1. Theraphim Hebraeorum
    6th November 2018 @ 10:10 am

    Oh dear. The original was perfect. They just can’t leave things alone can they. It’s like you get an Old Master painting and decide to “just add another brush stroke” and you end up not knowing when to stop and ruin it completely.

  2. malc horton
    6th November 2018 @ 11:08 am

    What’s the build quality like Iggy?? And are the engines the same as the scomadi? Cheers Malc

  3. Dennis Belford
    27th November 2018 @ 9:37 pm

    The new Dragster looks beautiful. Perfect balance of technical transparency and aesthetic appeal. If it is marketed correctly it will be a hugely successful scooter. The engine sizes are
    set to capture both ends of the scooter market and if the performance lives up to its looks I want one!

  4. Italian handmade scooter seats the N.I.S.A. way | FEATURE - ScooterLab
    5th December 2018 @ 8:44 am

    […] with OEM seats for Vicenza technology firm Askoll; whose scooter is totally made in Italy. The new Italjet Dragster showcased recently at EICMA also has a seat by NISA. Naturally, Enrico is keen to make more OEM […]

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