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Written on: 02/08/2009
the Derbi Atlantis 50 is a very good scooter it goes speeds up to 95 km/h and it's good becaus i'm 6'1 and 185 pounds and still goes 90km/h,i dont look stupid on it for a tall guy so if your tall or big you wont look stupid.overall realy good bike and not exspensive… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/11/2008
I have two scooters: first one is the Derbi altantic bullet - scooter built for speed. The other scooter is the Kymco peoples S50: this scooter has it all: builted on the 125cc frame, wheels 16inches, disc brakes oversized, comes with a windshield, dashboard is super cool with indego lighten. The only thing this scooter lack is speed, top end 30mph. This scotoer is supersized if you need the room - you can always modify it… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/08/2008 by Photon (1 review written)
Very fast and handles great. Reliable with the time proven Piaggio ET2 engine and its overall simple yet elegant design. The large 12" wheels/tires are exceptional for this class bike and contribute to a stable feel at high speed. Easy to service with engine parts commonly available due to this engine being shared by numerous other makes - Vespa, Piaggio, Aprilia, etc. Also, there are many aftermarket upgrade parts to choose from. You can mod this scoot with a 70cc big bore cylinder kit… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/07/2008
Great speed, up to 95km/h on flat. Great ride, looks great, runs great, sounds great, awesome brakes, and awesome performance tires. Amazingly large stock exhaust that generates those amazing speeds. Carries two people eaily. Keeps up to traffic in high-speed areas. Overall, it's a great scooter. Some annyoing little things can be improved. Really worth it as it appears to be the fastest 49cc scooter yet… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/07/2008
Good engine, fast enough for city streets, this bike was made for after market parts… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/11/2007 by Starfyr (1 review written)
Derbi Atlantis 50 is a nice looking 2 passenger scooter, and very reliable. Starts out slow initial pickup not comparable to other models but I have been happy with my scooter… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/07/2007 by Bluerover88 (2 reviews written)
My son Richard, late of Vespa Canada and now with Twist-n-Go, bought the bike for me and I've had great times with it since March. I have a rack to carry it on the back of the Range Rover and plan to take it along on vacation as a fun ride. The build quality seems good and the engine is very smooth and vibration free. I'm amazed at the sparkling performance from 50cc through the CVT. I would thoroughly recommend the Atlantis to anyone wanting a small machine for around town… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/10/2005 by scooter boy (1 review written)
I have had my Derbi Atlantis 50 for one year now and have been nothing but PLEASED with this product. This make was recommended to me by a local dealer that has rode them all,...and she says they never show up at her shop to be worked on.I was concerned about it being fast enough to ride on city (Houston Tx. ) streets. My Derbi tops out at about 48mph with a stock pipe!....I am 6ft. and 215lbs. and feel very safe on this bike… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/09/2005 by DerbiTom (1 review written)
To be blunt the Derbi Atlantis 50 is very poorly designed in some. Although it is mega cheap to buy and run.
It runs great when it wants to but its unreliable and never ever goes any faster than 20mph even on the smallest of hills and its de-restricted!
I have to start it every day otherwise it takes two hours to start it because oil leaks through the carb and floods the barrel because there is no fuel or oil tap.
It does have some good points like the scary 55mph top speed (on the very… Read Full Review