Looking forward to some quality reading time over the Festive period? Lucky for you the brand new edition 17 of ScooterNova will be published next week and all those who subscribe or pre-order a copy will have theirs posted out before the Royal Mail’s ‘last posting’ date for UK delivery.
This weekend saw the doors open for ScooterExpo, an event that had been eight months in the planning, although in my mind for a fair bit longer than that. While I may have first considered the concept of a new scooter event prior to launching ScooterNova magazine back in 2017, it couldn’t have happened without the help of my friend Iggy at ScooterLab UK. After sharing ideas of an event organised by the both of us, we sat down at the end of 2018 to discuss the potential, various suggestions, and after he came up with the venue, ScooterExpo was born – the first joint event by ScooterNova magazine and SLUK.
Want to help raise funds for a good cause and maybe win a Lambretta in the process?
If you’ve had a little flutter on the football tonight and it comes in for you, then you might want to consider buying a ticket or two for the Project Cancer Lambretta here. The build of this scooter was started by scooterist Ron Morgan who sadly succumbed to the disease before he could finish it.
It’s hardly a secret that from within the scooter scene have emerged more than a few successful musicians, and ScooterNova magazine is the only one to bring the story behind the early days of the Stone Roses whose members Continue reading →
So there we were at the Bridlington Trade & Custom Show at the weekend, the final event in the BSRA calendar for 2014. It was a long ride up but the show and in particular the scooters on display made it more than worth it.Continue reading →
There’s little more to add to this other than if you want to see possibly the maddest looking, low-rider Vespa being ridden on public road – three-up – and you don’t live in Indonesia, then spend 40 seconds of your life watching this video. You won’t regret it!