Index of pages
|Links & Resources|
restoring, or merely repairing an older motor scooter can be a considerable
challenge because the manufacturers are generally unsympathetic ("Hey,
junk it and buy a new one, dummy!") or long gone out of business.
Some of the resources linked here are gateways to further resources, so be prepared to search out "Links" pages in their Websites. You might even e-mail the owners to ask humbly for their advice.If you find a great source of advice, parts, or services, please share it with us; click here to e-mail the link's URL - I'll post it here with our thanks! Please understand that I'm not responsible for the contents of these Websites; if you think something is offensive, let me know.
Although the American
Motorcyclist Association may not yet be a "scooter"
group, they are influential and support scooterist's issues.
I have e-mailed the president to suggest that the AMA approach some of the larger Scooter Clubs to offer them a forum for discussion of common interests.
|This series of short articles by Art Friedman is just about the best source of good ideas and advice I have ever seen written anywhere! Read them!|
No longer being updated, but still available to owners of the orphaned NH-80
|Find parts for your classics. Also assembly drawings!|
Doug Simpson's MyScoot
|As of 11/12/08 I could not find Doug's Website online|
|More than 500 links to Scooter Websites worldwide|
|Loads of links to all sorts of bike Websites|
|Buy copies of Shop and Owner's manuals|
|Protective riding gear|
|Protective riding gear, etc.|
|Buy a junker for parts (May be quitting business.)|
|Buy copies of original Honda (and other) manuals|
|Be prepared for some weird stuff here!|
|Motorcycle carriers for car or truck|
|Many kinds of ramps and carriers for scoots|
|For classic and new scooters|
|This one might be misleading - it is a self-promoter|
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