I tried to stay away from Italian scooters, I really did. I’ve owned a lot of Piaggio scooters over the years – P series Vespas, from a PX125 to a P200E with an Inder sidecar. I’ve driven as daily drivers commuting to work, I’ve taken them in the now defunct
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.
(Pictures used with permission from Walter Muma, Question and Answer sections are from a phone interview with Walter Muma in November, 2020 and have been edited for length) Quite some years ago, I started out my two wheeled riding career on a 1970’s Puch Maxi moped. It was a bright
Now anyone who knows me, knows that I am a serial scooter and motorcycle owner. Since I first started with a 70’s Puch Bombardier moped as my first machine I’ve owned the following (not necessarily in chronological order): Tomos Targa LX moped Honda Jazz scooter Kymco Bet and Win 150
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