Last year I got all excited when I found a Triumph Tigress-esque valentine. Well it turns out I am a very lucky girl. Because a designer at Pottery Barn was probably one of the people I was bidding against on eBay. They feature the same valentine on a $12 card set, in a $20 plastic tumbler set, a $26 melanine plate set, in a paper heart garland and in a floor puzzle (available only in the stores.) Here’s a buying tip – if you just want the scooter plate, go to the stores and grab one. They’re just $6.50 and display wonderfully. The folks at my local store said everything would go on sale the week before Valentine’s Day.
Couldn’t resist posting about my scooter making the cover of Scoot! Magazine. It’s all the sweeter because this is the last (sniffle) printed issue of Scoot Magazine. It’s due to go digital. Good luck to Josh, April and the rest of Scoot’s staff on their new venture.
Scooters smoke so I guess this makes sense? Featuring a BSA Sunbeam, this ashtray is a rare bit of odd scoot swag. I have a 1964 Triumph Tigress (same bike, different badge) which is the beautiful bane of my existence and I can assure you that even as a four stroke she smokes too.