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New Vespa ZX 125 with Combi Braking System spotted at dealership - Report

Motoring portal Bikewale reports that the Vespa ZX 125 has landed in India to...
Tags: India, Autos, Vespa, Bikewale


2019 GTS 300 HPE is the most powerful Vespa yet

The most powerful Vespa yet, the GTS300, has arrived in the European market....
Tags: Autos, Vespa


Finally: The definitive movie about the custom moto scene

We’re surprised it’s taken so long. The ‘alt moto’ movement has been on fire for at least a decade, but it’s never made the jump onto the big screen. Oil In The Blood is the first film to catalog the builders, riders and artists who are driving the scene forward. It’s directed by Gareth Maxwell Roberts, a founding member of the Bike Shed club in London and the possessor of an unfeasibly large Rolodex. Gareth knows everybody in the business—and the cast list feels like a Who’s Who of the ...
Tags: England, London, La, US, Chicago, Motorcycles, Ducati, Portland, Wisconsin, Honda, Vespa, Brick Lane, East London, Husqvarna, Yamaha, PAUL


An Industrial Designer's Story of Losing Passion, Falling in Love with Roadtrip Adventures and Designing a Watch

The following essay and photos (edited for length and clarity) come to us from Netherlands-based industrial designer Laurens de Rijke. Enjoy!______________The past five years I have spent developing my first take on a so called 'driver watch'. This first series of watches is called the Amalfi Series, named after the beautiful Amalfi Coast in Italy. It is a watch that is focused on the gentleman driver that loves to take out his car in the weekend. Maybe my story is a nice article on your website...
Tags: Silk Road, Design, Nato, Paris, Italy, Netherlands, Belgium, Kazakhstan, Vespa, Amalfi Coast, Object Culture, CNC, Tbilisi Georgia, Vostok, Technical University of Delft, Roadtrip Adventures


Harley-Davidson Shows Off Its Electric Concepts In Action

Harley Looking Ahead Harley-Davidson made a big effort towards the future with its new LiveWire. However, that bike hasn’t been very well received. Most people aren’t impressed with the range or price. Basically, $30k is a lot to ask for a motorcycle that only goes about 100 miles per charge. Harley showed off two other bikes when it debuted the LiveWire. Two smaller concepts and now there’s video.  At the X Games in Aspen, Colorado, the company brought its two small concepts along and let some...
Tags: Youtube, Motorcycles, Vespa, Harley Davidson, Harley, Aspen Colorado, Vespa Electtrica


Ten products that showcase the Pantone 2019 Color of the Year in full CMF glory!

Named as Pantone color of the year for 2019, Living Coral is an animating and life-affirming coral hue that signifies light-heartedness and positivity. The color is the kind that instantly makes one happy, with its touch of vibrance and warmth, and the minute you add it to a product, it stands out. Companies have, for long, used the coral color to make products look and feel youthful, and to make them add a splash of color to a space. Living Coral’s beauty especially lies in the fact that it goe...
Tags: Apple, Google, Deals, Kitchen, Design, Smartwatch, Watch, Coral, Best Of, Bottle, Popular, Kitchenaid, Editorial, Vespa, Clock, Product Design


Custom 1973 Vespa by IAB owner wears a Douglas Kit and we want one

Not only was this 1973 Vespa restored, but it was also given a unique look with...
Tags: Autos, Vespa, Iab, Douglas Kit


Motorcycle News Roundup – Week of 12/30/2018

Here’s the big news in the world of motorcycles for the week of December 30, 2018. #1 – Arcimoto Snags $4.5 Million Investment For Electric Trike Production https://www.webbikeworld.com/arcimoto-snags-4-5-million-investment-for-electric-trike-production/ Electric trike company Arcimoto managed to get a 4.5 million dollar investment for production of its unique vehicle. This means the company will start churning these bikes out by the end of 2019. #2 – Vespas Retain Their Value Well https:...
Tags: Vw, Motorcycles, Ducati, Electric, Vespa, Zero, KTM, BAGGER, Suzuki, J D Power, Motorcycle News, Stefan Pierer, Indian Motorcycle, Arcimoto, Zero Motorcycles, Million Investment for Electric Trike Production


Vespa Scooters Retain Over 72 Percent of Their Value After 3 Years of Ownership

The Scooters Retain Their Value Better Than Anything Else Can you think of a vehicle that would retain 72.1 percent of its value over three years of ownership? According to data from J.D. Power and Associates, Vespa scooters do just that. This year was the first year that J.D. Power tracked resale value and published a study on its findings. The published study was only on cars, but The New York Times reported that data in the study extended to two-wheeled vehicles, too. The brand sitting at th...
Tags: Motorcycles, Scooters, New York Times, Vespa, Piaggio, J D Power, Motorcycle News, GTS 300, Sprint 150, Associates Vespa, Piaggio Group Vespa, Honda Yamaha Genuine Scooter Co, Versace Prada Gucci


