The Cosa from Piaggio, the scooter of the 90s, launched in the 80s. Exclusive to the brand new edition 40 of ScooterNova magazine, we explore how this scooter came into being, the background, the design and designer, the name, the launch and the use of the Vespa badge. It was the Milan Motorcycle Show in … Continue reading Piaggio’s (Vespa) Cosa – the scooter for the 90s that slowly faded away…
I do like a Shoei crash helmet. They fit me well, are light, comfortable, well-vented and of course safe. Got a heard worth 10p then buy a 10p helmet, and all that. I have Shoei NXR helmet and have ridden tens of thousands of miles in it with no complaints. And now Shoei have improved … Continue reading New Shoei NXR2 crash helmet for the summer
Extremely popular among many readers, our magazine storage cases are finally back in stock. Made in England and with a capacity to store up to eight magazines in each case, we decided from the beginning that our quality magazine deserved a suitable method of storage; stylish, efficient and effective. Not only do our cases look … Continue reading Storage Cases Back in Stock
Back in 2016 we speculated that Bajaj Auto of India were to bring back their popular Chetak scooter to the market. It seems we were partially correct... On 17 October 2019 Bajaj unveiled their new Chetak scooter; a classic name from their range once bestowed upon a scooter produced from old Piaggio tooling.Bajaj were once … Continue reading New Bajaj Chetak – a modern classic in the making?
There are not one but two stunning Vespa GS150 scooters in the latest edition of ScooterNova magazine. But did you know there was also a production line for them in Belgium? We don't wish to spoil anything for those who have not yet bought or reader edition 13 of ScooterNova magazine, but while both of … Continue reading A tasty pair of Vespa GS150s