Delivery scooters are not often associated with high speeds and they are one of the last types of vehicle one might expect to find on a race track. However, two drivers from a fast food restaurant based out of Kyoto, Japan, called 'Pizza Little Party' decided to put their skills as racers to the test.
The drivers were racing against one another on Honda's Gyro scooter, which is known for its ability to lean dramatically and take in greater speeds. As such, it can often be found whizzing around urban environments.
In general, companies are turning to urban delivery vehicles that are smaller, speedier and more adept at handling tough-to-navigate streets than large-scale trucks that can carry a greater volume of items at a time.
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Pizza Little Party Tested Honda's Delivery Scooter in a Race of Speed
- By: Laura McQuarrieMay 17, 2017