We’ve known the folks at Rimini Lambretta Centre for many years now, shared many an adventure with them and had the pleasure of not only their company both in Italy as well as hosting them in the UK, but also their scooters and scooter skills too (in fact RLC kindly did the engine for my Starstream I’m currently rebuilding). Over the years many friendships have been formed there, which is a wonderful thing to say about a business.Continue reading
When the late Mike Karslake’s Lambretta Museum went up for auction in the early 1990s, the scooters were scattered across the four corners, many to become insignificant Lambrettas once more.
However his restored Model D with the reg number LAM 150D stood out for all the right reasons, and the story of what happened to that and where it is now can be read in edition 14 of ScooterNova magazine, available now from our secure online shop.
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On the last weekend of June we are totally spoiled for choice, with stacks of events for scooter enthusiasts. From north to south here’s just a selection to get your wheels spinning!
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A few new products have dropped into our electronic inbox in recent weeks that have stirred our interest, and so we thought we’d share a few with you if you’d not seen them yet yourselves.
This French Lambretta LD had spent many years gently residing in a barn, until it was discovered upon when it became destined for better 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
Okay so it’s a tenuous link, but hey, we like scooters and it seems a topical time to return to some of those from southern America, okay? Continue reading