Over the years we have done countless miles attending various rallys around the UK and Europe, each year we also try to do at least one long tour. The tours are usually taking a long route to where ever the annual Lambretta jamboree is taking place, but not always, now and again we pick a place and just ride there. personally I also do many miles each year clocking up miles testing, or rather trying to break, various products which are in development.
This section of the website is where the images, video’s and experiences of these adventures are shared, I have lots of adventures to add from previous years and will endeavour to update this section with upcoming adventures as and when time allows. If you subscribe you will be notified when new content is added to the website.
Reverse compatible to standard 200 casings and all internals including crank
Original look with finning and jack points
Utilises original mag flange
Utilises original side case
Crank on original centre line to utilise all current exhaust systems
Utilises any currently available ignition system
Thicker sections for strength and increased gasket face area
Properly positioned rear brake shoe pins
Enlarge rear axle bearing boss to accommodate bigger bearings
Pads for case mounted reed and boosts
Large gasket area for big capacity cylinders
Large crank case for CR250 72mm stroke crank
Big capacity, low cost, water cooled cylinder 300cc
Big capacity iron lined Inter-Continental air cooled cylinder 330cc
100% Made in England
including seal plate and end plate.
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I built an engine into the very first production Granturismo Lambretta case numbered GT200*0001. the process involved stripping down a working engine and transferring all the parts into the new case to make sure that everything would fit.
The engine went together very well.
Below is video footage of its first few miles. 09/06/16