SIP’s Anniversary helmet

Helm SIP 25 Jahre black Curve 2018To celebrate their 25th anniversary, SIP Scootershop in Germany have teamed up with Italian manufacturer 70’s Helmets to produce a limited edition SIP crash helmet. Continue reading

New old-skool helmet from Shoei

Japanese crash helmet manufacturer, Shoei are the latest to join in with a new ‘old-skool’ style helmet for the ever-growing retro rider market. Continue reading

Black Friday at ScooterNova

ScooterNova real leather key holders: made in England.

Today is Black Friday apparently, not something we here in the UK are too familiar with but we here at ScooterNova are, if nothing else, open-minded… ;-) Continue reading

Noys-Ray Lambretta Fairings

noysfairing copy

Of all the rare scooter accessories doing the rounds today, very few are made of fibreglass… for obvious reasons. No, it’s the steel Continue reading

Coffee and Lambretta

It’s always interesting to learn what  scooter shops did in days gone by to attract customers, and here’s an insight to 1971. 

Roy of Hornchurch in Essex were a Lambretta dealer through to the 1980s but in 1971 to sell the then  latest Grand Prix model, they offered potential customers a tuned top end, big carb, lightweight panelwork, the promise of a forthcoming 5-speed gearbox…. And a welcoming cup of coffee for all!    

Roy of Hornchurch advert, 1971

1967 – What type of scooterist are you?

We found this in an old scooter magazine form the 1960s and saw a number of similarities to riders today.

So, what type of scooterist are you then?

Mod? Wobbler? Commuter? Or A. N. Other?

Drop us a line and let us know!

Redex advert 1967.

Redex advert 1967.