This Sunday will see our new joint ScooterLab/ScooterNova show arrive at the hallowed halls of Alfreton Leisure Centre, a venue steeped in scootering history. Home of the iconic NSRA Trade & Custom shows from 1989-1991. And have we got a great line up for you! We’d like to thank our sponsors for showing faith in … Continue reading Scooters, traders, deals & more at ScooterExpo
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!
Last weekend saw the scooter season opener in Burton-upon-Trent, at local club the Burton Brewers SC's annual custom show. In a slight departure from the norm however, we joined forces with our friends over at the Scooter Lab UK and shared our photos and stories with them. So for a show report, results and lots … Continue reading Burton Brewers Custom Show 2017
Something that's been eagerly awaited by many is the arrival of the new CNC machined billet engines from BSG in Italy. Well, the good news is that first of these are now available and being built to order. We first brought you news of this project here when the 305 was announced in 2014 and … Continue reading Vespa BSG 51hp 305 engines now for sale!
Last week we packed our bags for the ride to the much anticipated Rimini Lambretta Centre Open Day. It certainly didn't disappoint! Team RLC worked hard to entertain all the Lambretta enthusiasts who made the trip to their new shop in Poggia Torriana. Impeccable workshop, stunning displays and a warm welcome met us. The … Continue reading Rimini Lambretta Centre Open Day
Just days after we get to see the beautiful billet Lambretta and Vespa casings from BSG Casa Lambretta here at Bridlington T&C Show, the internet is alive with rumours that more new Lambretta engine casings are soon to be arriving on the market. The Misano casings originate from Tino Sacchi in Italy, he of Targa … Continue reading Lambretta Misano engine casings