2020 was not a good year. This statement might be slightly more obvious than ones like “Fire is hot” and “Manure probably isn’t a good idea for cologne.” Motorcycle events – cancelled. Travel was curtailed. Places we’d normally ride to – closed. We had to cancel our Junk Run event.
Now here’s a subject that tends to be more controversial than oil choices for a motorcycle or what type of tire to use – namely E-bikes. They’re not quite a bicycle, not quite a motorcycle, and not quite a moped. Some people see them as a cheap transportation method within
Unless you’ve been sealed into a concrete bunker as part of some nefarious government experiment for the last 6 months – you probably are self isolating right now, avoiding extra social contact and keeping to home as much as possible. Which is the smart thing to do, and hopefully will
Back in 2018 we posted one of our most popular articles – “Scooters and Mopeds in Ontario: Facts and Myths” – that one is a popular search result, and has helped many readers get the facts about scooter and moped ownership in Ontario. You can read that article HERE. Over
First of all, before the inevitable effigy burnings start – as they tend to really do a number on my lawn – I’d like to say I really *do* like classic scooters. I’ve owned more than one shifty Vespa. I’ve had a part of my brain wanting a Lambretta for