ScooterNova 32 – Pre-order today

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

New British Lambretta Lui/J Kit from GT

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

Three Shires Ride thank you!

Arriving at the unofficial starting point on Saturday morning, we were delighted to see so many smiling scooter riders! The sun was shining and we set off to ride through the scenic roads of Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire and Derbyshire. It was great to catch up with friends, old and new, at petrol stations and cafes along … Continue reading Three Shires Ride thank you!

New Shop – new designs & new products

As ScooterNova magazine prepares for it’s fourth year of publication, to be celebrated with your forthcoming edition 25, we’ve got ourselves a new online shop too. Very little will have changed from the customer’s point of view, but behind the scenes we have transferred it all over to be completely integral with our scooternova.com website … Continue reading New Shop – new designs & new products

New Lui uprated hubs soon?

Owners of the Lambretta Lui range have had lots to get excited about recently, what with all the new tuning goodies from the likes of Casa Performance, and some nifty new pieces from Luna-Tunes in the UK too. Saigon Scooter Centre have recently dropped us a line to tell us about their new Lui related … Continue reading New Lui uprated hubs soon?

DIY electric motor conversion for classic scooters

Love your classic scooter but want a greener commute? Or possibly you live in a city that is legislating against petrol-powered transport? Then maybe Laurent from Smeets Classics in the Netherlands has a solution here for you. Laurent has been developing an electric conversion kit for four years or so, designed to be sold across … Continue reading DIY electric motor conversion for classic scooters