If you’re out and about this coming weekend, you can pick up the latest copy of ScooterNova magazine at either the Hayling Island scooter rally down in Hampshire, or the Shed Rally in Norfolk.
At Hayling Island head for the South West Scooter Clubs stall where you will find ScooterNova magazine being sold alongside rally patches and other event merchandise, as well as SWSC products too.
At the Shed Rally in Norfolk, £1 from each magazine sold via the Shed stall will go to charity, this year raising money for This years charities are Teenage Cancer Trust and Heart Foundation (#smileforsteve). The Shed stall is again the place to buy your rally patches and merchandise.
At each rally, there will be other traders who may also have ScooterNova magazine in stock, so there is plenty of opportunity to support both an independent scooter magazine and independent retailer as well.
AND DON’T FORGET the competition in edition 7 to win a 5-speed Lambretta Clo5e Ratio gearbox and Malossi Vespa kit.
Wherever you end up, ride safe and have a good weekend!
** ScooterNova is an independent scooter magazine, published bi-monthly by scooterists. Printed on to high quality paper, the articles are credible and in-depth, and cover the wide spectrum of classic Lambretta and Vespa scooters, as well as other, less known marques. You can pre-order, buy and subscribe online here. Find out more about ScooterNova magazine here.
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