1. arrowsmike1
    2nd February 2017 @ 9:38 am

    Scomadi to be manufactured in Thailand is fantastic news and will move forward positively in 2017 and the years ahead !

  2. Theraphim Hebraeorum
    2nd February 2017 @ 5:18 pm




    เชื่อถือคนไทยได้……มากกว่าคนจีน 😉

  3. Theraphim Hebraeorum
    2nd February 2017 @ 5:22 pm

    Buy Scomadi only! If you really think you are a patriot, walk it like you talk it and support a British enterprise and the intellectual property of British innovators like Scomadi!

    • Nigel Beevers
      3rd February 2017 @ 1:25 pm

      rubbish, they copied an Italian body and put an off the shelf Chinese engine in. then sell it Europe hundreds of pounds cheaper.

  4. Theraphim Hebraeorum
    3rd February 2017 @ 4:33 pm

    They are a British company. British people making money and paying taxes here. British industry. British scooterists!

    Lambretta were long dead you silly boy! The frame needed massive reworking to take an auto engine and Frank was a pioneer of this.

    Would you prefer Scomadi to be run by two Chinese men who have no history with UK scootering and would love to see rival companies go down the tubes? If you are too young to remember, Frank Sanderson has been developing this concept for 30 years or so. He deserves any success he is due.

    I think you are a Chinese spy posing as a Scootering Troll!
    If not, I am ashamed if you are British.

  5. Nigel Beevers
    3rd February 2017 @ 6:38 pm

    Would you prefer Scomadi to be run by two Chinese men who have no history with UK
    they already have been

    as for taxes, don’t think much has been paid if you look at the accounts.
    and no revenue from china workers

  6. hattori_hanzo
    6th February 2017 @ 8:53 pm

    You only pay tax on profit. Paul and Frank are likely still heavily investing in the development of their product.

  7. Theraphim Hebraeorum
    21st February 2017 @ 3:11 pm

    If we support our own industry and buy from our own then this brand has a chance to be a strong British brand once it is established. It takes time. This is good for UK plc and British tax revenue in the longer term. If you buy the Chinese clone, misappropriated intellectual property of UK business, then you support the Chinese state and contribute to their revenue and underhand industrial practices.
    I don’t know why that is so hard for you people to get a grip of! Weird I call it. 🙁

  8. Scootlife
    25th February 2017 @ 1:33 pm

    Hanway were fine before??
    Don’t turn this into a moral argument! Its business pure & simple.
    There was a chap called Rossa in this story at the beginning!

    • Sticky
      25th February 2017 @ 4:48 pm

      Pretty sure Alan Rosser was only involved with Frank in the RD350-engine Rossa conversion, but never with the automatic conversions that went on to become Scomadi.

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