The week-end was all about two new projects, both of them relevant for the local scooter community.
Scooter-Attack was happy to welcome more than 200 visitors and fans to their Dyno Day that took place in bright sunshine on July 22.
On the same day, the new Scooter-Attack Store & Workshop by Zweirad Ferraro opened its doors to the public. The two events were topped off by a direct sale from stock with many interesting products for great prices.
The combination of free of charge test bench, new store and professional competence was well-received and appreciated by all visitors.
Team Scooter-Attack and Maxiscoot were there and ready to help with questions and to give advice, and they were supported by the TB Tuning specialists from Holland.
A young visitor from Saarland was maybe the luckiest of all – without having to go to a workshop and for only small money Scooter-Attack helped him to boost up his bike from 11hp to a whopping 18hp!
Another visitor had a similar experience, his project could be assisted by the new Store & Workshop combo. He was really happy that the power could be increased from 17hp to 21hp.
People really liked the new, redesigned store, since now customers can find and purchase the most popular products in store, and other items can be brought in at very short notice due to direct access to the Scooter-Attack warehouse.
The test bench and measurements stood at the centre of the weekend, let’s talk about the peak performances.
Almost 40 vehicles took part and competed against each other, with lots of determined faces, big smiles and tears of despair.
Vistors were given a preview of the new Maxiscoot twin cylinder custom bike; without any profecional adjustments and with tires that were way too wide for the test bench drum and support, the twin cylinder cranked it up to 62hp.
The performances shown by the official participants proved that the scooter scene is alive and kicking:
Here’s a list of the winners:
- 50cc scooter / drag bike: Daniel Gath 6,2 hp 58,7 km/h
- 70cc scooter / drag bike: Niels Mika 22,4 hp 116,0 km/h
- drag bike up to 100cc: Marvin Fries 25,3 hp 108,9 km/h
- drag bike over 100cc: Normen Neufang 20,5 hp 131,2 km/h
- 50cc geared bike: Marc Mathis 10,6 hp 55,5 km/h
- geared bike up to 100cc: Frank Blatt 13,8 hp 63,9 km/h
- geared bike over 100cc: Patrick Veith 32,8 hp 173,8 km/h
- top speed of the day (200cc max.) Patrick Veith 173,8 km/h