Scootering

Mischief and Mayhem

Norse mythology… to some the theme might on first impressions appear somewhat confusing and uninteresting, and that’s where they’d be wrong. The theme is in fact, full of twists, turns and intrigue.

Jan purchased the scooter which would eventually be transformed into ‘Mischief and Mayhem’ as a full framed GP150 in July 2012 and since then it’s had some serious alterations and upgrades to say the least. The leg shields have been trimmed by approximately 1.5in on either side but the original floor width has been retained. Behind the leg shields there is a neatly narrowed toolbox, which houses an

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