Did you know what kicked off the Honda Monkey Bike craze of the 1960s – or why they’re called “monkey bikes?” Click here to find out more.
Trivia & History
All About the Sears Puch & Piaggio Rebadges
Now that you know about the Sears Puch rebadges, click here to discover 5 examples of these, and how you can identify one with ease.
Triumph Made Scooters?
Yes, it’s true – during the 1950s and 1960s, you could buy Triumph scooters. Click here to discover more about them.
Zundapp – A Brand Introduction
Click here to discover more about German motorcycle, moped, and scooter maker Zundapp – including 3 of their most well-known models.
Honda Motocompo – Specs & Stats
Being a fully foldable scooter, the Honda Motocompo is one of Honda’s most interesting designs. Click here to discover more about it.
Is That a Lambretta Scooter With TWO Handlebars?!
Yes, yes it is. Click here to find out more about this truly rare (not to mention bizarre) Lambretta and who it was made for.
Rieju – A Brand Overview
Click here to discover more about Rieju, which contrary to what you might believe, is NOT a Chinese motorcycle brand.
Swedish Moped H-Day Information Leaflet 1967
To commemorate the day Sweden switched to driving on the right (AKA H Day, the Dual Wheel Journey’s taking a look at a pamphlet for moped riders.
The 1970s Moped Craze in America – The History & The Brands
Did you know that there was a time in American history when mopeds were all the rage? Click here to discover more.
Italijet Dragster – Specs & Stats
Click here to discover more about the Italijet Dragster – one of the most uniquely designed scooters ever made.