It's nearly New Year folks, time for resolutions. So if you've not done it yet, what about passing your motorcycle test and getting a full licence? Here's how they went about rider training in 1958. No laughing at the chap at the beginning please. Oh and while you're watching it, note the legshield accessory extensions … Continue reading New Year, new bike licence?
Christmas is coming, and if you're doing some last-minute shopping, we're sure that every scooterist in your life will always appreciate some new camping equipment! Check out this film from 1959 to see what was hot to erect back then!
Lot 23 at the Motoclassica auction in Melbourne, Australia on 24 October 2015 is a '1953 Bastert Einspurauto Motor Scooter', an opportunity for any scooterist with a liking for double-entendres would struggle to avoid! Helmut Bastert's factory in Bielefeld, Germany built scooters for a short period between 1949 and the mid 1950s. Expensive scooters even … Continue reading Buy a Bastert scooter!
Thanks to the scooter boom here in Great Britain during the late 1950s, a number of innovative people surfaced with products they thought us scooter riders would enjoy. Some of the most creative were courtesy of the Rhiando family who were big fans of the then new 'fibreglass' style material. Dad Spike Rhiando created a … Continue reading Lambretta Scootacaddy by Rhiando
The Lambretta Series 1 is a model we hold dear to our hearts here at Scooternova, which also translates into yes, we have and they are a lovely scooter to ride too! Sadly though, not in as amazingly original condition as this example which was recently unearthed by Rimini Lambretta Centre in Italy. The condition … Continue reading Barn find Lambretta Series 1