Since the launch of ScooterNova magazine in 2017, as well as covering Great Britain we’ve attracted a number of overseas readers throughout Europe as well as from America, Asia, Africa and Australia too. We understand that Continue reading →
One of the biggest hurdles scooter manufacturers in the post-war years had to overcome, was prejudice from motorcycle owners and manufacturers. But if they were going to survive in a tough market, they couldn’t hide in the shadows. Something had Continue reading →
Last week we packed our bags for the ride to the much anticipated Rimini Lambretta Centre Open Day. It certainly didn’t disappoint! Team RLC worked hard to entertain all the Lambretta enthusiasts who made the trip to their new shop in Poggia Torriana.
Impeccable workshop, stunning displays and a warm welcome met us. The Siluru record breaking Lambretta, two SX twins and a prototype Lambretta taxi kept everyone entertained. There was even a chance to ride the shop demonstrators featuring the new Casa Lambretta 225cc kit and the BSG developed 305cc engine.
A full day of scooter heaven was followed by a top party with food, music and more scooter talk into the small hours. Scooter sensory overload.
Just days after we get to see the beautiful billet Lambretta and Vespa casings from BSG Casa Lambretta here at Bridlington T&C Show, the internet is alive with rumours that more new Lambretta engine casings are soon to be arriving on the market. 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 →
The Lambretta Series 1 is a model we hold dear to our hearts here at Scooternova, which also translates into yes, we have and they are a lovely scooter to ride too! Sadly though, not in as amazingly original condition as this example which was recently unearthed by Rimini Lambretta Centre in Italy.