Vespa Elettrica electric scooter

Vespa debuts Elettrica electric scooter

The best thing about the Vespa Elettrica electric scooter is that it is almost a complete mirror of the iconic petrol-powered retro model. And, of course, just like the standard Vespa, it is twist-and-go-throttle so there is one less hurdle among scooter riders crossing over from an internal combustion model to an electric. Vespa Elettrica …

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Malaguti RST125

80-year-old Malaguti brand returns

Over the past few years we have seen old motorcycle brands return to the market and more to come including little-known 80-year-old Italian brand Malaguti. Brands that have returned include Bultaco, Brough, Hesketh, Levis, Matchless and Norton and there are several more to come including Jawa, Cagiva and BSA. Now Austrian KSR Group has announced at the …

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Lambretta Pirelli Limited Edition V200 Special

Lambretta adds Pirelli V 200

Lambretta scooters has returned to the Australian market and “hit the floor running” with six models and a Pirelli Limited Edition V Special 200 arriving soon. Pirelli V 200 scooters run on their Angel tyres and feature two-tone matte grey/black with red highlights and special badges and numbering. Only 999 are being made and Australia …

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Scooter

Fabulous Tips of Maintaining Your Two-Wheel Scooter

(Contributed post) If you are seeking for less expensive, comfortable and way wonderful and relaxed mode of transportation, ride two-wheels scooters. They have all the fantastic features for a wonderful trip. With scooters, you can freely roam around the city without worrying about trains schedules and metros. It is also a great way of bonding …

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Lambretta scooter launch

Lambretta announces launch date

Italian scooter brand Lambretta returns to Australia in August with six models, nine dealers and a public invitation to the launch. Scooter fans can get a sneak peak of the Lambretta model range at the Mailing Rd Auto Classico Event, held at Mailing Road, Canterbury in Melbourne on Sunday, 19 August, 2018. Official launch Otherwise, they can attend …

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Lambretta V prices

Lambretta announces scooter prices

Italian scooter brand Lambretta returns to Australia soon with six models that undercut the prices of countryman Vespa. They will come in 50cc, 125cc or 169cc models in V and V Special variants differentiated by the front guard. Lambretta V has a conventional “flex” front guard that moves with the steering like most scooters.  V …

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Top 5 Reasons Why Foldable Electric Scooters Will Become the Best Urban Transport

Top 5 Reasons Why Foldable Electric Scooters Will Become the Best Urban Transport

Sponsored post The electric revolution is coming. As Elon Musk is revolutionizing vehicles, scooters are also making great progress. Electric scooters come with definite advantages. They have a fashionable design and features and functions that can provide a comfortable and convenient riding experience under any conditions. In the urban area, e-scooters are also revolutionizing the …

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Electric scooter figures in Lambretta return

Iconic Italian scooter brand Lambretta is expected to return to Australia in September with three models, followed by an electric version. Last year, the iconic Italian scooter brand celebrated its 70th anniversary with an anniversary V-Special model (pictured above), a Euro4-compliant range and plans to develop an electric scooter. Around the same time, Mojo Motorcycles …

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Riders could provide Scooti taxi service

Riders could soon be earning a wage taxiing people around on their bike or scooter like an Uber driver, thanks to the new Scooti service starting in Melbourne in April. Scooti chief operating officer Brett Balsters says they are recruiting riders who can use their own bikes or buy an electric scooter from one of …

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Piaggio Medley 150 scooter recall

Piaggio issues second scooter recall

Piaggio Australia has issued  its second recall of scooters this month with a notice that the frames of 50 Medley 150 and 150 S ABS scooters could crack. The official product safety notice on the ACCC website says the frame could flex “under certain conditions and subsequently cause cracking of the frame in a particular …

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