California Scooter Company (CSC Motorcycles) announced today the addition of a police version to its popular line of small made-in-America motorcycles. Named the CSC-150P, it is available in a standard black-and-white paint scheme, with other department colors available on a special order basis.
Standard equipment includes the usual calibrated speedometer, windshield, storage rack, saddlebags, siren, engine guards, and police lighting. This small motorcycle meets the demands for high mobility, high maneuverability, and rapid response in highly-congested urban settings. Its short wheelbase, small diameter wheels, and light weight allow it to go places and maneuver through areas not navigable by larger police motorcycles. It seems ideal for department community affairs and police duties in tourist areas and urban settings.
In addition to electric starting, the CSC-150P retains a traditional kick starter. “We are providing a ready-to-roll small police motorcycle,” said Steve Seidner, CSC Motorcycles President and CEO. “We can add department-specific graphics, and we offer options on the types of police motorcycle equipment we provide. Our mission is to meet each law enforcement organizations’ precise requirements at an economical price with a US-manufactured product.”
The CSC-150P motorcycle offers very low maintenance costs compared to other police motorcycles, particularly in the areas of brake, tire, and clutch maintenance. “We’ve heard the stories about not being able to start if the strobe lights are left on, the $300 tires, the chafing brake lines, the overheating, and the $1200 clutch replacements on other police bikes,” said Joe Berk, CSC’s police and military sales manager. “There’s none of that here. This bike routinely delivers over 90 miles per gallon, its operating costs are low, we’ve proven its durability with a run up and down the Baja peninsula during the hottest month of the year, and the public loves it.” California Scooter Company manufactures 150cc street-legal motorcyclessells in all 50 US states and Australia, and is in the process of certifying its bikes in Europe and Canada. Please contact California Scooter Co. Motorcycles at 800 884 4173 for additional information.