Little Book of Scooters, Steve Lanham
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Steve Lanham

Little Book of Scooters

The Little Book of Scooters traces the originals of the scooter from the 19th Century when vehicle invention and experimentation was still in its infancy. Yet it was not until the late 1950s that the scooter, as we know it today, had become established. With its popularity growing as an affordable form of transport among the youths of the “modern community” or “Mods” – scootering became fashionable in 1960s Britain. The Little Book of Scooters charts the development of this often disparaged slice of motoring history and celebrates the many machines that helped form an iconic era in British popular culture.
204 printed pages
Original publication
2013

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