We’ve been out and about recently photographing a number of interesting scooters to feature in forthcoming editions of ScooterNova magazine. Two of those are small frame Vespas, both with interesting tales to tell and also coming up for auction this week. The oldest is a 1964 Vespa 50S that was originally imported and sold in … Continue reading Rare Vespas in ScooterNova and under the hammer
Has snow fallen in your area this week? Maybe you need... a 'Snow-Kitten' for your scooter! This accessory was developed in the mid-80s for the Vespa PX range by Tecnosport of Italy. The single sheet, double-sided A4 leaflet is particularly sparse on details, stating that "in a few minutes your scooter becomes a safe and … Continue reading Vespa Snowmobile
With the latest edition of ScooterNova magazine hitting the doormats and shop floors of Great Britain, I began reflecting on just how international our small, independent publication has become in such a short space of time. And by international I refer to both content and readership too. The articles include a couple of foreign trips, … Continue reading ScooterNova – a Truly International Scooter Magazine
Brand new ScooterNova magazine, just in time for Christmas!
Regular readers of ScooterNova magazine may have noticed in the latest edition an advert for a specialist scooter auction. Coincidentally in the same magazine we featured a rather rare scooter that will be for sale at the same event… Over the years I’ve seen numerous car and motorcycle specialist auctions dabble in selling … Continue reading Rare scooters for sale at specialist auction
Here at ScooterNova magazine, we’re not the only ones to have spent time during lockdown out riding our scooters, exploring places new and old. A friend on social media, Debbie Harris from the band Bootleg Blondie (as seen at Warmwell and Woolacombe scooter rallies among others) and Andy have been out exploring London by Vespa. … Continue reading Speedway of Acton Reappears in West London