We’ve been out and about recently photographing a number of interesting scooters to feature in forthcoming editions of ScooterNova magazine. Two of those are small frame Vespas, both with interesting tales to tell and also coming up for auction this week. The oldest is a 1964 Vespa 50S that was originally imported and sold in … Continue reading Rare Vespas in ScooterNova and under the hammer
If you're in the market for a new classic scooter, or fancy treating yourself to something a little special, you might want to get along to the Motorcycle Museum in Birmingham tomorrow for the next H&H Classic Motorcycles auction. It has 49 scooters in total up for grabs, mostly Lambrettas and Vespa but a couple … Continue reading More Rare Classic Scooters at Auction
In the 21st century a brand new, 4-speed, classic 2-stroke powered Lambretta is a rare sight to behold. But we've got one for you in the brand new edition 30 (March/April 2022) of ScooterNova magazine. Not content with that, we also have one of the first autolube Vespa scooters ever produced, a Sprint that was … Continue reading Brand New Lambretta, the first autolube Vespa + plenty more scooters too!
Always striving to bring you the most interesting scooter related articles we can, ScooterNova is proud to have a trio of rare classics in the brand new edition of the magazine. Inside number 30 we have the first Vespa Sprint from 1960 with autolube, or Automatic Fuelmix as it was named at the time. Yes, … Continue reading Rare Classic Scooters Unearthed in New ScooterNova Magazine
A big thank you to Andy Francis and family for their hospitality last weekend up in Cumbria at his event. We were in town Friday, out with Dave and Claire from DDK Airbrushing who were doing a live painting display the following day. Good to catch up with a number of other scooterists out and … Continue reading Silloth Soul & Scooter Weekend
Here at ScooterNova magazine, we’re not the only ones to have spent time during lockdown out riding our scooters, exploring places new and old. A friend on social media, Debbie Harris from the band Bootleg Blondie (as seen at Warmwell and Woolacombe scooter rallies among others) and Andy have been out exploring London by Vespa. … Continue reading Speedway of Acton Reappears in West London