Tag: scootering

Scootermania documentary online

Big thanks to Spectre on the forums for spotting this Scootermania documentary online. It was originally broadcast back in the early 1990s on Channel 4, essentially a potted history of the Vespa and Lambretta, from inception through to their 60s heyday and decline (in the mass market at least). Lasts […]

Armadillo scooterwear new range

We've just been sent this video featuring some of the new Armadillo scooterwear for autumn/winter 2011, which you might want to check out. It's not everything that's new (just a couple of items in truth) – there's some mod-friendly gear that's not in the video, we'll feature that as soon […]

Mod Chronicles 2011 calendar

They did one last year, but now the people behind the Mod Chronicles books have done another calendar for 2011. The 2010 version was images from the books, but the 2011 calendar is slightly different, offering images of classic and vintage scooters courtesy of Peter Roston and Enamel Verguren. Fancy […]

Vespa PX scooter returns

An interesting change of mind by Piaggio, with the return of the Vespa PX scooter. For eco (and possibly commercial) reasons, the Vespa PX disappeared from the market, as the company concentrated on its 'twist and go' range. But it is now being re-launched by Piaggio, shown off recently at […]

Brighton Rock clip online

Still no sign of a trailer for Brighton Rock, but check out the link to the Tokyo Film Festival website, which has a decent clip from the movie online. You'll find that website right here.

Friday on my Mind – follow-up

Ok, we mentioned this yesterday, when details were vague. Well, the author of Friday on my Mind, Don Hughes, has sent over some more details. According to Don, Friday on my Mind 'chronicles my life from a 50s childhood to when I reached eighteen in 1967. Focusing on my home […]

Friday on my Mind by Don Hughes

I'll be honest, I know very little about Friday on my Mind by Don Hughes and there's no word on a review copy incoming, so you'll have to buy blindly. According to the flyer that's just appeared on the Modculture Facebook site, the book, which has been produced via self-publishing […]