A modern classic for all scooterists, we now proudly sell the new range of Royal Alloy scooters as a great brand new alternative to our range of vintage scooters.
Royal Alloy have managed to combine modern motoring technolgy with that vintage Lambretta scooter design and all at an affordable price.
Although we still believe that real vintage is best and nothing will ever truly replace the original Vespa and Lambretta scooters, modern day lifestyles, production methods, emissions regulations and technology ultimately mean that our customers needs have been changing in the past couple of years. After testing a number of the newer and emerging scooter brands out (and coming across a few turkeys on the way) we believe that the new Royal Alloy range offers something special for modern and traditional scooterists alike.
Since we started our scooter business in 2000, we have seen a lot of motor manufactures returning to the classic designs of the 1950/60's with brand new vintage looking vehicles like the Mini, VW Beetle, Truimph Bonneville and the Royal Enfield Bullet all indicating there is a market for these revised classic designs with modern upgrades.
Royal Alloy has captured this 1960's iconic Lambretta shape and styling perfectly in their range of stunningly designed modern scooters.
We will always love our true original vintage scooters with their charm and character, but there is no longer a need to lose those appealing looks with your choice of modern transport.
The Royal Alloy scooter offers that style and classic look along with an electric start, four stroke economic engine, superb handling on 12 inch wheels and robust suspension, disc brakes front and rear and overall a most comfortable reliable ride. There is also a digital display giving you all the information you need. The rear luggage rack is a copy of the vintage Lambretta "sprint" rack, a useful anchor point for bags also a toolbox in front of your knees for smaller objects. All models come with a comprehensive two year warranty.
The bikes are a little larger than the original Lambretta scooter and have a more solid feel on the road, both the main stand and very useful side stand are easy to use and hold the scooter firmly.
Overall the RA has come along at the right time, with a scooter that more than satisfies the latest emission laws (Euro 4 compliant) that now dictate the vehicles we are to buy in the future, at least now with Royal Alloy we have a scooter which more than just another scooter.
Representing the best value in the Royal Alloy scooter range is this, the GT 125i AC model. It weights in at a mere 130KG, due largely to its light weight plastic body. The Royal Alloy GT has the modern consumer in its sights. It's for those looking for a easy ride with modern reliability and quality included of course.Under the side panels is a lively (and CBT friendly) 9.5 BHP, 2 valve SOHC engine which gives enough power for most city based users. There are plenty of colour options to choose from too.
Steeping up the engine size (and power) to this, the Royal Alloy GT 200 LC leaps forwards with its higher capacity 200cc liquid cooled 4 valve DOHC engine. The power comes on smoothly throughout the acceleration and keeps going right up to its top end. Perfect for two up riding, whether you are commuting or touring. With disk brakes all round and dual breaking you are going to be safer too. There are a range of stunning colours including red, orange, grey and black.
Here is where things get even more interesting with this metal bodied scooter the Royal Alloy GP 125. The big strength (litterally) of vintage scooters is their metal body and Royal Alloy have re-introduced metal bodies in this model. If you are a traditionalist but looking for an emissions compliant scooter then this is a fantastic modern option. Clean and precise lines that houses a fuel injected 125cc air cooled engine with a rear carrier included in the price too.
Another metal bodied beauty, this time adding modern liquid engine cooling to the mix. The GP125 LC will give fantastic and reliable town based riding due to its low maintainance, reliable, liquid cooled 125cc engine. Its 11 litre fuel tank will also mean less frequent fuel stops. Again with full disk brakes and 12 inch wheels you will feel safe and secure buzzing around on this stunning scooter.
Top of the Royall Alloy range right now is the GP 200 LC with a liquid cooled engine and metal bodywork. This is as close to a modern vintage touring scooter as you can get. With power to spare it also includes electronic fuel injection, a large fuel tank and a stylish king and queen seat. Safety abounds too with ABS stopping you safely in an emergency and the extra bright dual LED and halogen lightling. If you want to ride with confidence and style, then this is the bike for you.
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