|Cast||Kris Scholes Scott Whitley Sam Kearney James Cockerill Howard Karloff Alex Robinson Rachel Spencer Greg Snowden Daniel Thomas Mclaney Emma McCubbin Ann Pollard Holly Elisabeth Fairburn Dale Neal Brian Millicent Hayley Leach Tommy Rigg Stephen Rigg|
|Runtime||UK:29.43 min, UK:30 min|
|Plot||For a brief few years in the early 70's the only transport available to the sixteen year old teenager itching to sample the freedom of the open road and all that went with it, was a phenomenon known as the 50cc sports moped. The fastest and most nimble of these was the Fizzy. It was the passport to a young boys dream---Girls. 'Get the bike, get the girl'. It never worked of course, but on occasion it came close! Eddy and Tommo are two likely teenagers about to finish school. They need transport if they are to win the affection of Debs and Ange, two local girls itching too, for the freedom a moped might bring. The two lads set off on a quest to secure funds by any means, to purchase two hot chick magnets--- a couple of Fizzies! Fizzy Days is an affectionate look at a time before video games and I-pods. When all you really needed to get to the front of the line was a Fizzy.... search for Fizzy Days on IMDb|
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|Fizzy Days is a light hearted look at a couple of lads dishonest approach to motorbike ownership. A comedy caper set in the north of England.|
In the early seventies the British government changed the two-wheeled motorcycle-licensing regulations. The alarming rate of motorcycle accidents particularly among the young and inexperienced riders needed to be addressed. The legislation allowing youths that had just turned sixteen to ride 'motorbikes' was instead changed to one where the novice rider could now only ride a 'moped'. Mopeds prior to the new law were tiny machines seen more on the continent than the UK. The idea was to restrict new bikers to a small 'safe' bike with pedals, thus without the power of a real motorbike they were less likely to have an accident. Fine and logical thinking as far as it went.
Stylish 'sixteener specials' began to flood into the UK. By 1972 the sports moped along with another phenomena glam rock, had truly arrived. At sixteen years old if you were a British youth of the time, your passport to freedom, independence and the open road, was your wheels. The ultimate goal for hundreds of thousands of teenagers of the day was the Yamaha FS1E the 'FIZZY', the best sports moped of them all! Why? Because every body knows if you've got the right ride you can pull the birds!
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