1. rumiman

    if parking is limited at the event, can we assume that ridden scooters will take priority ?, I don’t fancy leaving my scooter too far away “its tatty but I love it”

  2. rumiman

    thanks for the reply, I usually ride something that most people would avoid anyway but thought I would check if I needed a chain and lock with me.

  3. wintermod65

    i dont get why someone turning up on a “tatty” scooter would get preference over someone who chooses a different means of transport just because they might want to take their family , or buy goods from the dealers at the show

    ive spent over £8.5 k with one particular exhibitor , and just spent £500 with another this friday . i will be buying other parts on sunday too
    it would be great to go on my scooter or even to have shown it but sadly several components have failed in less than 300 miles some of them from those advertising on this site . but nice to know ill be treated like a second class citizen because of it !

  4. iggy-grainger

    The only preferential treatment scooters got was a small taped off area of the car park. As you know, a scooter is easy enough to steal and I’m sure if you had been coming on yours you’d have prefered it to have been parked with others near the venue, rather than further away or in town. The dire weather meant we had a lot more cars arriving than planned but we did our best to park them.

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