The long awaited 300cc Royal Alloy is finally here boasting a liquid cooled, 278cc engine and metal bodied frame.
The scooter includes a modern 278cc fuel injection engine, a comfortable split king/queen saddle, a high capacity 11 litre fuel tank and all round disk brakes with ABS for super sure and safe stopping. The headlight is extra bright using a dual LED and halogen combination.
The nod to the classic Lambretta styling is updated for the 21st century and still remains fresh today. The scooter is Euro 4 compliant so efficient and well within any current emissions guidelines. It also comes with a comprehensive 2 year manufacturers warranty.
If you fancy a bit of customisation or some upgrades then there are also options of accessories like a Scorpion exhaust, white wall tyres and a folding chrome luggage rack for the front of the scooter.
Price excludes £150 OTR charge for freight, PDI, registration, road tax and number plates.
Further specification details can be found at the Royal Alloy website.
What License Do I Need?
You will need a full A or A2 motorcycle license.
To arrange a test ride please get in touch.
*Free UK delivery excludes Scottish Highlands and Islands.
We painstakingly designed and built this unique kit from scratch, choosing only suppliers that met the quality and reliability we demand.
Browse the images and then get in touch to arrange to visit our showroom. We can arrange test rides if you call in advance.
Our Project:E kits were specifically designed to be quickly and easily installed at home with only a basic toolset. A simple instruction manual is supplied and no welding or grinding is necessary. We also offer an installation service at our London Workshop for £500.
All Retrospective Classic scooters and Project:E equipment comes with a full 12 month warranty, covering all parts and labour. New scooters all come with full manufacturer warranties which vary from 12-24 months for the scooters and up to 3 years for the batteries.
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