As well as over 100 scooters to admire next Sunday, there are some fine scooter parts from quality traders also in attendance. VE UK recently became the UK importer of VMC Vespa tuning parts from Vicenza in Italy and are proud to be showing them to the public for the first time at ScooterExpo on … Continue reading VE launch VMC Vespa Tuning to UK plus their new AF Rayspeed range at ScooterExpo
From dual-control scooters for 1960s learner riders, to tales from the Innocenti Lambretta factory floor, the brand new ScooterNova magazine has plenty of in-depth articles to keep you enthralled from start to finish! Edition 32 of ScooterNova is about to hit the streets and once again the magazine is packed full of scooters from cover … Continue reading ScooterNova 32 – Pre-order today
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!
The man behind the Gran Turismo range of Lambretta kits, Richard Taylor, has been working away on an new product. This time he’s looking at the Lambretta smallframe market, the Lui and J range scooters. Pictured are the first test fits of the Gran Turismo GT110 and GT120 bolt-on cylinder kits for small case Lambretta … Continue reading New British Lambretta Lui/J Kit from GT
Our scooters are packed, waterproofs ready and Friday morning sees us heading towards Southport in Merseyside on our classic 1960s Italian shopping machines for the BSRA Trade & Custom Show. Who else is going? The last major national event of what has been an unusual year, VFM and Lambretta Club Great Britain have put together … Continue reading New ScooterNova #28 at Southport Scooter Rally
The Lambretta LD was produced by Innocenti for most of the 1950s and together with with it's open-frame sibling, the Model D, hundreds of thousands were sold. Great for their time, but not really suitable for modern roads. Until now... In edition 22 of ScooterNova magazine we exclusively road test the new Granturismo LD150 Reed … Continue reading Tuning a 50s classic Lambretta