1950s Scooter Icons

The 1950s were the heydays of the post-war scooter boom, and we've a fantastic trio in edition 1 of ScooterNova for you to enjoy. The Racer First up is actually a replica, or rather a homage to an original racing scooter produced by Innocenti in MIlan. To prove the worth of their then new Lambretta … Continue reading 1950s Scooter Icons

Bridlington 2018 Custom Show Results

Edition 11 of ScooterNova magazine will feature some of the best and brightest scooters on display at Bridlington National Scooter Rally's custom show. Here we have the list of the 2018 winners. A big thanks to all those that supported the event, in particular: The Trophies & Sponsors - Rob Miller & Affiliated LCGB Scooter … Continue reading Bridlington 2018 Custom Show Results

ScooterNova 2 launch celebrations – cheese & wine at Cleethorpes

Only a couple of days to go before Cleethorpes BSRA scooter rally, which means only a couple of days to go before we celebrate the launch of issue 2 of ScooterNova magazine at the seaside resort on the Lincolnshire coast. While subscribers received their copies last weekend, as did the numerous scooter shops who stock … Continue reading ScooterNova 2 launch celebrations – cheese & wine at Cleethorpes

An Awfully Pleasant scooter weekend

As you know, we here at ScooterNova do like to ride our scooters, an ethos that ties in perfectly with this weekend's trip away with like-minded folk in The Awfully Pleasant Scooter Association. Created a number of years ago by our friends at Disco Dez Scooters, the ethos is a laid back, gentle day of … Continue reading An Awfully Pleasant scooter weekend

NSU Scooters – the Lambretta evolution

Back in 1951, NSU of Germany signed a deal with Innocenti of Italy to build Lambretta scooters at their factory in Neckarsulm under licence. The deal was to last for five years, but it seems that the Germans weren't happy simply producing someone else's product and instead preferred to develop their own. But first, a … Continue reading NSU Scooters – the Lambretta evolution

New Ducati scooter? It might well happen…

There are plenty of scooterists who also appreciate a motorcycle, and maybe it's because of the Italian style and vague relationship with our beloved Vespa and Lambretta scooters, but  brands like MV Agusta and Ducati are often appreciated. Personally I quite like a Ducati Monster, but part of that is probably that it suits those … Continue reading New Ducati scooter? It might well happen…