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From the PublisherRoadRUNNER, April 2006
"The Scooter Bible is a treasure trove of scooter knowledge. Heck, it's worth the price of admission just to have the 120-page-long, A-Z scooter encyclopedia at the end of the book. This well researched yet light-hearted foray into the quirky life story of the scooter should have even hard core bikers flipping pages with a smile."
Free 2 Wheel, February 2006
"Authors Michael and Eric Dregni, two obviously knowledgeable fanatics, have compiled a fascinating read that chronicles the history and development of these little whizzers from little more than motorized versions of a child's push scooter, to the plastic, fantastic Ialian and Japanese creations being produced currently.
"Those enamored with facts and figures will swoon over the second half of the book, a 126-page appendix cataloging scooter companies and the vehicles they made.
"...pull up a chair and spend a few hours lost in a world where the wheels are small and the horsepower is low. A good book for open-minded motorcyclists and a must for scooter fiends, The Scooter Bible provides a refreshing, informative, and humorous look at the little vehicles that get no respect. Guaranteed it will teach you all you need to know about these little putters."
Friction Zone, December 2005
"the brothers Dregni (Michael and Eric) have co-authored The Scooter Bible, an uncommonly attractive, comprehensive handbook that presents to the reader a sweeping mosaic of all things scooter. And I do mean all."