Edition 29 of ScooterNova is on the way, and we're pretty excited about it I can tell you! So what's inside this latest scooter magazine then? We've a wide variety of interesting machines and stories to tell, but this also includes number of fascinating scooters of which their owners are responsible for creating. The contents … Continue reading Are you ready now?
Like many other scooter rallies in 2020, the popular Mersea Island event has also fallen victim to the Coronavirus pandemic. Nevertheless, organisers the Colchester DVLC (District Vespa & Lambretta Club) are having a virtual rally online with Scooterist Internet Radio providing the entertainment. To find out more about the event, which I like many have … Continue reading Mersea Island – The First 26 Years
As I type this blog I know that in a perfect world I should really be riding my classic Lambretta home from Devon, which is where the Mike Karslake Memorial Rally was due to take place this weekend. Unfortunately of course, 2020 has become an uncertain and rather unpleasant year for all, so instead I'm … Continue reading The First Lambretta Museum
We’re sad to announce that artist, scooterist and friend Paul Karslake has sadly passed away after battling pneumonia, according to the Southend Echo website. Privately I’d received a couple of telephone calls from concerned people who had heard rumours, and the family have recently confirmed that the rumours are sadly true. Born in 1958 and … Continue reading Paul Karslake RIP
We came across this video the other day and while the single isn't due for release until the end of January, we thought you'd like to watch this now! The Beatniks are a Mod/ garage/ beat band from Southend-on-Sea in sunny Essex and feature a couple of scooter riding band members – yes, the scooters … Continue reading The Beatniks promo video (yes… with scooters!)
It's always interesting to learn what scooter shops did in days gone by to attract customers, and here's an insight to 1971. Roy of Hornchurch in Essex were a Lambretta dealer through to the 1980s but in 1971 to sell the then latest Grand Prix model, they offered potential customers a tuned top end, big … Continue reading Coffee and Lambretta