How far would you go to customise your favourite vehicle? This is a 1996 Lambretta GP 200 that has had some serious cosmetic enhancement. The theme is inspired by the band The Cult. Owner Jason commissioned award-winning airbrush artist Dave Dickinson at DDK Airbrushing to paint the panel work with murals so lifelike you'll hardly … Continue reading Lambretta with SERIOUS Customisation
Ever wondered what goes into a scooter seat? We don't mean an off-the-shelf cheap seat for £50 that was mass-produced in Asia. We are talking about a handmade seat for your classic or custom scooter that’s produced here in the UK. Scoots and Soul will have a stand this Sunday 21 May at ScooterExpo, showing … Continue reading Handmade seats at ScooterExpo – Made in Great Britain
With the latest edition of ScooterNova magazine hitting the doormats and shop floors of Great Britain, I began reflecting on just how international our small, independent publication has become in such a short space of time. And by international I refer to both content and readership too. The articles include a couple of foreign trips, … Continue reading ScooterNova – a Truly International Scooter Magazine
Brand new ScooterNova magazine, just in time for Christmas!
Regular readers of ScooterNova magazine may have noticed in the latest edition an advert for a specialist scooter auction. Coincidentally in the same magazine we featured a rather rare scooter that will be for sale at the same event… Over the years I’ve seen numerous car and motorcycle specialist auctions dabble in selling … Continue reading Rare scooters for sale at specialist 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!