Scooter Roofs Lancashire

One disadvantage to riding a scooter is that it leaves the rider open to the elements, but roof attachments have solved this problem. Read through the following articles to learn more about scooter roofs and find local companies and providers who can help you find what you’re looking for.

Sykes Bykes (David Paul Trad. Ltd)
0161 628 3300
173 Lees Road
Oldham
 
Mill Garage & Garden Machinery
01946 841413
Seascale
Calderbridge
 
Blackburn Cycle & Scooter Centre
01254 675181
31 Northgate
Blackburn
 
Rocket Centre
01254 297810
3 Trident Way
Blackburn
 
Sam Taylor Ltd
01253 763 442
5/21 Vicarage Lane
Blackpool
 
The Rocket Centre
01254 297 810
Blackburn
Whitebirk Drive
 
Revolution Scooters
0151 727 0019
86 Aigburth Road
Liverpool
 
Express Equipment
01539 739733
Mintsfeet Road
Kendal
 
H Pigney & Son
01768 351240
Chapel Street
Appleby
 
Philip Youles Motorcycles
01254 277 120
Pendle Street
Blackburn
 

Malaguti Scooter Roof

Thursday, 19 November 2009 22:41 &

Well Malaguti has had a somewhat complicated recent history but they have recently shown what I consider to be a damned good idea. Now I personally don't "dig" scooters or bikes with roofs... however, there is a huge benefit to the idea i.e. not getting rained on incessantly over the winter. So what have Malaguti come up with to sway me?

Simple, so simple I am surprised it isn't a more common accessory, a roof that you can bolt on! I told you it was simple, it is for the worst name scooter on earth (yes worse than BeeWee) the Blog in both 125 and 160cc varieties. It simply attaches via the windscreen screws and the rear luggage rack. So bolt it on for winter and throw it in the garage for the sunny summer. There is even a "simple" to attach windscreen wiper and switch setup for the torrential days. Good idea... come on other manufacturers keep up.


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