We've just finished putting together edition 36 of ScooterNova and now it's at the printers for the final stages of production. Yes, we've reach number 36 already. How did that happen? With six magazines every year, the time has flown by! Anyway, to celebrate we've put together another cracking read for you all to enjoy, … Continue reading ScooterNova 36 – has it been that long already?
Leading up to the Scooterist Weekender in Cologne today, Rimini Lambretta Centre - Casa Performance have been teasing about a big reveal at about 3pm local time. That is still to come, but with the ScooterNova stall located next to our friends at RLC we couldn’t fail to notice a couple of special products they … Continue reading New 250cc twin-cylinder Lambretta engine and 333cc motor launched in Cologne
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
As we've reported here before (fairly recently in fact), Rimini Lambretta Centre have been given the task of recommissioning one of two remaining Lambretta twin-cylinder prototype scooters.Well they've worked their way down the chassis and after stripping the front end have taken pictures of the scooter's unique front disc brake set up. To those not … Continue reading Lambretta prototype disc brake
This is more a post to point you in the right direction for some 100% genuine and rare scooter porn! Get your tissues at the ready and start drooling...Rimini Lambretta Centre have been tasked with stripping and rebuilding one of only two remaining Innocenti Lambretta twin-cylinder scooters from the 1960s. The engine was previously on … Continue reading Rare Lambretta 200cc prototype twin cylinder – Innocenti test scooter stripped for rebuild