Posts about motorcycle, moped, and scooter trivia and history
Siambrettas and SIamlambrettas are some of the more unique versions of the Lambretta scooters. Click here to discover more.
These two wheelers may be common in many countries, but do you know what the very first scooter looked like? Click here to find out.
Click here to discover more about the Lambretta Luna – one of Innocenti’s more unique scooter designs – and also their last.
Vespa and Lambretta weren’t the only 1960s scooters you could buy at the time. Click here to discover 7 scooters from other brands.
Click here to discover more about the history of VeloSolex – one of the most quintessentially French two-wheelers.
The movie Quadrophenia has some amazing scooters and motorcycles. Click here to discover some interesting trivia about them.
Did you know what kicked off the Honda Monkey Bike craze of the 1960s – or why they’re called “monkey bikes?” Click here to find out more.
Now that you know about the Sears Puch rebadges, click here to discover 5 examples of these, and how you can identify one with ease.
Yes, it’s true – during the 1950s and 1960s, you could buy Triumph scooters. Click here to discover more about them.
Click here to discover more about German motorcycle, moped, and scooter maker Zundapp – including 3 of their most well-known models.