With what is arguably the most colourful front cover yet of our first 22 magazines, the latest edition of ScooterNova has now landed with most of our stockists and European subscribers. Whether you are a Lambretta or Vespa fanatic, there is https://scooternova.bigcartel.com/
plenty to read and enjoy about the new edition 22 of ScooterNova magazine, from the stunning DTC painted Lambretta street racer inspired by a Valentino Rossi crash helmet design, to reading about the two friends who rode the UK’s 2020 national scooter rally destinations in one weekend on their Vespa T5 scooters.
For those with an older Lambretta, we have an exclusive road test of the new GT LD150 kit. Is it what you’re looking for to bring your old shafter into the 21st century? Read the review to find out.
There is another fascinating article by Vittorio Tessera exploring how the Innocenti factory engineers proceed to tune the Lambretta Lui range after soon realising it was not as fast as customers would have liked on the roads.
We also have a wonderful Lambretta J50 Special that is still being used today by a youngster, as it was originally designed to be, albeit now with a CP One35 kit now powering it!
Add into the mix a 1959 Vespa VBA, scooter endurance racing at Teesside, Norrie Kerr reminiscing about the old MSC Open Days of the 1980s, and a look at what happened to the raffle scooter form there 1986 Isle of Wight Scooter Rally (Freedom of Choice), and there’s a lot to get your teeth into.
And if you’re missing the open road, as well as the BSRA ride on a couple of Vespas, there is also a report of the ACU National Road Rally which a few of us attended in September, to keep the oil flowing and small wheels turning. Then settle back and enjoy the latest instalment of Dean Orton’s Guide to Scooter Rustoration before checking out all the new and reviewed products we would like to share with you.
Oh I did we mention the two Joy Division themed custom scooters, one from the 1980s and the other a 21st century show-winner? Or the hybrid shed-built Vespa in s true Garagista style?
Sound good? There is a FREE 2021 wall planner inside every copy of edition 22 for you as well, a giant A2-sized one at that, because as always we are looking forward and with plenty of optimism.
You can buy the latest copy of ScooterNova magazine from many local scooter shops, or alternatively click this link for our online shop to purchase securely and have it delivered straight to your home.
Happy reading folks!
** ScooterNova is an independent scooter magazine, published in the UK by scooterists for scooterists. Available in all good scooter shops, on subscription and via mail-order, the brand new edition 22 is published on 1 November 2020. For more information and to visit our online shop, please go to www.scooternova.com