War of the Roses ride

Back in 2020 I discovered a motorcycling event aimed at encouraging the growing number of women riders.  Anything that gets more people riding gets the thumbs up from me so I contacted Lindsay Atkinson, the organiser of ‘The Women in Motorcycling Exhibition’, to find out more.  Sadly world events prevented the go-ahead then, but it’s … Continue reading War of the Roses ride

ScooterNova 26 ready to go

Edition 26, July/August 2021, is now at the printers and available to pre-order today! Jam packed full of scooters of all shapes and sizes! With reports from scooter-riding get togethers... ...including the selection of riders photos from our own Three Shires Ride. Read the final chapter of Dean Orton's Guide to Rustoration, full of priceless … Continue reading ScooterNova 26 ready to go

New Xena Disc Lock On Test

"Security isn't a dirty word, Blackadder. Crevice is a dirty word, but security isn't." Meanwhile, word reached us recently of a new disc lock by security experts Xena, who have for a number of years now combined said security device with a loud alarm to deter thieves from your vehicle. The latest addition to their … Continue reading New Xena Disc Lock On Test

Scooters Calendar & Cards

Feeling Festive yet folks? Here's a reminder that there is still time to buy some ScooterNova Christmas cards to send to your friends and relatives this year, based upon a design by our top man Si Barber. They are A6 in size, blank inside to write your own message and we have them available in … Continue reading Scooters Calendar & Cards

Scooters Calendar 2021 – perfect gift for Christmas

Following the success of last year's calendar, we here at ScooterNova magazine produced another for 2021. And yes, we are full of optimism because forward thinking is the way to go! Anyway, the 2021 calendar features both Lambretta and Vespa scooters, plus a vintage Peugeot too. Each and every scooter has graced the pages of … Continue reading Scooters Calendar 2021 – perfect gift for Christmas

Finer tuning for the Dellorto PHBH Carburettor

Lambretta and Vespa scooters emerged from their Italian factories with Dellorto carburettors fitted as standard, and despite an Amal on my liquid-cooled TS1, I still know, love and understand a Dellorto carburettor. Well, understand to the best of my ability that is. The PHBH model of Dellorto is a popular aftermarket option for many of … Continue reading Finer tuning for the Dellorto PHBH Carburettor