Thanks to Julie G. for this wild find. We don’t normally post Esty or CafePress items up on ScooterSwag because the quality can vary wildly from one thing to the next and there’s nothing sadder than a disappointed scooterist with … Continue reading
I know this scooter has to be based on an Odd Scoot somewhere. Anyone have any idea what it might be? Lulu Guinness is more easily identifiable – a London based designer of coveted purses and accessories. Sorry to say … Continue reading
Since it’s nearly impossible to make the scooter and gobble gobble connection work here’s my humble offer for your dinner table: Some salt and pepper shakers from Cassie’s collection. And Happy Thanksgiving to you all!
There have been a lot of travelogues with their author’s riding scooters but this remains one of my favorites. Perhaps the grumbling and skepticism and gin drinking is what I like best. (Let’s face it – travel and road trips … Continue reading
Ahh, she’s seen better days but this is still one of my favorite bits of swag. Apparently uber-rare, I haven’t come across another like her. A small yellow mouse with glasses rides on the back but it’s poor face is … Continue reading
This uber-rare key chain was a part of an award winning ad campaign for the Washington Apple Commission that ran in 1999-2000. Their spokesperson was a scooter-riding super-hero bearing apples. In one ad titled “Zoo,” a father and daughter are … Continue reading
The only information I can provide on these cute bags I got at a designer outlet several years ago is the tag inside – “Red Is Fred.” I haven’t come across anything else from this line. I really love the … Continue reading
This is perhaps the strangest Vespa swag I’ve ever come across. It’s from Cassie’s collection and she got it from eBay years ago.
A Postcard from Mexico – X,O, Cassie and Tracy We were in Mexico City for ten days and although we combed that enormous tchotchke-filled city, we did not find any a single scooter swag item to post about. Except this … Continue reading
I really hope one doesn’t ever have the need to outrun an exploding volcano on a vintage Vespa but as we live within magma spitting distance of two active volcanoes (Mt. Hood and Mt. St. Helens) Cassie and I know … Continue reading