Written on: 19/12/2013 by peugeotking (1 review written)
i had my bike for 2 months and in the uk the weather is really bad and i love my bike so much start on the first kick still and all the lights work love the make peugeot the thing i dont like is where you can get a lot of smoke aon 2t and but i dont care aslong it get me a to b then happy day and merry xmas !!… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/07/2013
bought at 7000km now its done 22000 total, changed discs, maintained it ok as per haines manual, changed tyres... had one prob when the cooling fan plastic was dislodged, fixed it by putting it back, and wore out a candle. and a spider made a fluff nest in an air hole of the carburettor, and that's the only probs. this wrc has much better suspension than standard trekker. it's pretty awesome for a scooter… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/08/2011 by tuone_meiers (1 review written)
i dunno why it is called WRC maybe they have info about the comp somewhere. anyway i checked how many of these sweeties had done more than 20 000k, and on the classifieds website almost half of them were over 20k on sale, whereas only 4 of 140 aprilia rally on sale had done over 20k!!!! so i went for the trekker. i am going 300k to the sea with it. i recommend just cruising at 30kph if you go very far, an looking at the countryside!!! i got mine with 6000k for 550 pounds/600 euro, new looking… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/06/2010
this bike is a all over good runner and gust recently brought this bike and there's a problem with the overflow part ??? i didnt no there was one for the 2 stroke and this problem gust wasted all my 2 stroke can u help me please… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/05/2010
i have one from new its y regs that mean yers2000 and men she is stell going and i do 55mph witsh good you know so yes i do rcommend to fiends and i will buy nother one soon because my moped is old know so any one wana buy one just do it no problemo amigo… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/05/2010
Good quality, very well condition for age, speedy bike. recomended for anybody.. :D could anyone tell me how to de restrict it.?
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Written on: 03/03/2010
the peugeot trekker is very fast and agile can handle off road without any problems… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/06/2009 by Wild Wezel 81 (1 review written)
just got a 2001 Peugeot Trekker 50 Off Road and am over the moon with it. good fun. Ages really well if looked after… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/05/2009 by xx200023120 (1 review written)
The Peugeot Trekker 50 Off Road is a very good nippey bike… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/03/2009 by mnovak77 (1 review written)
the peugeot trekker is very fast and agile, it can be taken offroad without problems. and of course it's very cheap, although it is not the best looking scooter out there… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/03/2009 by fred92 (1 review written)
ive had a Peugeot Trekker 50 Off Road for 5 months its been fine but the spark plug is the wrong place i don't know why peugeot put it there… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/02/2009
The Peugeot Trekker 50 Off Road is a very good all round bike. It was my first bike and I commuted on it almost everyday. Very reliable and fun to ride! Reliable, fast, good build quality. Only bad points is it lacks power on occasion, heavy. Highly recommened… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/02/2009
Ive had my Peugeot Trekker 50 Off Road for a month now and its just seized up the crankshaft snapped. If i were you i wouldnt derestrict as that was the cause. a 50 doing 50 just think of a 1.0l car doing a 1000. Good Looking
Speedy for a 50cc. Only bad points are small petrol tank and it drains the oil… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/01/2009 by hobson46 (1 review written)
Peugeot Trekker 50 Off Road starts 1st time every time and very reliable i use it everyday to get to college and to my girl friends house and go cruzing around with mates. well i have had mine for over 2weeks now its fully deri-stricted and reaches speeds of 60mph, it beets my mates on there speedfight2's eaisy and would recomend this bike. the pull of power is amazing and gets to speed very quik and very good for wheelieing :)… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/05/2008 by woodyboy909 (1 review written)
Im still new to riding so this is my first bike and I love it. Mines the red coloured one and and I find the acceleration very good, well at least compared to my mates. I havent had it de-restricted but I get 45 out of it every time I ride it. Used it daily to travel to and from college (15 mile round trip) for the last 4 months and had no trouble since I sorted it out after the condition the last owner left it in. its done 17000KM and is still a great runner. Recommend the bike to anyone… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/04/2008
in all very Good bike. Handles Very well. Very small and nimble… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/03/2008 by paicey799 (1 review written)
I have had my trekker 100 for about 8 moths now and has given me nothing but aggravation! (when first brought second hand). I had to spend £300 to get it running properly. Wheels aren't exactly what I'd call grippy in wet whether! Although amazingly enough I would recommend this bike to a friend (if you can get hold a a decent one they come relativity cheap cause mine cost £125… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/03/2008 by 123abc321 (1 review written)
I have had my Peugeot trekker 50cc off road for quite some time now and it is very reliable and is better than most mopeds that i see round even thought it is 9 year old, nearly 10. It is an amazing moped and i strongly recommend it… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/03/2008
Had my Peugoet Trekker for 2 years and has hardly ever let me down. Some issues with the automatic choke (replaced twice over the 2 years, both second hand replacements)... But the good thing is that its all mechanical, so no CDI issues to deal with. Parts are easy to come across and they hold value well. Quite rare also! Only ever seen 2 other Trekkers, none of my year and "off-road" styling. Always takes-off well at traffic lights if you like jumping the traffic, and also at speed for getting… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/02/2008
Generally a good bike, doesnt lie rain but apart from that the bike is quite a good little runner! It doesnt like the rain, my bike stops in the rain, as the spark plug is planted right where the spray goes from the back wheel, your going along and the engine will act a little like you have turned the throttle off, however you still have full throttle, and sometimes the engine will even stop!… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/05/2007 by borats (1 review written)
I am very happy with my Peugeot trekker, or TKR as it is sometimes known.
i was surprised, after not riding it for about a week, for it to start first time in -2 temperature conditions.
i have never had any electrical problems, the carburetor has had to be cleaned out once already (didn't cost because still under warranty) and I think it may need doing again as some power is noticeably lost on hills.
