Mark's Model B And Sidecar
Classic Scooterist|December 2019 - January 2020
You don't see many early Lambretta and Tittarelli sidecar outfits, so when you come across someone who owns two the same matching colour – wow!
Rich Addison
A few years ago, Mark Richardson’sModel A with its matching redTittarelli sidecar could be seen being ridden quite a lot in Italy. He even took the combination around the famous Monza race circuit during the Lambretta celebrations, which included the EuroLambretta event. So, to find another early Lambretta in red with the same make of sidecar was amazing. Earlier this year his good friend Lee Parr of Parrspeed unearthed another unique Lambretta, a Model B, also with a Tittarelli sidecar, in Asti, 35 miles from Turin.

The city of Asti is in the Piedmont region in the northwest of Italy and is known as the City of Towers. I'm sure it would have been stunning, riding through the amazing architecture of Roman walls in the summer sun on this splendid-looking classic Lambretta.

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