How's this for a super-cool easy rider? Retired caretaker Geoff Dickson has a mobility scooter that looks so much like a Harley-Davidson it even fools his local police force.
The 65-year-old rebel with a cause, who lives in Wells, Somerset, suffers from a degenerative paraplegic disorder that means he is unable to control his legs and has problems walking.
Geoff told the Western Daily Press: "I was told I had to get a mobility scooter so I went to a local store, but all I saw were pink things with baskets on the front – I really wasn't impressed.
"The woman in the shop asked me what I would be interested in so I told her I wanted something that would go off-road and that looked like a Harley-Davidson.
"Just because you are old and disabled doesn't mean you can't be cool too.
"They hunted around and showed me the one they had found. I got it last summer and it has really given me a new lease of life.
"Some people call me 'The Wells Angel' and that's fine – it's only rock 'n' roll but I like it."
And he told the newspaper how police have mistaken his fully legal £6,000 4mph scooter for a hog.
"When they got out the car one of them was nudging the other and they were laughing. "One of them said 'Sorry, brains over here thought you were riding a motorbike on the pavement.' Afterwards they just kept pushing each other and laughing."