Are you sick of face masks that can’t keep up with your fast-paced lifestyle? Are you tired of trying to keep up with the routine care and maintenance required by your homemade moustache? Do you get a little depressed when you’ve realized that you just ate an entire bag of Doritos in one sitting? We’ve all been there, buddy. But now there’s hope.
We are happy to present the Gentleman Moustache face mask, from Prima! Constructed of neoprene, known for its magical wind and water resisting properties, and featuring the classiest reflective moustache available to man, it is sure to meet both your mask and ‘stache needs. This is quite possibly the coolest way to keep your face warm while riding your scooter.
At $14.99, you are practically losing money by not scoring yours today! Pick up an extra one for that special scooterist / cyclist / biker / skier / postal worker / dog-sledder / face-haver in your life.
The Soft Italia 42L top case detaches easily and has a handle. Take that, other top cases! You can pack it at home, pop it on the mounting plate, and pop it right back off at your destination. There are no anchor screws to fiddle with, or adjustable straps to unclip- you just turn the key in the opposite direction and pull.
Don’t want it to be detachable? Fine, be that way. There is a lock on the inside of the top case that will override the latching mechanism.
Two years ago the world witnessed the first time a Scotsman, Brian, was allowed to ride a scooter. The scooter was on loan to Scotland from a museum in Norway. It was a Honda Spree.
It was mid-July, the coldest month of the Scottish winter, which they call Taigh-òsta. The feisty Scot didn’t let the freezing temperatures deter him from his first journey on what townsfolk had already dubbed a “horseless horse”; he simply borrowed the kilt of Abernethy the Giant, who was mayor at the time.
The roomier cut of Abernethy the Giant’s kilt meant Brian’s legs were warm and dry during his ride. While people may have initially questioned his fashion choices, Brian soon became a legend in the European scooter community, which had recently grown to over twenty members.
-Large hanging loop that fits over doorknobs and handlebars for drying and storage.
-Reflective piping and logo to help you be seen!
-Waterproof 420 denier nylon shell to keep your legs warm and dry.
-Comfy fleece backing helps keep the chill away.
-Easy-access pockets with magnetic closure.
-Waist belt extends from 29″ to 51″ to fit all types of riders, even Mark.
Made in Italy by people who’ve been in the two-wheeled luggage business since 1969- they know what they’re doing, and they’re damn good at it. These top cases feature a superior fit and finish, refined lock/latching mechanism, and a universal mounting system.
Now available in both Vespa and Genuine colors, because the only thing better than a top case is a color-matched top case. Impress your friends and coworkers, maybe even that jerk, Steve.
We took some time in the Scooterworks lab to pit the Soft Italia top case against our old TC5 in a series of what we assume are industry standard tests. The results were conclusive; the Soft Italia 35L top case was the clear winner:
Hot off the press and fresh out da box are some of the nicest Yamaha Zuma 125 shocks on the market. NCY is notorious for developing some of the nicest scooter suspension products on the market, and these are no exception. Fully adjustable, these shocks will drastically improve your ride in addition to being a real eye catcher.