Dharia is a scientist and wannabe artist who has a love of Worcester, Diners, and Scooters. She met another person with similar tastes and they decided that starting a club to celebrate these pastimes was just the thing this area needed. (pomo)Dora is a Vespa ET2 (Target Vespa) named for her cream-of-tomato soup paint job. Favorite things: dive bars, brunch, dancing, knitting, cooking, and scooting around new england looking for diners and old factory buildings for black & white photography (and not getting arrested in the process)
Co-founder of DINER CITY Scooter Club. Graphic designer, cartoonist, illustrator, arts rabble rouser, general trouble-maker. dsquared.org is my main website / base of operations. In the real world, I live in Worcester, MA and love crumbling factory buildings and untapped potential. I ride a 2004 Aprilia Mojito Custom 150 and I just sold my first scooter (given to me by Chantal!) a 2003 Honda Metropolitan (Salsa red) to my friend Tina!
Waiting for Tim to find some time to write up a quick bio.
Originally from Pennsylvania, Lara has been living in New England for more than a decade.  She's been living in Wormtown since 1999, and LIKES it here!  Lara's scooter (named "Francesca") is a Malaguti F10. When not scooting, Lara enjoys playing trumpet, bass guitar, and ice hockey (goalie).
Jay H.
Hometown: Shrewsbury, MA. Occupation: Auto parts catalog researcher; vintage motorscooter collector/restorer. Main scooter: 1964 Vespa GS160. Other vehicles: around 9 more old scooters, 1959 Ford pickup truck, 1923 Ford Model T roadster. Interests: primitive rock & roll, vintage guitars, antique/classic vehicles. Dislikes: Hippies, Boston newscasters, the new Yahoo Groups format.
I'm located in Western
Massachusetts. My profession
is in food science. My pug dog
in the picture is named Boomer B.
I have a 2003 Yamaha Zuma
screaming yellow. Sometimes
fondly referred to as the scooter
bee due to it's black & yellow color.
When you see it from the front
you will notice a bee smiling.
The best place I've ridden
my scooter is on the sand
highway at Pismo Beach California.
RC Scoot
Rich Chapel, best known as Doug's Dad, is an advertising copywriter by trade. Mechanically inept with his hands, he writes complex technical descriptions of gearless drives, tunneling catheters, 3-D CAD software and integrated circuit components. His funtime interests range from listening / playing jazz to water color painting and sailing (out of the Indian Lake Yacht Club). His alter ego is The Stickler, a nefarious designer and placer of socially destabilizing stickers. (Employees must wash genitals before returning to work). (RC's blogsite: RC Notes)
Being Italian I have ridden Vespa scooters since
my early age, well before it was legal for me to do it.
I live in Shrewsbury now and I still love to ride my
Vespa everywhere! I am a software Engineer
but my interests are, except scooting: everything
related to Italy, airsoft and Warhammer Fantasy
and of course my family. See you on the road!!

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