So far as I know, it's the only scooter rally where you are encouraged to decorate your bike and wear crazy outfits.
And over the years, people certainly have gone all out to do just that.
From ape costumes to vikings, from spaceships to pirate ships, you name it and somebody has done it on a MBSR scooter.
I've turned mopeds into army bikes.
Made props and costumes... learning some sewing and leatherwork and other skills along the way....
The process of assembling a MBSR outfit and scooter decoration is half scavenger hunt, half hollywood prop build. It can take months of building, ordering bits, putting it all together - or it can be a last minute rush to glue things onto a used and abused scooter and throwing some spraypaint on some painters overalls.
It's the process that I find entertaining.
(To be continued in part 2)
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