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Piaggio BV500

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It came with a 110/70-16 front [[tire]] and a 140/70-14 rear tire. Stopping was achieved via double disc in the front and a single disc in the rear. The front suspension was a telescopic hydraulic forks, 41 mm while the rear was equipped with a two dual effect hydraulic dampers. The BV Tourer 500 was fitted with a 3.46 Gallon (13.10 Liters) fuel tank. The wheelbase was 61.02 inches (1550 mm) long.
==2007 Piaggio BV 500==
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File:piaggio-bv-500-2007-2007-2.jpg|600px|2007 Piaggio BV 500
File:piaggio-bv-500-2007-2007-1.jpg|600px|2007 Piaggio BV 500
File:piaggio-bv-500-2007-2007-0.jpg|600px|2007 Piaggio BV 500
The first generation Fly was first introduced to North America as a 150cc model. It debuted in the USA for 2005 and in Canada the following year. The BV 500 it is a scooter agile enough for the city with added power for touring capabilities, the Piaggio BV 500 is perfect for long distance rides as well as getting in and around town with power and style. The BV 500 is in a fairly unique niche, with the [[Aprilia Scarabeo 500]] being the only other large wheeled scooter of this engine size without getting into scooters with the maxi scooter look.
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