Lambretta Top Speed Records – who is aiming for them?

Back in 1951 Innocenti built a 125cc record-breaking Lambretta ‘siluro’ that reached 201kph (125mph), breaking records in  Continue reading

Number 8 is looking great!

Edition 8 of ScooterNova magazine is at the printers, ready to go. The last two months have flown by with rallies in England, Wales, Scotland and Spain to attend, keeping our scooters’ wheels turning almost non-stop!
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Vespa Sei Giorni in ScooterNova magazine

The 2017 Vespa GTS 300 Sei Giorni and the 1951 Vespa 125 ‘Sei Giorni’ Racer.

Edition 4 of the new ScooterNova magazine is out now and includes an article on the Vespa 125 ‘Sei Giorni’ Racer.
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Record breaking Lambretta scooter rides again!

The Lambretta Siluro prepares for another record attempt.

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

ScooterNova Magazine at Mersea Island

With two great rallies so close to each other there’s no point in unpacking much, so we’re refuelling our scooters and heading down to sunny Essex this weekend for Mersea Island scooter rally.


Over the weekend we’ll be sharing stall space with the Lambretta Club of Great Britain, helping them out too. We will of course have the brand new edition 3 of ScooterNova magazine, which coincidentally – as we will be with the LCGB – has a massive 12 page feature on the 70th anniversary of Lambretta, together with a selection of rare and unseen photographs from the Innocenti archives in the 1960s. I can assure you, no other scooter magazine has access to such images.

Of course there is plenty more inside edition three too, from a rusty eye-catching Vespa built on a budget to Part 2 of the ‘touring to Moscow’ story. We have an exclusive on the Lambretta Siluro record breaker which was recently recommissioned for Goodwood, and we pit a luxury vintage Germany scooter against an Italian rival to see what was the best electric start machine from the 1950s. There is a gorgeous Vespa GS that you can’t help but admire and we are also proud to have yet another exclusive feature on a custom scooter that deservedly won a number of trophies at the Isle of Wight last week, Discworld. Put simply, ScooterNova is 100 pages of quality magazine with credible articles throughout and selective advertising!

Speaking of the IOW, our ‘peep hole’ photograph head shot concept went down a storm on the rally site at Smallbrook stadium, and Colchester DVLC have invited us to bring it along to Mersea Island too, so all those who missed out last weekend will get a chance to join in the fun in Essex! (**note to parents, PLEASE don’t let you kids climb on or swing from the framework, because it damages it and we can’t afford to be replacing it on a regular basis – thank you!).

So come along and say hello over the weekend, feel free to browse through a magazine (we’ll have all three issues with us) to see what the fuss is about if you’ve not yet seen ScooterNova for yourself, and have a safe ride!

ScooterNova number 3 – be one of the first!

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Good day and welcome one and all. We’re just dropping you a quick line to say that despite a busy scooter riding calendar this summer, we have found time to produce the third edition of ScooterNova Continue reading

The Last BSRA Scooter Rally of 2016 at Bridlington

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After a couple of weekends without rallies, we were more than ready for the ride to Bridlington on Friday morning for the last BSRA scooter rally of this season.  A surprisingly Continue reading

Bridlington Scooter Trade & Custom Show 2016

snrlcsilIt’s that time of year again scooter people; as October draws to a close so the Bridlington show arrives, signalling the end  Continue reading

Casa Lambretta Clothing

Casa Lambretta

Casa Lambretta

I suppose it was only a matter of time, but finally Casa Lambretta of Italy have joined the masses and produced a range of clothing. Unlike some other brands however, this is actually quite stylish and certainly unique.

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