The New California Scooter Co.

As introduced to you in my Blog articles on October 8th, 09, a short video about the new California Scooters of Steve Seidner. Seems like he has a lot of fun playing with his new scoots.

9 Responses to “The New California Scooter Co.”

  1. 1 Ronaldo Flores Oct 14th, 2009 at 9:44 am

    Nice, but they need a louder pipe.

  2. 2 Jeff Nicklus Oct 14th, 2009 at 9:47 am

    I don’t remember my “original” Mustang being this small ???? From a dimension stand point has does this relate to the original?

    Over & Out,


  3. 3 California Scooter Co Oct 14th, 2009 at 10:34 am

    Dimensionally, the original Mustang, and our new model are almost identical. We have a 1954 Mustang here at the factory and we matched the frame dimensions almost exactly. We added slightly more neck rake for better handling. This makes our new model about 2″ longer than the original Mustang.

  4. 4 Brandon Oct 14th, 2009 at 10:36 am

    Jeff, about proportions, it must me because you are taller now and gained weight. Don’t accuse others.

  5. 5 Jeff Nicklus Oct 14th, 2009 at 10:47 am


    I hate you! But, you are most likely correct!

    Over & Out,


  6. 6 OSO Oct 14th, 2009 at 11:25 am

    just checked out Pro-One’s/California Scotters web site cause my son has been telling me about this hot new scoot he wants for Christmas he saw on your blog. as long as his grades stay good he’ll get one. but dang i can’t pass up the bagger package they have on wheels for my 2009 street glide. daddy needs a new set of wheels.
    ride safe

  7. 7 OldSkool Oct 14th, 2009 at 1:02 pm



  8. 8 Boss Hawg Oct 15th, 2009 at 1:00 am


    I think you are now more rotund and maybe shorter…lmfao

    The only thing that has gotten taller is your Mullet!…still LMFAO

    Boss Hawg

  9. 9 Kirk Perry Oct 16th, 2009 at 12:54 pm

    I’m getting use to the look of the new Mustang. I believe that if a kid grows up riding a scooter with the fat-bob style Mustang tanks, he will develop into a brighter person.

    The Mustang was an excellent m/c introduction for today’s Big Twin owner.
    I’m sure it will be a great seller. Good for everybody. 🙂
    I asked in September why you couldn’t repop the original aluminum flywheel? [They used to crack at the keyway if you didn’t use a puller… (Cushmans would too).]

    How much would it cost to produce motor cases, Amal carb.,magnetized flywheel, and repop the complete Burman transmission? A million dollars?

    While the new Mustang is going to be a great seller, I know alot of people wish they had a repop of the original, with the Mustang high-lift cam.
    What we liked about them was the smooth operating transmission (probably because of the motors low rpms).
    My friend built up his ’59 Stallion. It would leave the ground between 2nd and 3rd. They were hot.

    The repop original would fall under the one-kit-per-person EPA guidelines in 49 states. Export them out of California.
    You can give us a reason as to why you can’t re-make the original Mustang in as few of words as possible, if you like. 🙂

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