Twenty years after the first generation of Piaggio’s Beverly scooter was born in 2001, the Italian manufacturer unveiled the new Piaggio Beverly on their piaggio.com website as 2020 drew to a close. Large wheeled scooters have never really caught on in the UK, but in Europe the fashion-conscience riders appreciate that the increased diameter helps … Continue reading New Beverly 300 & 400 scooters for 2021
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?
As the annual Milan Motorcycle Show draws to a close, you may ask what were the highlights there over the last six days? Luckily Scooternova were on hand to capture the cream of the classic, modern, auto and geared scooter news for you. Euro 4 But first the boring news; Euro 4 regulations for powered … Continue reading Milan Motorcycle Show 2016 – New scooters, parts, lids & stuff!
If you've enjoyed the first two videos in this series, then here's the third in the series... If you've not read the previous post, or have a poor memory, then it's about a Honda-powered Lambretta, a Suzuki-powered Maicoletta and a Lambretta-powered Lambretta, riding from Italy to Istanbul. Enjoy...
Last year freelance scooter journalist Sticky took a riding holiday from Italy to Istanbul with his family aboard some truly Frankenstein-like scooters.He rode his Lambretta (powered by a 250cc Honda motorbike engine) while his wife had a Maicoletta scooter (fitted with a 400cc Suzuki bike engine), and together with Dean from Rimini Lambretta Centre (on … Continue reading Italy to Istanbul on Frankenstein’s Scooters