In the 1960s, the scooter became as much a fashion statement as humble transport. Vespa and Lambretta were the Coco-cola and Pepsi of the Mediterranean and you couldn’t be a fan of both. They had their own magazines, clubs and mod gangs across the continent.
Source: Vespa Turned 75 This Week
Vintage Vespas are undeniably cool. Even if they’re not your particular cup of Nespresso, it’s hard not to smile as you watch one roll past. They’re just happy little two-wheelers. It’s not easy to improve on the icons, but high up on that list is a fully electrified drivetrain. And, of course, there’s a kit for that.
The Honda Motocompo is arguably the coolest scooter of the 1980s. It was sold from 1981 to 1983 and offered as an option to the Honda City. While not marketed in North America, some examples made it to the U.S. If you’ve been hunting one of these tiny bikes, here’s your chance to finally get it.
Source: 2020 Vespa 946
Despite a slow start to enter the electric motorcycle and scooter market, Yamaha has been making headway in the industry lately. The Japanese brand’s latest offering is the new e-Vino electric scooter. But you shouldn’t start planning to go on any long road trips with this scooter. Its small size and low range make it […]
KUCHING: A Malaysia Day convoy featuring 20 Vespa scooters took to the streets here to celebrate the formation of Malaysia 57 years ago. Organised by the Kelab Skuter Besi Rider, the event was flagged off by Sadong Jaya assemblyman Aidel Lariwoo at a coffeeshop near the Temenggung Abang Kipali Abang Akip roundabout in Petra Jaya this morning. When met prior to the
It’s here! Our most popular ride of the year! This coming Sunday we will be doing our annual trek out to Antelope Island. If you haven’t ridden it before, this ride is one you don’t want to miss! It’s a great twisty road filled with wildlife, majestic views, and a really great adventure. Many years we get the wild bison right on the road and see some incredible autumn scenery. If you have ridden it before, this year John will be playing host and has a completely new approach to visiting the island. John lives out in Syracuse and has an island pass. He’s been exploring it all summer on his scoot and promises to give everyone a new way to experience the island!
We are so excited to have all of you to join us this Sunday at 1:00 PM at Beans and Brews in Syracuse.
- September 27th, 2020
- Time: 1:00 PM
- Meet: Beans and Brews – 1137 W 1700 S, Syracuse, UT 84075
Looking forward to riding again with all of you! Remember, we are still in the COVID times. This means…
- Wear a mask if you are in close proximity to others
- Avoid physical contact
- Social distance
- If you feel sick at all, please stay home and get better
By now, most of us are familiar with the protocols but it’s here as a reminder because we want everyone to have fun, be safe, and enjoy a great day riding!
Source: Vespas and Vines