As I type this blog I know that in a perfect world I should really be riding my classic Lambretta home from Devon, which is where the Mike Karslake Memorial Rally was due to take place this weekend. Unfortunately of course, 2020 has become an uncertain and rather unpleasant year for all, so instead I'm … Continue reading The First Lambretta Museum
Scootopia are forging ahead with their expansion into the Lambretta reproduction body parts sector with new rear floorboards for Li/SX/TV Series 3 models. Produced with brand new tooling which allows nice sharp edges they have added welded strength plates to prevent cracking from stand clatter too. Priced at £64 a pair (UK price – overseas … Continue reading New Lambretta Footboards
Edition 10 of ScooterNova magazine is being finished, ready to be sent to the printers next week. We’re very excited and proud to announce that of the many exclusive features inside we have the famous 1980s show-winning custom scooter of Jeremy Howlett, Wake! Now with a new owner and painstakingly restored to its former glory, … Continue reading Wake Up – ScooterNova 10 is on its way!
Casa Lambretta have been busy of late, which readers of ScooterNova magazine will know from our 'New products' pages. Their latest announcement is that production of remade Lambretta forks is about to begin in Italy. Casa Lambretta tell us that they will be, "Manufactured in Italy exclusively for Casa utilising the best materials available." Eight … Continue reading Remade Lambretta parts and kits for smallies
As you know, we here at ScooterNova do like to ride our scooters, an ethos that ties in perfectly with this weekend's trip away with like-minded folk in The Awfully Pleasant Scooter Association. Created a number of years ago by our friends at Disco Dez Scooters, the ethos is a laid back, gentle day of … Continue reading An Awfully Pleasant scooter weekend
Of all the rare scooter accessories doing the rounds today, very few are made of fibreglass… for obvious reasons. No, it's the steel bolt-on bits that have survived the ravages of time, albeit often with peeling chrome plating and absent decals. With mass-produced items like screens for road use from the likes of Feridax … Continue reading Noys-Ray Lambretta Fairings
A few days ago we brought you an old advert from 1981 of the API Lamby scooter and Mac 175S, and prior to that an article about scooters in India along with the perils of buying a restoration blind over the internet. Since then we've had a couple of people asking about the Mac 175S, … Continue reading The API Mac 175 (not a Lambretta or Apple Mac!)