Together with the Vespa, the Lambretta monopolised the Italian scooter market and was able to conquer that position due to its original technical characteristics and its exceptionally modern design. This is now the third edition of the "Innocenti Lambretta" book by Vittorio Tessera, expanded with all-colour photographs reproducing rare advertising of the period, the manufacturer's brochures and even film posters of the Lambretta, which was the legendary, unforgettable and unquestioned protagonist in its golden years
Born in 1960, Vittorio Tessera qualified as a mechanic in 1979 and opened Italy's first workshop for the restoration of classic scooters. In 1988 founded the Italian Lambretta Club, which boasts today over 2,000 members. In 2001 he founded the Scooter & Lambretta Museum, the most important such institution in Europe. Today he actively contributes to the most important Italian motorcycle magazines.