Scooters Ideal for the Independent Woman

The Scooter - synonymous with freedom, effortlessly stylish and increasingly popular worldwide as a means to commute to work or explore the world on a budget.


United Kingdom – WEBWIRE – Monday, April 28, 2014

Often seen in many films associated with freedom, travel and independence, the scooter is also synonymous with empowering women in cinema.

The Scooter - synonymous with freedom, effortlessly stylish and increasingly popular worldwide as a means to commute to work or explore the world on a budget. The ridiculously fuel efficient means of transportation has been a staple in the lives of many London inner city dwellers looking to beat the traffic and get around whilst avoiding congestion charges.

Predominantly associated with a male audience, the scooter is enjoying a renaissance of late around the globe, especially with female riders. With rising fuel prices affecting families and of course students ever more, Scooters have become one of the best ways to get around as an alternative to public transport.

India especially, has taken notice of women’s needs for agile and light transportation, creating dedicated women’s scooter stores in response to the 20 per cent rise in sales of scooters since December alone.  Young, independent women are taking advantage of the cheap to run and go-anywhere capabilities that scooters have always represented.

Offering an alternative and somewhat safer option to public transport, a scooter is ideal for when you need commute to work, university or meet friends without waiting around for a bus or train.

Often seen in many films associated with freedom, travel and independence, the scooter is also synonymous with empowering women in cinema.

Perhaps one of the most celebrated scenes involving women and their scooters would be Audrey Hepburn’s role in Roman Holiday (1952) - Quite possibly one of the most famous scooter scenes in cinematic history.

Hepburn plays Ann, the crown princess of an unspecified country on a European tour. Through a serious of unfortunate events, she meets Joe Bradley played by Gregory Peck, what follows is a true Oscar winning love story that eventually leads to a famous scooter scene that sees the couple tour Rome, with Hepburn taking the handle bars.

Hepburn’s haphazard ride through Rome, which culminates in a trip to the police station, has now become part of popular culture and is associated with the freedom and empowerment scooters are famous for, inspiring many other directors to portray fiercely independent women as scooter riders in their films.

Kymco have a range of scooters ideal for the female rider. The Agility 50 weighs in at just 92kg, which makes it one of the most agile and lightweight scooters on the market. Super-cheap to run the Agility 50 can achieve on average 120 miles to the gallon, making it one of the most affordable scooters available today, priced at just £1199.

Whether you need to get to work quickly, or just need to get out and about; the ‘Let’s Go…!’ aesthetic of Kymco scooters is geared up for those women who want to be on the move.

Visit www.kymco.co.uk today for more information on the fuel efficient and ready-to-go scooters ideal for female riders.


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