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Scootering April 2017

The UK's biggest and best scootering magazine - with over 130 pages containing some of the best examples of customised and restored Lambretta and Vespa scooters in the world, new scooter reviews and test rides, events/ rallies/ show reports, and the massive 48-page pull-out Scooter Trader section - the best place to buy & sell scooters, spare parts and memorabilia! Each month Scootering also has a large Music section with reviews, band news, interviews and event exclusives. It also regularly raids the archives to bring you best scooter stories and pictures from yesteryear, from Maico to Heinkel, Lambretta to Triumph! With the best classified ads in the business, the very latest news (often before anyone else in the UK!), it's a must read for every scooterist of all ages

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United Kingdom
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English
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Mortons Media Group, Ltd
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in deze editie

2 min.
welcome to the april edition of scootering

I had my mind on costs recently, mostly because I’m attempting to put all my recently accumulated knowledge on paint spraying into effect. The subject matter is my 1969 GP125 and I’m now trying to practise what I preach. The ‘guide to painting’ series we ran was well received, and I encouraged readers to give it a go, so now I’m having a crack myself. Anyone who’s done a full restoration will know just how easy it is to let costs run away with you when you want to fit all the newest and shiniest bits. I am therefore determined to reuse as much of the original machine as I can and stick to the budget. With this in mind, it is rather timely that we’re running the ‘Bargain Hunt’ feature…

1 min.
this month’s scootering magazine was brought to you with the help of...

Big Stan Reaches the parts other scooter journalists can’t reach. Stuart Owen 100mph Lambretta Club owner & scooter restoration expert to boot. Jordan Lewis Hard-riding scooterist representing the Young Guns SC. Darrell Taylor Two-stroke tuning guru and scooter dyno specialist. Christian Giarrizzo Travelling scooter journalist, living the dream. Paul Green Scooter enthusiast, BSSO professional and general good egg. Sarge Key player in the Scootering editorial team since the 80s. Nik Skeat Brilliant beer-brewing bearded feature writer. Dave Oakley Resident nostalgia master, bringing the old school scooters back.…

1 min.
jen’s a winner!

Thanks to the nice people at winningame.com, Sheffield scooterist Jen Priestnall is the proud owner of a fully restored 1960 Series 2 Li. Despite fierce competition, Jen achieved the high score in winningame’s first competition. “I still can’t believe it’s mine,” said Jen. “Right up to the last minutes of the competition I was only a few points ahead of the runner-up.” The Li joins the TV and GP 200 already owned by husband Steve, making a very desirable collection. Flying over from Italy to make the presentation at Armandos Scooters on Saturday, February 18, were winningame representatives Andrea Pradella and Maurizio Corradi. “We are delighted to make Jen the winner of our first competition. The Li is only the start of the exciting prizes to be won by playing our online…

1 min.
scooters come to santa pod

Whether you ride a classic geared scooter, or a modern auto, Race, Rock ‘n’ Ride should provide you with the perfect opportunity to see how fast you can go down the Santa Pod sprint track. If you don’t want to enter your scooter for the event, then there’s still the opportunity to come along to see all the action. You can even visit the scooter pits, to see all the scooters close-up and maybe get a chance to chat with the owners about their individual machines. Supported by both Classic Scooterist and Scootering magazines, the scooter paddock area will be controlled by the scooter sprint gurus who run the 100mphscooter club; they will also be coordinating the scooter entries. Anyone who rides a scooter can join in, whether you’re a learner, aregular…

1 min.
100+mph scooters officially recognised

100mphscooter.comare officially recognising anyone who genuinely reaches a speed over 100mph on their scooter by awarding a certificate to mark their achievement. They will also be included on the club’s top speed roll of honour. Riders must do two things to qualify; firstly you must do 100mph on your scooter, obviously. Secondly, you must be able to validate it with a timing slip from an official timed meeting. The slip must include the time, date and place where the event was held at. The exact discipline doesn’t matter, so it could be over a quarter mile or one-mile distance, just so long as you do it. It is open to any make of scooter, Lambretta, Vespa or any other for that matter.100mphscooter.comwas founded in 2009 by long time sprinter Pete Newbold to…

1 min.
steve’s 2017 twelve corners challenge

Starting on July 17 from his home in Leicester, 77-year-old Steve Gibbs will attempt to drive his 198cc genuine Indian Bajaj rickshaw to the 12 cardinal points of mainland England, Scotland and Wales – a distance of over 3000 miles – in under 21 days. Steve is raising money for the charity Healing Little Hearts which provides free heart surgery in countries without a developed health service, saving the lives of babies and young children with life-threatening heart problems. Steve says: “Last year I did the four cardinal points of mainland UK but this time the challenge will be much harder, really pushing the limits of the Tuk Tuk which has a max speed of 40mph.” If any scooter clubs or individuals fancy riding alongside for any part of the journey your…