Looking for a dirt-bike type moped, any recommendations?

Hey guys. I hope this is the right thread for these type of questions.

I've moved to London England a little while back to start university and now that i know the city a bit more id like to get a moped again. I used to have a 79 Honda PA50 back home and i really loved it, however since the country side as well as the city is at my door step now id like something that is a bit more "dirtbike like". I've recently been obsessing over the Gilera trails. I love to top tank, its 5 speed manual which is a great way to get used to having a clutch if i ever decide to get a motorcycle. Its small and it seem like it can handle off road trails as well as the city roads quite well.

Other than the Gilera (which im having a hard time finding for a decent price) are there any other mopeds which come to mind with the same type of look?

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Re: Looking for a dirt-bike type moped, any recommendations?

Overpriced Parts /

Where your at you have to look there .

The states have different bikes and in some states small duel purpose motorcycles are Legal as mopeds.

Just look for a small motorcycle don't worry about it if it has petals or not.

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Patrick Keaton /

A decent price is 1200 pounds.

That is the minimum price they go for.

Re: Looking for a dirt-bike type moped, any recommendations?

lookup motoped you will like it.

Re: Looking for a dirt-bike type moped, any recommendations?

Check out Funkey Mopeds

Funkey Mopeds

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Downhill Harvey (OFMC) /

Re: Looking for a dirt-bike type moped, any recommendations?

Jesse James(PsyclomoteurMontreal) /

Look for a Yamaha DT50

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Re: Looking for a dirt-bike type moped, any recommendations?

Suzuki ts50x

Re: Looking for a dirt-bike type moped, any recommendations?

http://www.tomos.si/slo/modeli/moped/alpino-45

They have these in Europe. They have a 4-speed transmission geared for off-road, so it's a 50-cc 2-stroke dual sport motorcycle.

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