A fabulous new event arrives on the wettest day in July!
Good news folks, edition 9 of ScooterNova magazine is on the way! Completed and printed in time for the Isle of Wight scooter rally next weekend, you can pre-order online and be one of the first to receive it. So what’s to look forward to in edition 9? We celebrate the 50th anniversary of the … Continue reading What’s inside number 9? New edition out soon!
Some low life scum has stolen Chuck's famous Series 2 TV175 off his driveway between 6pm last night and 1pm today! The registration number is 402 TPE. I cannot tell you how devastated Chuck is as we all are. He has had this scooter from new and we all know it very well. The … Continue reading STOLEN LAMBRETTA – Please help recover it
It's a ride that's often discussed in pubs and bars around the UK, taking your Lambretta scooter back to its birth place in Italy. Many have done it over the years, and we discovered some history of a mid-60s record-breaking Lambretta here on Scooternova previously. But the first to be awarded an acknowledged record for … Continue reading London to Milan by Lambretta
For those that didn't know, there was a factory producing Lambretta scooters in Brazil from the 1950s until possibly as late as the 1980s, although those late models were in fact derivatives of the old Lambretta 3-wheeler which at first glance looked little like the vehicles they were based upon (they also produced them in … Continue reading Rare Lambretta Standard for sale
There's no doubting that in recent years the older Lambrettas have grown in popularity. Whether this is because we're all getting older and our tastes change, or the market has dictated things, I'm not sure. "The market" I hear you cry... Yes, maybe... For a long time the more modern Slimstyle Lambrettas were the more … Continue reading The Lambretta Series 1 – the growing popularity of the oldies
I can't remember where i found this photograph so apologies to whomever first uploaded it (let me know and I'll give you the credit, it's well deserved!). Anyway, I fell in love with this image straight away, of a chap working the metal presses in what must have been a very hot and noisy job. … Continue reading Lambretta Factory – Eibar, Spain