We've just finished putting together edition 36 of ScooterNova and now it's at the printers for the final stages of production. Yes, we've reach number 36 already. How did that happen? With six magazines every year, the time has flown by! Anyway, to celebrate we've put together another cracking read for you all to enjoy, … Continue reading ScooterNova 36 – has it been that long already?
New 250cc twin-cylinder Lambretta engine and 333cc motor launched in Cologne
Leading up to the Scooterist Weekender in Cologne today, Rimini Lambretta Centre - Casa Performance have been teasing about a big reveal at about 3pm local time. That is still to come, but with the ScooterNova stall located next to our friends at RLC we couldn’t fail to notice a couple of special products they … Continue reading New 250cc twin-cylinder Lambretta engine and 333cc motor launched in Cologne
Lambretta AF S-Type TJH 25D – the history continues!
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!
Classic British scooter raises £3k for charity
It's good to see a scooter other than a Lambretta or Vespa taking the limelight for a change, in this instance it's a 1960 Dayton Albatross made in London, England by the Dayton bicycle company. The scooter was donated to The Butterwick Hospice, which operates an outreach service at Richardson Hospital, Barnard Castle in County … Continue reading Classic British scooter raises £3k for charity