Including interviews with well-known Scootering personalities, over 150 colour photographs of award winning custom scooters, best-selling scooter models, rallies and events, this book is a must-have for anyone interested in these fun machines. -Scooter-forums.com -
Pictorially rather than text led, Scooter Lifestyle boasts over 200 colour images that cover various aspects of the scooter scene since Iggy first got bitten by the bug in the 1980s ... he (Iggy) has done as he told me he'd set out to do, and that is create a coffee-table book that can be picked up and put down at will without losing the plot, yet still offer variety to entice - from the rebellious '80s with dodgy quiffs to Sunday rideouts and the modern auto scene, and all in-between. - Scootering -
This is a MUST for any scooterist. You will not put this book down and when you do and want to have another butchas at it you will find something different to meet ya eye. - The Shed -
... it's well written, drawing on his personal experiences from his early days as a spotty teenager. It's not specifically about autos, but is well worth a read. --Twist & Go
About the Author
Ian Grainger has lived the scooter way of life since the tender age of 13. He's attended, organised, DJ'd at and worked on scooter rallies and events for the past 20 years. Ian, or 'Iggy' as he's usually known, writes for all the major scooter magazines, including Scootering, TAG and Scooterist Scene. He also writes road tests and features for various regional newspapers.