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Fashion for sale or wanted / New TukTuk SS '15 collection
« on: March 31, 2015, 12:16:29 PM »
Just taken delivery of the new TukTuk range. Available here:

There are some great pieces. The Bardot jackets will also be online soon but they're very limited numbers... 

There are also a few shirts left from the A/W range  :D

Scoots and scootering / PX 125 2011 cutting out
« on: November 16, 2014, 12:08:16 PM »
I had my scooter serviced and MOT'd last month and since then it's not been running right.

It's fine in lower gears but if I'm in 4th for any amount of time doing 40+mph it cuts out.

Does anyone have any ideas what it could be? I changed the jetting over a year ago when I put a new exhaust on but it was running brilliantly until last month.

Any ideas would be great I'm pulling my hair out here..

Scoots and scootering / Carnaby Designs
« on: September 12, 2013, 03:20:52 PM »
We have been talking to Carnaby Designs about stocking their helmets. They've recently gained ACU accreditation and are a good lower end choice for a helmet. They retail at 89.99 and come in 5 designs which some will love and somewill hate!  :P

Personally I'm a big fan of full face helmets for everyday use as opposed to an open face.

They're available through our website:

or from Carnaby Designs themselves:

Mod fashion and style / TukTuk
« on: September 10, 2013, 03:14:00 PM »
I've just had a look at the new A/W '13 and S/S '14 range from TukTuk. Anybody had any experience with these shirts.

They look top quality and a reasonable price.

I also like their philosophy:

"Primary inspirations for the brand come from our
surroundings. Taking inspiration from the wonderful
colours, tastes, scents and personalities of South
Asia. We believe in garments that fit well, that have
a strong emphasis on bespoke tailoring, and that
personify our beliefs, inspirations and brand ethos.
Respectable local factories, and skilled tailors and
craftsmen make all of our clothing and accessories.
We aim to produce high quality, long lasting products
that are bought and sold for a reasonable and
fair price.
Our products are manufactured from interesting,
colourful, unique, and occasional vintage fabrics. We
try to avoid mass production where possible, and
buy low quantities of fabrics to keep our styles as
fresh and as individual as possible."

Their website is:

Mod fashion and style / David Watts Clothing
« on: September 05, 2013, 08:59:52 AM »
The makers of that union jack parka David Watts have launched their site today... Thoughts?

Upcoming mod events / ScootFest (Rawtenstall) 15/9/13
« on: September 03, 2013, 11:41:43 AM »
I've been asked to share this. More scooter based than mod but should be a good day! We've also got a stall there along with Scooter Moda.

Few good live bands on as well...

I've had to link to our site as the poster is too big for on here!

Mod fashion and style / Sta Prest
« on: August 13, 2013, 12:48:46 PM »
I've had a look for a Sta Prest thread but can't see one (unless I've gone mad).

I've been searching for some brands that do decent sta prest. What would everyone recommend?

I love the JTG version apart from the sizing. I'm just wondering what everyone opts for?

I've also had the Warrior and Relco versions which are dreadful, which probably has something to do with the price!

Upcoming mod events / WASP #2 The shook ups, Mad Ferret, Preston
« on: April 02, 2013, 02:24:09 PM »
Below is a link to a night I am putting on with a local music provider (The Ark Preston)

The shook ups will be headlining with a support band. There will also be a few clothes on sale and DJs.

Mod fashion and style / Mods and Jobs
« on: March 15, 2013, 07:53:10 AM »
I started a discussion on twitter a few weeks back asking what people did for a living and how it affected them being a mod.

For instance, in between setting up my mod inspired clothing site and putting events on locally I'm actually a qualified pipe fitter and gas man. Personally I find it hard at work to wear anything other than overalls and a hard hat. This maybe doesn't mean a lot but it frustrates me.

I was wondering what everyone else did for a living and how it affected them in work and out of work....

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