Jeez, it’s almost June already?
I’ve often found myself bewildered at how quickly time seems to pass as I get older, but 2015 has set some kind of record. I suppose spending nearly all of the year in medical facilities has something to do with that.
Among the many introductions at Germany’s 2015 Intermot show is this tasty morsel from SYM.
I do not presume to think this here blog is your only source for scooter news and views (though I like to think you’re getting a perspective here that is unlike anything else in the scooter blogosphere). There are many others worthy of you time and attention. Scooterfile is one of them. And Nathaniel Salzman’s review of the 2015 Vespa GTS 300 Super ABS is especially so.
In our last episode, Michael Beattie, aka Conchscooter, had decided he wanted another Vespa P200. He talks about finding one—in Iowa—and getting it back on the road, after the jump.
Hey, I’m still here… at the moment posting, never mind riding, is a bit difficult. So today, please welcome a guest author.
Michael Beattie, aka Conchscooter, is the writer, photographer and publisher of Key West Diary, which started out as Key West Vespa. Michael recently acquired a Vespa P200E, which he uses to ride to his job as a 911 dispatcher for the Key West Police Dept. His story follows the jump.
By now, you have surely heard about Indiana governor Mike Pence signing the extremely controversial “religious freedom” bill into law. In a nutshell, in Indiana (like several other states) it’s okay to discriminate against various groups of people if those people offend your religious sensibilities.