Enrico Piaggio’s intent was to offer an easy-to-use, economical, and versatile vehicle, a light transport for the working man, alongside his revolutionary personal transport, the Vespa scooter. He commissioned his talented and creative engineer Corradino D’Ascanio to once again come up with a solution, a light three-wheeled commercial vehicle affectionately named the bee, or Ape.
Slowly my eyes adjusted to the gloom and I realised this was the scooter equivalent of the closing scene from Raiders of the Lost Ark…
Changes to the European emissions laws has meant that many popular 50cc mopeds have gone off sale or been updated in recent years, but there’s still plenty of demand for stylish scoots that can be ridden by 16-year-olds.
You know how it goes. It’s lunchtime on Thursday and I’m killing time hanging around in some old factory […]
A famed traveler and Vespa enthusiast has passed away.
For Juvena Huang, the world, and wherever loving people are, is her home.
I wonder it smells like when the engine overheats?