Scoot The Thames In Pictures

See what happened when the mods took over the 'Marsh.

Hundreds of Lambrettas, Vespas and mod maniacs paid a visit to Lower Marsh on Saturday, April 27th.

The 60s enthusiasts gathered south of the river to celebrate Scoot The Thames, a regular rideout across London bridges organised by man-about-Waterloo Bob Morris.

Dressed-up bikes mingled with market stalls and the sounds of Scooter Caffe during the daytime event.

Bob, a long-time scooter-lover and music promoter, said: "This was by far the best Scoot The Thames yet. 

"There were at least 200 scooters there and everyone was having a great time. Lower Marsh went back to the 60s for the day, and there were people here from scooter clubs as far afield as Coventry.

"I look forward to announcing the date of the next Scoot via WeAreWaterloo.co.uk in the near future."

Lower Marsh Market manager Ben Norum added: "It was a great day and we definitely want to do this more often.

"I personally counted more than 150 scooters at one point, which shows how much people love their scooters and love the street."