Back in 1951, NSU of Germany signed a deal with Innocenti of Italy to build Lambretta scooters at their factory in Neckarsulm under licence. The deal was to last for Continue reading
Congratulations to Markus Andre Mayer who set himself a challenge to beat a 2010 record of riding a standard 125cc scooter the Continue reading
Have you recently won the lottery? Or are you one of those people who feels that the rare ‘hand built’ Vespa 946 scooters are not exclusive enough? Well, we’ve got good news for you Continue reading
The city of Milan has finally recognised the Lambretta which was produced there from 1947 until 1971, and on 13 December 2014 a monument to this humble motor-scooter was unveiled. Continue reading
Scomadi scooters have just announced the dealer network for their forthcoming range of scooters.
A dozen dealers have been appointed to begin with, covering England from Tyne and Wear in the north-east to Bournemouth in Dorset, as well as South Wales, Belfast in Northern Ireland and Dublin south of the border.
Produced for Scomadi by Hanway in China, it is expected that the first Turismo Leggera 50cc versions will arrive in British showrooms in early December with prices beginning at £1897 for single colour models and £1997 for dual colour scooters.
Next to arrive will be the 125s in early 2015 with prices beginning at £2497, and then later in 2015 hopefully the 300 too.
For more details of your nearest dealers visit Scomadi website.
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The new British scooter brand Scomadi is ready to launch, and have just completed their ‘background film’ for their display stand at the forthcoming Intermot motorcycle show in Köln, Germany next week. Continue reading
The latest news from China, via Preston – and Facebook – is that the production of the Scomadi 50cc scooters is well under way… Continue reading
Following look into the archive of scooter tyre adverts last week, we’ve been asked for more and thought you’d enjoy this from Michelin in 1953…
Now in our fourth decade of riding scooters without a break, I’d like to think that here at Scooternova we’ve learned a little about tyres. Gone are the days where cheap ‘n’ cheerful Ditchfinders were the choice simply by virtue of the fact that they cost less than the rest, now we appreciate that road holding, cornering, grip, use in wet weather and a whole host of other features take priority.