They call it the "Twingle": the 250 SGS Puch motorcycle, made in Austria and just the ticket for light riding. The split-single engine of this Puch machine derives from a racing heritage and the company did also make racing motorcycles, but otherwise by design the Puch motorcycle is a reliable, all-around riding bike rather than a racing bike. Along with Puch mopeds and bicycles, the Twingle was an import mainly in the 1970s, although the company (now a subsidiary of Piaggio) still makes bikes today. The Puch Maxi moped can be ridden like a normal bicycle, but the pedals can also start and engage the engine, which can reach a speed of 28 miles per hour. Most Puch mopeds are named after states of the United States (although the Maxi and Monza aren't)—the Dakota, Florida, Alabama, and Montana, for example. These are fine, reliable machines and they're often found on eBay sold by reliable vendors. Great for a retro kick combined with fuel-efficient sensibility.