Who Says Bigger is Better?

Okay, in some cases maybe.  This cute little combo caught my attention a couple years ago and I’m just getting around to posting it.  A truly minimal teardrop trailer that I suspect can just sleep two with about one suitcase each. I found it labelled “The 1941 Kozy Coach Travel Trailer ” but a search […]

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Anyone?

Where have you been all my life.  Lady Florence Norman on her Autoped; another interesting Internet find.  This is what I found about it: “Lady Florence Norman, a suffragette, on her motor-scooter in 1916, travelling to work at offices in London where she was a supervisor. The scooter was a birthday present from her husband, the […]

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Scooter Rickshaw

Yes, I love the scooters.  Here’s an interesting setup I found via Tumblr at Scooterscene.  Probably not for high-speed use but still, a remarkable little taxi. I would love to learn more about these little guys.

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The KTM Ponny

Originally posted on Retrorambling:
KTM sold out its share for the first time in 1955 to a businessman named, Ernst Kronreif and result he bought the major part of the company. As as result, the consortium was renamed to Kronreif & Trunkenpolz Mattighofen. In 1957, KTM launched its very first moped, the Mecky. Followed by…

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Vespa Touring

Found on MODamorphosis on TUMBLR.  An ambitious set-up for sure. More about Roberto and his amazing travels can be found here at the Scooterist or just click an image below.

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Retro-Futuristic

I’m a big fan of Retro-Futuristic design.  Maybe that’s why some of the better Steam Punk designs appeal to me.  I don’t mean the stuff that’s just hot-gluing old watch gears onto some leather or carrying a toy ray-gun around in an old-western holster.  I want art that can actually be part of our daily […]

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