A very rare 1998 Italjet Velocifero retro scooter, one of only 20 finished in gold, is about to go up for auction. An extremely limited-edition scooter produced in collaboration between Italjet and the renowned fashion designer, Patrick Cox, Sir Elton John’s husband, David Furnish, was the first registered keeper. The Italian Italjet Velocifero retro-styled scooter … Continue reading Patrick Cox gold designer scooter for sale (owned by David Furnish)
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
Back in November 2018, Italjet showed a new version of their Dragster scooter at Eicma, aka the Milan Motorcycle Show. After years of showing mainly electric bicycles there with the occasional appearance of an Asian-looking scooter, or an old Dragster with a Piaggio 250cc 4stroke engine in it, we wondered if this was indeed the … Continue reading New Italjet Dragster coming soon?
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!
The final Lambrettas to roll of the Scooters India Limited (SIL) production line did so in 1997. I know, I bought one of them. SIL were producing scooters using tooling they'd purchased from Innocenti in Italy back in the early 1970s, their scooters badged Vijay Super for the home market and Lambretta Grand Prix for … Continue reading New Lambretta scooters – the good, the bad & the others!