Belladonna Scooters Orpington

Scooters are an eco-friendly, cost-saving mode of transportation that many people are turning to as an alternative to owning a car. Continue reading to learn more about Belladonna scooters and get information on local companies and providers that will help you in your search.

21St Moto
01322 666565
London Road
Swanley
 
Premier Motorcycles Ltd
0208 777 8040
131-133 High Street
West Wickham
 
Charmwood Motorcycles
01689855559
Unit 4 Charmwood Farm
Orpington
 
Baz-Bikes
01689-838525
The Forge
Orpington
 
Advance Leisure
01689-861336
141 High Street
Orpington
 
Vic Eastwood
01322-669469
London Road
Swanley
 
Karting Magazine
15 Morrfield Road
Orpington
 
Top Dog Motor Cycle Performance Products
01689-813030
37 High Street
Orpington
 
Lockyer Motors
01689-824567
The Forge
Orpington
 
H M Racing
01689-856595
81 High Street
Orpington
 

Belladonna RV150 Review

Now before we get into this lets get a few things cleared up. If you’re looking for the most economical, most cutting edge hyper super maxi turbo piping hot like a fried jalapeno kind of scooter…then move on. Hit the reviews link again and have a look at the new Ultra Max, Double Max…Rodent Edition ‘Goes like a cut weasel’ model….I’m sure you’ll like it. If however you’re the kind of person who thinks a 60s Aston Martin is cool…then read on because you clearly know your style and the Belladonna RV150 could be exactly your bag…baby.

The Belladonna is the New Zealand and Australian branded version of the Indian built Vespa PX called the LML…in the USA it's called the Stella and it’s called various other names globally depending on the country. In Uzbekistan its marketed as the Qaraqalpaqstan Xorazm, which when carefully translated form Uzbek to English means "scooter of lumpy pimple" (this may not be entirely true)...anyway far be it to just call it an LML in all markets…that would be way too simple.

Back in 1984 LML began a technical collaboration agreement with Piaggio of Italy and a scooter project was set up. In 1986, the LML NV was launched. The LML Select followed in 1993; featuring new technology and aesthetics; it became an instant success. LML's joint venture with Piaggio ended in 1999, however LML continued to manufacture the Star; the classically styled steel-bodied scooter with twist-shift 4-speed manual transmission and 150cc two-stroke engine; basically the bike you see before you.


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