The speed is 50-55mph indicated however the real speed is about 40-45mph (tested on two… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/04/2007 by Cliffie (1 review written)
Get nearly 60 (indicated) on my Peugeot Trekker 50 Off Road, which is good for a restricted scooter. Have a full bike licence but love riding this. £50 to buy, £60 to insure and a real buzz. Use this to commute when I can and it cost £5 a week compared to £50 a week in my Scooby. (Yup, I really own a Scooby).
Parts are cheap as you like and plentiful and there is always a breaker on eBay… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/03/2007 by acka2oo6 (1 review written)
Mine has a Rossi blue paint job, 70cc big bore kit, big bore carb, K&N style air filter, Leovince ZX Exhaust and 12" wheels instead of the standard 10". Wrapped them in Michelin Scooter Z tyres, and got a new clutch casing with rollers, but has a 4 stroke CDI from a C90 BCZ. The electrics went on it an blew the CDI, so once I change that to a 2-stroke it will do 65mph, an then when I go on holiday I'm sending the barrel off 4 porting… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/02/2007 by tom bo (1 review written)
It has done 26000 km and is very good but bad on fuel and I need some info on how to fix it… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/01/2007 by richye18 (2 reviews written)
I bought my Peugeot Trekker 50 from a brokers garage in October last year (2006) for £500 - it was already de-restricted (it does 45mph tops on a flat and I've got it up to about 52mph downhill) and was in very good condition for its age (just over 6 years old). It is still a very good runner now but has problems starting up on cold mornings. It's also a surprisingly comfortable bike.
Overall - its a very good moped!
Ive only really had 2 major problems with this bike since I got it - 1, The… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/01/2007 by richye18 (2 reviews written)
I bought this 2nd scooter from a brokers garage for £500 as it was my first set of wheels - it's a fast little bike for a 50cc, is comfy and is a good all rounder. Gets you from A to B with no problems - It's very cheap to run, although 2 stroke is quite expensive, as is petrol (when you drive it like I do :P). If your thinking of buying a scooter you should think about 1 of these. A GOOD BIKE!… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/06/2006 by bonzo11 (1 review written)
Best when setting off
I had a Tecnigas on my Peugeot Trekker but had to change engine now I need help with the carb. My mate pulled pipes off with remembering where they go and it ticks over but soon as I put throttle on it dies… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/05/2006 by sazer (1 review written)
amazing all round bike deffinetly repurchase when mine dies, in like the next 20 years… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/11/2005 by podoking (1 review written)
My Peugeot Trekker 50 was a great bike it did about 50mph but that because I had a Leo Vinci hand made ZX exhaust, it was a great ride. I use to do 40 miles a day on my ped and I didn't have the slightest discomfort. I did have have a headache though lol.
Overall the Trekkers are a really good bike and I would recommend them to anyone who was thinking of getting one, they look good, handle fairly good and they ride good so it's a thumbs up from me… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/10/2005 by lmanaton (1 review written)
I've had my Peugeot Trekker for 8 months and bought it second hand. It has very good steering and is very quick top end. I recently bought a sports exhaust and it now goes 58mph. It's very reliable and great fun. I am now waiting on new clutch rollers to give me a little better acceleration. Once it hits 30mph it has to be the quickest 50cc scooter to reach its top speed… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/07/2005 by DaDevil (1 review written)
I've had the Peugeot Trekker 50 Off Road Scooter for about 9 months after buying it second hand from a CBT tester and is great to drive. The breaks are brilliant but the headlights are a bit dim.
If you want a bike to get you from place to place reasonably fast then its the best around.
Comfortable to ride with good handling round corners but has been known to easily slip if road is wet… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/05/2005 by bazzawazza (1 review written)
My Peugeot Trekker is an excelent runner with the best accaleration out of all of my friends. The only bad points are that I had a new belt fitted and my Trekker was hitting 55mph but then for some reason when it hits 52 it spluters and chuggers. Does anyone know what to suggest. Baz Please could you tell me whats wrong with my scooter email me at firstname.lastname@example.org… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/04/2005 by ben118 (1 review written)
The Peugeot Trekker 50 Off Road is the best Scooter I have ever rode, I have put a 70cc big bore kit molossi, a molossi racing carb etc to much to list - so far I have had 91mph out of it which is very fast for a moped - I have also had a custom one off spray job for it and everything else I could do to it really - I think it is probably the best ped around… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/01/2005 by jerrylee1210 (1 review written)
The Peugeot Trekker 50 Off Road is a good scooter overall, I use mine to get in and out of town, which is about 8 miles away. It gets me there in about 30 mins. The seat is very comfortable and causes no uncomfort at all. The scooter is very easy on petrol, near 70-90 mpg. However it can be hard on oil.
The front headlight is not very bright, it is just about enough to see and no more. All the other lights on the bike are fine.
The scooter starts first time every time for me, even when the… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/12/2004 by simon ivanof (1 review written)
I have been driving a Peugeot Trekker 50 Off Road Scooter for over a year now. I drive it for 4 hours streight a day and it has never failed me. I just need to take it to it's services on time (which is the case with any vehicle)… Read Full Review