We've just finished putting together edition 36 of ScooterNova and now it's at the printers for the final stages of production. Yes, we've reach number 36 already. How did that happen? With six magazines every year, the time has flown by! Anyway, to celebrate we've put together another cracking read for you all to enjoy, … Continue reading ScooterNova 36 – has it been that long already?
Edition 20 of ScooterNova magazine is at the printers and if you've not ordered your copy yet, there's no time like the present! Despite restrictions we've put together one hell of a magazine for you all, with some fantastic articles by some amazing people. Vittorio Tessera reveals a rare Innocenti experimental 200cc Lambretta engine that … Continue reading Full of scooter goodness!
Good news folks, edition 9 of ScooterNova magazine is on the way! Completed and printed in time for the Isle of Wight scooter rally next weekend, you can pre-order online and be one of the first to receive it. So what’s to look forward to in edition 9? We celebrate the 50th anniversary of the … Continue reading What’s inside number 9? New edition out soon!
If you are on your way to the EuroLambretta rally in Spain this weekend, then you'll no doubt be pleased to learn that ScooterNova magazine will be there... again! We say 'again' because those of us involved with ScooterNova have been riding to EuroLambretta rallies for decades now, and of course last year we were … Continue reading EuroLambretta ScooterNova stickers & magazines
Something that's been eagerly awaited by many is the arrival of the new CNC machined billet engines from BSG in Italy. Well, the good news is that first of these are now available and being built to order. We first brought you news of this project here when the 305 was announced in 2014 and … Continue reading Vespa BSG 51hp 305 engines now for sale!
Suzuki has unveiled a number of new concept models at this year’s Tokyo Motor Show, two of which we think are of interest to scooterists. The Concept GSX sports bike was "designed to highlight the potential and the future development of Suzuki’s GSX ranges, from GSX-R and Hayabusa to GSX-S." 'So what?' You may ask. … Continue reading Concepts at Tokyo Motor Show