Burry’s Scooter Pie


The 60’s were the true, toy store fad era of skateboarding. At no other time would you expect to be able to purchase a serviceable piece of sporting equipment from a snack food manufacturer. Yes, manufacturers have been sticking scooter handles on skateboards since shortly after the handles were torn off scooters to make the original skateboards. This one was a special order produced for the Burry Biscuit company, now known as Burry Foods, one time manufacturer of the Burry’s Scooter Pie. What better way to market a scooter pie than to sell an actual scooter? The box came with a skateboard and the handle, so you didn’t have to turn it into a scooter if you didn’t want to.




Here’s what a box of Scooter Pies looked like, courtesy of Mr Toast.


The Scooter Pie giant, courtesy of Dan Goodsell.


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  1. VitaPak had skateboards and sold orange juice in the 60’s.Haven’t seen a board since the mid 70’s

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