New Vespa Pic Nic Announced

Italian scooter manufacturer Piaggio announced today that a new version of their Vespa Primavera model is to be produced, the  Pic Nic. The Vespa Pic Nic is kitted out with a range of dedicated accessories, "designed for maximum enjoyment of outdoor moments, in the most classic ride in the countryside or in one of those … Continue reading New Vespa Pic Nic Announced

ScooterNova 32 – Pre-order today

From dual-control scooters for 1960s learner riders, to tales from the Innocenti Lambretta factory floor, the brand new ScooterNova magazine has plenty of in-depth articles to keep you enthralled from start to finish! Edition 32 of ScooterNova is about to hit the streets and once again the magazine is packed full of scooters from cover … Continue reading ScooterNova 32 – Pre-order today

ScooterNova on the Road

It's a busy time of year and while we can't be everywhere, we are definitely going somewhere. And that place is out of the office, so this little post is here to tell you that from now until around the 7 June, we will have limited access to emails and telephones as we set of … Continue reading ScooterNova on the Road

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

New ScooterNova Magazine 31 at Tenby

The brand new edition of ScooterNova magazine has been posted out from the printers just in time for the second BSRA National Scooter Rally of this year at Tenby in Wales.  While subscribers and scooter shop magazines are already on their way, the ScooterNova stall will have the brand new Edition 31.  We will also  … Continue reading New ScooterNova Magazine 31 at Tenby

New web-shop for Scooter Restorations

Our friends at Scooter Restorations have revamped their online web shop and what with them serving both the local Nottinghamshire area and scooterists worldwide via mail-order, we thought we'd let you know about it. Formed in 1991 by scooterist Paul Brierley, Scooter Restorations became known originally for their stock of original Lambretta parts. Paul spent … Continue reading New web-shop for Scooter Restorations