Here in Great Britain we’re lucky to have the Lambretta Museum in Weston-super-Mare, offering an example of every scooter Innocenti produced from Model A to GP, as well as Lambrettas from further afield such as France, Germany, Spain and India too. It’s a great place to visit, whether in Weston for a rally or a … Continue reading Collection of Rare Scooters For Sale
Whether you’re a fan of modern automatic scooters or not, there is no denying that the latest offering from Italjet pushes boundaries with regards to design. And, in my opinion, the current scooter market desperately needs this! For the main, Italian firm Italjet have been associated with making things a little different, from motorbikes in … Continue reading Italjet – shaking up the scooter market again
Yesterday, Monday 8 April 2019, will likely go down in history as the end of motorcycling in Great Britain as we know it. Yesterday, Transport for London introduced their ULEZ - Ultra Low Emission Zone. Today it is the capital, who knows where it will go tomorrow...This is not a sudden thing, ULEZ has been … Continue reading ULEZ and an apathetic industry?
Hello, festive greetings and happy new year everyone! We hope you had a great time over the Christmas period, whatever you did and where, and we wish you all the best for the new year ahead! Here at ScooterNova magazine we have taken a little time off to relax, but rest-assured we're chomping at the … Continue reading Happy New Year from ScooterNova magazine
There are plenty of scooterists who also appreciate a motorcycle, and maybe it's because of the Italian style and vague relationship with our beloved Vespa and Lambretta scooters, but brands like MV Agusta and Ducati are often appreciated. Personally I quite like a Ducati Monster, but part of that is probably that it suits those … Continue reading New Ducati scooter? It might well happen…