Yes the rumours are true – and if you attended the
Bridlington Trade & Custom Scooter Show in the UK on 25 October 2014 you’d have seen all this for yourself!
The BSG Lambretta casing on display at Bridlington, October 2014.
Posted in Lambretta, scooter racing, Vespa |
Tagged 100mph lambretta, 305cc, 5 speed, 51hp, af, ali, aluminium, billet casing, bridlington show, BSG, bsra, casla lambretta performance, cnc, cyclone, dtc, Dyno, et3, highly tuned, Husqvarna, Innocenti, JB Tuning, lambretta, lcgb, Malossi, mental engineering, motocross, Piaggio, polini, px, rb250, Rimini Lambretta Centre, scauri, scooter factory, scooter racing, scooter tuning, Supertune, TS1, Vespa, vfm |
This weekend AF Rayspeed in Yorkshire hosted an open day to celebrate
50 years of the AF S-Type dealer special Lambretta.
Posted in 1960s, Lambretta, Scooter Rally |
Tagged 225, 250, 50th anniversary, AF Rayspeed, AF s type weekender, AF S-type, arthur francis, Arthur Francis Ltd, Dick Sedley, GP, Innocenti, John Ronald, John Ronald Racer, lambretta, lcgb, marketing, metalflake, Norman Ronald, norman ronald racer, Ray Kemp, Ron Moss, S Type, S-type weekend, scooter, scooter rally, Serveta, SIL, SType, Supertune, SX200, Team S Equipe, TS1, TV175, TV200, Watford |
With the long-awaited winter-summer-autumn-winter rebuild of my Lambretta GP 200 finally getting into gear (sort of – I’ve got another scooter to strip down first!), I’ve found myself pondering whether to splash out on a few trick-looking parts as well as rewarding its loyal service of 15 years with a new coat of paint. The big question then – are a couple of carbon fibre parts a justifiable treat, or an extravagance not worth the money?
Posted in Lambretta, scooter |
Tagged 200, accessories, bling, Carbon fibre, custom, dl, gp200, Grand Prix, Innocenti, lambretta, SIL, TS1 |