Edition 20 of ScooterNova is at the printers! Slight delay due to an understandable reduction in staff at the printers, but it’s there now!From Brad’s look back at the 70s scooter scene to the iconic DTC Nike 2 Lambretta street racer, a commuter Vespa GS to a factory Lambretta 200cc prototype engine, an overview of … Continue reading Ready to Go!
Edition 4 of the new ScooterNova magazine is out now and includes an article on the Vespa 125 'Sei Giorni' Racer. We reckon this is a very important scooter for not only Vespa but other brands too, something as scooter enthusiasts that we have all benefitted from since. Earlier in October 2017, Piaggio invited ScooterNova … Continue reading Vespa Sei Giorni in ScooterNova magazine
After a couple of weekends without rallies, we were more than ready for the ride to Bridlington on Friday morning for the last BSRA scooter rally of this season. A surprisingly mild trip saw our merry band of scooter riders arrive mid afternoon. After locking up the scooters and a quick scrub-up we were … Continue reading The Last BSRA Scooter Rally of 2016 at Bridlington
It's that time of year again scooter people; as October draws to a close so the Bridlington show arrives, signalling the end of the BSRA scooter rally season. What, Where and When? Over the weekend of 28 and 29 October 2016, if you've attended before then the format remains virtually unchanged for the last few … Continue reading Bridlington Scooter Trade & Custom Show 2016
Here at Scooternova we swing both ways and beyond. We ride Lambrettas, Vespas and other classic scooters, and we have no biased opinion on any superior marque. So for all the Lambrettisti out there who are adamant that Innocenti's finest are worth far more than Piaggio's best, take a look at what we recently found… … Continue reading The most expensive Vespa in the world?
Of all the rare scooter accessories doing the rounds today, very few are made of fibreglass… for obvious reasons. No, it's the steel bolt-on bits that have survived the ravages of time, albeit often with peeling chrome plating and absent decals. With mass-produced items like screens for road use from the likes of Feridax … Continue reading Noys-Ray Lambretta Fairings
If you've got a Vespa PX125 or 150 – or indeed any other largeframe Vespa with such an engine – and you want an aftermarket exhaust that shouts, 'look at me', then look at this! Rimini Lambretta Centre have a reputation for uncovering the rare and hand-to-find accessories for Lambrettas, but they are also pretty … Continue reading Mental 80s Vespa exhaust!