Mosquito Hawk - Gas Powered Scooter
The Mosquito Company introduced the Hawk as an entry level gas scooter in 2000, and it has become one of their most popular models. The Hawk gas scooter is a fast, dependable and compact gas scooter with plenty of power and speed. We find it to be the most stylish of the Mosquito gas scooters as well. Check out the photos, this is one great looking machine.
The powerful Mitsubishi Keyang two-Stroke engine is one of the best two-stroke gas engines made. The Hawk is the only gas scooter in this price range with a true center mounted engine. This means better balance and riding without fear of kicking the engine, gas tank or frame bar.
The Hawk handles well, hugging those curves and responding to your every command. The freewheeling feature makes it almost as easy to push as a kick scooter. The heavy duty steel frame is durable and can withstand severe stress. The Hawk is dependable and a breeze to maintain so your time is spent riding. This gas scooter is one of the highest quality gas scooters on the planet.
* Speed: 20 mph
* Range: 20 - 30 miles, 1 - 1.5 hours
* Motor: Center mounted 33cc Mitsubishi Keyang 2-Stroke gas engine, rear mounted kill switch.
* Frame: Durable steel frame tested to withstand severe stress. 5" road clearance.
* Start Method: Recoil pull-start.
* Drive System: Double chain drive system, freewheeling for easy coasting, twist throttle.
* Oil Type: 2-cycle oil.
* Fuel Type: Gasoline (high octane recommended).
* Gasoline Mix: 25:1 * Fuel Tank Capacity: 1 Liter.
* Brakes: Rear hub braking system.
* Dry Weight: 31 lbs.
* Dimensions: Length 40" Width at handlebars 16" Height 41 - 46", Height folded 14" Board (composite, non-skid) 19" x 8.5"
* Carrying Capacity: 250 lbs.
* Tires: 9 1/2" tires and pneumatic tubes. The wheels are split cast steel.
* Warranty: 90 day Standard Features:
* Handlebars that fold for easy transport and storage.
* Adjustable height handlebars Additional Info:
* Not for sale or use in the state of California.
* Maximum speed and average range vary with rider's weight, the speed, and road conditions.