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Folks, it’s almost upon us. The first major Big Apple scooter event of the year: The NYC Mods & Rockers weekend. And the fine folks over at M&R have updated us with the itinerary -
The idea is simple: you like trouble, and you and your two wheeled motor vehicle are both old enough to drink in a bar (or your main ride at least look old enough to pass). Got it? Good
The fine folks at the New York Mod Squad Facebook group have given us the heads up that Scooterist favorite Jonathan Toubin will be spinning the decks at Beauty Bar tonight filling the air with Mod sounds:
Beauty Bar New York and Three Olives Vodka presents the Boogaloo Shampoo – the party where New York’s hardest-working DJ (over 300 gigs in 2008), New York Night Train Soul Proprietor Mr. Jonathan Toubin, fills the mod-ish newly-redecorated back room dancefloor to ceiling with bubbly 45rpm soul classics, novelties, and obscurities – spanning late-r&b …
If you’re new to scootering in New York then, unfortunatley, you have a lot to learn about parking.
With the amount of discussion dedicated to the subject of parking around local websites, we felt it would be helpful to summarize some of the key points that will arm you with what you need to know before you make your decision where and how to park. We’ll offer pointers whether you choose to risk damage and park on the street, or risk towing and park on the sidewalk.