Fred built and painted this frame for his scooter to keep him protected from the weather and to have a ‘stage’ to decorate with all the fun and colourful toys he buys from the dollar store. You’ll hear Fred coming because he’s also hooked up an awesome sound system and two horns on his ride.
Hung Ho, a retired computer programmer, ingeniously reinvented his wheelchair! Equipped with a basket, welded bicycle tire, handlebars, and a headlight, Hung is cruising the city streets like no other.
Look at this Granny FLY! Her ride shows the world who she is – proudly British, full of fun, and someone NOT afraid to take corners on two wheels! As her grandchildren remember her “A legend who lived life to the full – advocate of a ‘no BS’ approach to people”
Alias is styling on his scooter which he’s accessorized for all his functional needs. His additions include bike lights from MEC, side mirrors, a horn and a place to carry his cell phone. Nice!
A proud Newfoundlander!
Wei Yen hand stitched her cover, added mirrors and other accessories and uses the foot horn she installed herself to let people know she is coming – so smart!
“Scooters say sexy!”
Date Night! Their ride need to carry them both AND keep them warm and dry on their way home
James hangs pins, buttons, stickers and key chains he’s collected over the years – “The kids love the Mickey Mouse and other things and they always come over to talk to me about them”.
Henry’s ride is perfect for him AND his two pups! You can often find the 3 of them at the St. Lawrence Market on Saturdays.
Rosie’s ride is a memorial to her parents and others she has lost – “this is all for my mom and all the others with cancer and for my dad who also passed”.
Mario has the sweetest ride! He’s personalized his motorized wheelchair to meet all his needs – lights, cup holder, roof rack (!), lockable storage cupboard and rain flaps.
FANCY! Love this bike seat cover (although not sure about comfort 🙂