Motor scooters may have been originally developed as a cheap, economical form of transport, but that doesn't mean to say they can't be persuaded to go faster. Post-war scooters from Lambretta and Vespa are popular the world over with commuters and enthusiasts alike. Throughout the years they have also been on the receiving end of … Continue reading Street Racing Scooters
This time last year we were recovering and reflecting on the first ever ScooterExpo, an event organised jointly by us here at ScooterNova magazine with our friends at Sluk that we wanted to be slightly different from all that had gone before it. When I first mentioned to Iggy that I had some ideas for ScooterNova … Continue reading ScooterExpo One Year On
Judging by the enquiries we've received, the previous edition of ScooterNova that was despatched just before Christmas was a very, very long time ago! Not to worry though folks, because number 18 is here, packed full of scooter-related articles to give your scooter buzz a boost! With the weather in parts of the UK causing … Continue reading Coming of Age – SN18 out now!
Any Lambretta owner who has worked on their own engine will know that the front sprocket assembly can be a right royal pain in the backside. However those days could be over, thanks to those clever peeps at Rimini Lambretta Centre and Casa Performance in Italy. The latest product from Casa Performance is a drive … Continue reading Clever new Lambretta part from Casa Performance
As stated in the latest edition of ScooterNova magazine itself, to compliment the review of the edition 215 that has just been published we have added this brief online gallery. With most of the 100 scooters entered exhibited on the day there simply wasn't the space in the magazine to show them all, so here … Continue reading ScooterExpo gallery
A fabulous new event arrives on the wettest day in July!
If you've an ear for a finely tuned, multi-cylinder two-stroke engine then you'll know what I mean when I say they sound sweet! In edition 13 of ScooterNova magazine we have a good old fashioned road test review of the 275cc Targa Twin engine for your enjoyment and indeed information. But in true ScooterNova independent … Continue reading Targa Twin Review – what a sweet sound!