of this model and it's an absolute blast. I started on a sport (a brilliant design on its own) but wanted to go faster and the air tires make that an easier task. This scooter is pretty lightweight thanks to a lot of clever design features and the use of good materials-the lack of weight really helps out whether you're commuting or building up a racer. Mine is all built up with a lot of aftermarket parts but if you leave it stock it would be better for those longer rides and commuting. The RC style engine has fantastic parts availability and is impressive for its size. I really like that the scooter itself is made here and that goped has always been good about keeping replacement parts available.
My only gripe is that the chain can be high maintenance, but I got good at keeping it lubed and adjusted right so working on it is faster and less frequent. I've also seen complaints of a little handlebar wobble from the folding mechanism but I honestly don't notice it when riding.
All prices are in USD.