Warsop scooter event welcomes more than 100 riders from across the country

Dozens of scooterists flocked to Warsop for a special social evening.

The Warsop Syndicate Scooter Club welcomed members of Three Counties – an umbrella group for scooter clubs across Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and Yorkshire – to the event at The Black Market, on High Street, Market Warsop.

Riders had the opportunity to socialise over shared interests and admire unique scooter designs.

Bryan Smith and Jay Easom reformed the club in 1990 and are still involved today.

Nigel Pinnick is 'thrilled' with the turnout as he stands alongside Warsop syndicate scooter members.

Jay said: “It is fantastic to bring events like this to our community.”

Paul Dallison, a member of Warsop Syndicate, said: ”The club had been run by younger ones through the years.

”Now we have gone back to the old style a bit. I am in my late ’60s now and the club has gone back to how it was in my youth.

”We now have new members, it is something fantastic to be involved in.”

Elaine, Joanne and Heather came from the 'Two Hats' scooter club in Bolton.

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Nigel Pinnick, a club member, said: "My generation came on the scene in the 1980s, when mod music had a revival, so, I am the next generation down from Paul.

"I always had larger motorbikes, but as I got older I decided I wanted to get in touch with my youth and have a scooter.

"We've had meetings here at the pub before, but never on this scale."

Riders from Warsop and Mansfield welcomed scooter clubs from Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and Yorkshire.

He said the Warsop club loves being a part of Three Counties.

Nigel said: “There is a huge community feel to it.

“What we do is go to each other's events and that is how it works really.”

The Black Market venue had over 100 scooters at the event.
Warsop resident Janet Fritchley shows off her jacket.