For those of you who do not already know, New Urban Transport is leaving the scooter scene after 6 years of sales and service to the Albuquerque scooter community. In the wake of this transition, 66 Scooters and Mopeds will be opening in their very same location, just after the new year!

66 S&M will offer service, repairs, parts, and accessories - with some new lines of mopeds coming in the Spring. We've already got a nice clutch of used bikes in line for restoration, which will be for sale very soon.

While the shop will focus on vintage scooters, mopeds, and small-displacement motorcycles - modern scooters will be represented as well. We aim to service the scooter community as a whole, in an attempt to establish a more coherent scootering community in the Duke City.

In a city that offers scooter-worthy weather practically year-round, and in a part of town as scooter-friendly as the University area, we just couldn't stand to see the presence that New Urban Transport established vanish forever.

Opening date is set for early January, so come check us out! Same location as the old New Urban Transport, at 1800 Central Ave SE. More details forthcoming!

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Comment by slamwagon on December 1, 2008 at 6:45am
Right on!
Comment by Masshole in Fringecrest on December 2, 2008 at 2:34pm
The title of your post had me going in another, ahem, direction... of course then it might have been spelled, "66 S&M Cumming Soon" then wouldn't it have... sorry.
Comment by kentifyr on December 4, 2008 at 12:22am
oh, we're cumming alright!

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