ScooterNova 32 – Pre-order today

From dual-control scooters for 1960s learner riders, to tales from the Innocenti Lambretta factory floor, the brand new ScooterNova magazine has plenty of in-depth articles to keep you enthralled from start to finish!

Edition 32 of ScooterNova is about to hit the streets and once again the magazine is packed full of scooters from cover to cover. In true ‘hold the front page’ style, we managed to include the latest events; Big 7 scooter rally, EuroLambretta in Belgium, AltRollerTreffen in Germany, plus Kelso and Tenby scooter rallies too.

A few months ago we sat down with one of the most well-known faces in the British Vespa Club scene, Peter Guppy, to talk about his many decades of riding many of Piaggio’s finest scooters all over the UK and Europe. He has shared some great stories and photographs with us too.

Meanwhile we took a first ride on the new Granturismo GT110cc kit for the Lambretta Lui. If you have a little 50cc Lambretta that is woefully under-powered on British roads today, then you’ll want to read this article about the first test-ride of a British kit on British roads in British traffic… and in British rain!

In the world of custom scooters, Dave Dickinson at DDK produces some legendary work and his latest creation is this stunning Vespa PX, Jeepers Creepers – a remake of a scooter he first painted many years ago.

While for the Lambretta street racer fans, this stunning Jupiler GP felt very much at home ridden to the Belgium EuroLambretta a few weeks ago!

Elsewhere we have reports of the London to Brighton Vintage Scooter Ride, the AltRollerTreffen in Germany that celebrated 70 years of German scooters, and the amazing Hoffman Vespa event also in Germany where early handlebar models were let loose on a banked circuit for a few laps.

From Down Under we’ve a report from the Australian Mille event which sounds amazing, and the final cuatom scooter is a Lambretta named Whateva which was built during Lockdown using mostly spares and leftovers from other projects.

Add in some news and product reviews and once again you have another pages of ScooterNova magazine full of scooters you want to read about, events to inspire you, and nostalgia to enjoy.

You can pre-order edition 32 by clicking this link. Alternatively you can subscribe to ScooterNova by clicking this link and have it delivered regularly to your home.

Edition 32 will be published on 30 June 2022 and subscription copies will be posted out before this date.

Enjoy the read, enjoy the ride!

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