Don't you just love it when a plan comes together? No, this is not a story about the A-Team, but the further history of a rather famous Lambretta S-Type from Arthur Francis Scooters Ltd in Watford, Herts. The scooter pictured on the front cover of Practical Scooter & Moped in March 1967 has a fair … Continue reading Lambretta AF S-Type TJH 25D – the history continues!
Despite everyone in the world of scooter manufacturing favouring automatic (CVT) engines these days, Italian firm Piaggio have launched a new version of their three-wheeled Ape, with a 4-speed engine. Launched back in the 1940s shortly after their Vespa scooter, Piaggio developed the Vespa Ape (as it was known back then) as a small commercial … Continue reading New geared 200cc Ape from Piaggio
This is more a post to point you in the right direction for some 100% genuine and rare scooter porn! Get your tissues at the ready and start drooling...Rimini Lambretta Centre have been tasked with stripping and rebuilding one of only two remaining Innocenti Lambretta twin-cylinder scooters from the 1960s. The engine was previously on … Continue reading Rare Lambretta 200cc prototype twin cylinder – Innocenti test scooter stripped for rebuild