Do you love summer? If so, why? For fruits, for the dyness or what? I love summer for scooter meetups. They have their own beauty.
The summer of 2021 is set to be the summer of many things, especially after the past 18 months. There is a rather big football tournament to be played, then there is the Olympics. Plenty of us will also have a calendar full of delayed stag do, hen dos and weddings to get through, too.
At the more everyday level, all sorts of different clubs and societies will be getting back into full swing, and in the biking world, motorcycle and scooter communities will be reuniting for the first time in a while. If you are a scooter owner and passionate about the scene but yet to attend your first scooter meetup, there’s no better time than the present to get involved.
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Why get involved in scooter meetups?
If you have never even been near a scooter meetup before, you might be completely in the dark as to why you would go to one. There is actually plenty of perks that come with being part of a large scooter community – the main ones being they really allow you to drill further into your passion for two wheelers and become part of a community that shares the same interests as you.
Scooter enthusiasts take pride in their equipment, with the scene being littered with vintage brands and custom builds – some which cost tens of thousands of pounds. Scooter meetups are the perfect place to show off your pride and joy to fellow enthusiasts who will legitimately admire and appreciate it for what it is. They are also great place for picking up inspiration and ideas for your own scooter-based projects, not to mention a great social opportunity to meet new, likeminded people and build new friendships.
An additional point of interest is the support network they provide for more serious issues within the scootering community. According to the British Motorcyclists Federation, your regional biking community should be your first port of call when lobbying and legislative issues come to mind. So, if you want to talk about anything from scooter insurance to your rights on the road, you can start with your local scooter group.
Finding a scooter club near you
There are around 350 scooter clubs and scootering organisations around the UK, so you’ll never be too far away from a local event or meet up. You can find a directory of scooter clubs around the UK via scooteringevents.co.uk – all you need to do is take a look through to find your local club, click on them and follow the steps to sign up and attend their next meet up.
If you have got a passion for all things scootering and want to meet some fellow enthusiasts to talk anything from specifications to legal matters – or if you just fancy meeting a good bunch of people who share similar interests – now’s the time to get on board, with a summer of scooter meetups ahead. So what are you waiting for? Contact your local scooter group now and enjoy a summer on 2 wheels.