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There are not really any great solutions and depending what country/state you are in, the law is often that passengers must be able to reach the footrests to ride on the back. There are a few modifications where wooden blocks are attached to the flip out rests but these only gain you a couple of inches which I doubt is enough.
Another option is to just forget the feet and if you wear a grab handle harness around your waist your son can get a very good grip on that.
Best solution is to wait until your son is old enough (probably not until is is at least 9 or 10). Have a look on www.modernvespa.com for more ideas.
Posted on Jan 20, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a new 125
change standard seat for a slimmer seat or remove some internal padding iuse a thinner corsa seat from v.e. uk allso wear proper boots with a thicker tread and slide to the front of the seat when stopping it helps as i am small your balancing skills will allso improve
Posted on Nov 20, 2010
Semi inflate the inner tube a little as this helps prevent it getting nipped between the two sides of the wheel on assembly. And a bit of grease on the wheel halves helps the tyre to slide into the bead better.
Or do what I and a lot of scooterists are doing..............scrapping the old half & half steel wheels and replacing them with alloy tubeless ones from SIP Scooters. Available in polished alloy or matt black with polished rim. They look good, don't rust and are lighter but the real improvement is that they are far less prone to blow-outs, punctures and rapid deflation all of which increase the safety tenfold. They cost around £50 - £60 each but you can't put a price on safety.
Posted on Jun 21, 2011
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