British scooter company Scomadi have had to alter their range plans after Piaggio have apparently stopped supplying engines outside of their own group of companies. This means that the Scomadi 300, which was to be powered by the same Piaggio 4-stroke automatic scooter engine as used in their own Vespa GTS 300, is no … Continue reading Scomadi 300, no. Scomadi 200, yes!
Post by Scomadi Ltd. Here's a video of the new Scomadi 300cc scooter on the dyno undergoing further testing and pre-launch checks at PM Tuning Racing Products Ltd Scomadi HQ. For expected launch dates of the Scomadi range see our story from December 2013.
There have been a lost of posts on the internet regarding the forthcoming Scomadi scooters, and indeed we've blogged about Scomadi a few times here and here. There's certainly been plenty of excitement about the scooters and of course the big question on everyone's lips has been the retail price. How expensive (or cheap) will … Continue reading New Scomadi Scooters – Prices and dates for 2014? Not yet.
The Scomadi brand name arrived a few years ago as a result of research and development into creating a modern scooter that was influenced by 1960s Lambretta scooters. The first scooters were hand-built, limited edition carbon fibre bodied scooters powered by 250cc and then 300cc Piaggio 4-stroke auto engines, as used in the Vespa GTS … Continue reading New Scomadi 50 & 125cc scooter launched in Milan