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.
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
It started, as many flame wars and religious debacles do, with an internet forum post. I was writing something – I don’t even remember what exactly I was writing about, as usual for me the process of writing was more important than the specific subject – and it suddenly
Hello readers, internet bots, and people who somehow go to Scoottoronto while searching for obscure internet porn. (And no, I’m not going to describe what I am wearing.) It’s time once again for a “State of the Scooter” update. This winter has been an unusual one for me – the
Our Summer: It’s been an interesting summer in that it has been a strange combination of success and failure. We sold our house and are have had an offer accepted to buy a new house in Oshawa (No, the name of this site won’t change – hey I still work