Wheels: A 72-Year-Old Italian Star Barely Showing Its Age

With the exception of collectible vehicles, Vespa scooters hold their value better than anything else on the road.
Tags: News, Motorcycles, Automobiles, Vespa, Motor Bikes and Motorscooters, Piaggio SpA


Aprilia & Vespa 150 ABS, 125 CBS on-road Mumbai prices revealed

Aprilia and Vespa have updated their scooter portfolio with the introduction of...
Tags: Autos, Cbs, Mumbai, Vespa


MAGIC BULLET. Bandit9’s ‘Merlin’ Royal Enfield Bobber

Written by Andrew Jones Let’s not beat around the bush; Bandit9’s critics have been many and varied. They called out the shop by insisting that all their bikes were nothing but Photoshop renders. They questioned their creativity and even suggested they stole ideas. Such is often the fate of those who choose to rock the boat. But for shop owner Daryl Villanueva, none of this really mattered. Like anybody with an honest-to-goodness mission in life, he knew where he was going and what he was doi...
Tags: Facebook, La, Singapore, Motorcycles, Merlin, Classic, Vespa, Daryl, Petersen Museum, Andrew Jones, Royal Enfield, Bobber, Bullet, Jeremy Wong, Bandit9, Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum


Vespa Capital backs Feefo MBO

Vespa Capital has backed Feefo’s management buyout. No financial terms were disclosed. UK-based Feefo is a reviews and customer insights technology company. PRESS RELEASE LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feefo, the reviews and customer insights technology company, has announced that chief revenue officer Matt West, supported by the management team, has completed a management buyout of the business, backed by London based private equity house Vespa Capital. The deal means the management team acquires the s...
Tags: Google, UK, London, US, Trends, Britain, Thomas Cook, Vespa, Livingstone, Operations, CSO, PE Deals, Feefo, Matt West, Vespa Capital, Feefo MBO


Vespa Captial backs Feefo MBO

Vespa Capital has backed Feefo’s management buyout. No financial terms were disclosed. UK-based Feefo is a reviews and customer insights technology company. PRESS RELEASE LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feefo, the reviews and customer insights technology company, has announced that chief revenue officer Matt West, supported by the management team, has completed a management buyout of the business, backed by London based private equity house Vespa Capital. The deal means the management team acquires the s...
Tags: Google, UK, London, US, Trends, Britain, Thomas Cook, Vespa, Livingstone, Operations, CSO, PE Deals, Feefo, Matt West, Vespa Capital, Vespa Captial


1964 Vespa owned by IAB reader neatly restored to original specification

We are back with another rare beauty from the past that was saved by a fellow...
Tags: Autos, Vespa, Iab


Vespa Elettrica: Piaggio’s first all-electric scooter is about to hit the road

Italian scooter manufacturer Piaggio has launched online pre-orders for the Vespa Elettrico — its first all-electric scooter — with shipping starting in Europe toward the end of the year and in the U.S. in early 2019. The post Vespa Elettrica: Piaggio’s first all-electric scooter is about to hit the road appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Europe, News, Cars, Trends, Vespa, Piaggio, Vespa Elettrica, Elettrica, Vespa Elettrico


'Don't touch my Vespa!' Why Genoa is threatening to ban its icon of cool

Nothing symbolises Italian urban chic quite like the Vespa. But in the city that gave birth to them, the diehards suddenly have a fight on their handsCorrado Nicora is talking about the flyest Vespa in Genoa: his own. For his 50th birthday, the secretary of Vespa Club Genoa decided that a new scooter was just what he needed. It had to be the tangerine GTS 300, but there was a problem: it was only on sale outside Italy. He was on the verge of shelling out the extra cash for the imported model whe...
Tags: Europe, Environment, World news, Cities, Pollution, Italy, City transport, Venice, Road transport, Indiana Jones, Vespa, Genoa, Piaggio, Vespa Why Genoa, Vespa Club Genoa, Nicora


Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan Season 1 Episode 6 Recap

Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan Season 1 Episode 6 Recap In the previous episode of Amazon’s Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, Jack and Jim flew to Turkey, and Hanin paid a man to smuggle her and her daughters to Europe. Jack Ryan season 1 episode 6 began with a Suleiman flashback. EVD-27 Six months earlier, Suleiman and Ali dug up a body contaminated with Ebola. They wore hazmat suits and sprayed their suits with bleach afterwards. A man who helped them filled the hole without a suit. Cathy examined samples...
Tags: Amazon, TV, Movies, US, Turkey, Syria, Liberia, Las Vegas, Cia, Jack, Recap, Vespa, Ali, Victor, TV Recap, Tom Clancy


Vespa’s AI-ready Elettrica is the scooter of your electric dreams

And it’s riding into the world in Octobe
Tags: Vespa, Hot Stuff, Elettrica


Piaggio’s timeless Vespa gains connectivity as it goes electric

Italian scooter manufacturer Piaggio has released an electric version of its timeless Vespa scooter. The Vespa Elettrica offers about 60 miles of electric range and more connectivity features than any Vespa before it. The post Piaggio’s timeless Vespa gains connectivity as it goes electric appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Cars, Trends, Vespa, Scooter, Piaggio, Vespa Elettrica


10 Best Italy Honeymoon Destinations

Hey! We are Michael and Alexandra from the travel blog Couple’s Coordinates and today we are sharing our 10 best Italy honeymoon destinations. On the beach in Positano Our relationship and travel have been entwined since the inception; having traveled to more than 30 countries together over the last 5 years. Many of our major milestones have taken place on the road including our engagement in Positano, Italy, and our wedding in Bora Bora. Having lived in Florence, Italy, we have become exper...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Milan, Rome, Unesco, Italy, George Clooney, Frank Sinatra, Honeymoon, Florence, Fiorentina, Caribbean, Vespa, Columbia, Amalfi Coast, Sicily


The Microlino makes ‘adorable’ an automotive trait

As far as automobiles go, cute isn’t a term you see thrown around too often. The VW Beetle, for instance was one of the first cars to be perceived as cute (I’m more of a Mini Cooper man myself), but post its success, not many cars have harnessed that aesthetic… or harnessed it well (Google’s self-driving car looks cute, but feels more like a toy robot than a car).Inspired by the BMW Isetta from the 50s (another adorable car), the Microlino does a rather wonderful job of looking cute, but at th...
Tags: Google, Transportation, Design, Cute, Car, Automotive, Electric, Adorable, Vespa, Compact, Small, French Riviera, Lambretta, Microlino, Micro Mobility


Piaggio India to launch EVs in India; Vespa Elettrica e-scooter on the cards - Report

Piaggio India is planning to introduce electric vehicles in India, including...
Tags: India, Autos, Vespa, Piaggio India, Vespa Elettrica


Vespa Notte launched in India at INR 70,285 - Report

Piaggio India has launched the Vespa Notte in India at a price of INR 70,285...
Tags: India, Autos, Vespa, Piaggio India, Vespa LX 125, Vespa Notte


If Motorcycle Manufacturers Made Cars: A Sneak Peek!

Japanese car maker Honda started out by crafting motorcycles in 1949, and the company is still regarded as the world’s largest motorcycle manufacturer today. Unbeknownst to many, Honda made automotive piston rings for Toyota before shifting their attention to motorized two-wheeled bicycles. And the rest, as they say, is history. This is a great example of a motorcycle manufacturer who decided to make cars. But what if Aprilia, Ducati, and other iconic motorcycle brands shifted their attention to...
Tags: Utah, Feature, Porsche, Ducati, Ford, Autos, Toyota, Volkswagen, Honda, Audi, Leeds, Vespa, Harley Davidson, Cool Stuff, Kawasaki, Gateshead


Giving up car helps lead to luxury apartment

SAN DIEGO (KGTV) - Giving up your car to save money may seem unfathomable in our spread out city.But it may not be as hard as it seems - and it could even help lead to a luxurious lifestyle.Take Ryan Swedlund and Jeff Olson, who rent a luxury apartment at Ariel Luxury Rental in Little Italy for $2,200 a month. They say they couldn't do it if they had cars. Not having vehicles saves them thousands per year on gas, maintenance, and insurance. Plus, they don't pay Ariel's roughly $140 a...
Tags: San Diego, Ariel, Vespa, Jeff Olson, Little Italy, Olson, North Park, Mission Valley, San Diego KGTV, Making It In San Diego, Ryan Swedlund, Ariel Luxury Rental, Swedlund


The company that invented the Vespa scooter is now testing this amazing luggage-hauling robot

Developed by the company behind the Vespa scooter, Gita is a mobile carrier designed to make mobility and transportation easier and more efficient for pedestrians. A compartment within Gita can hold 44 pounds of cargo such as backpack, a briefcase, or any other items that make walking cumbersome. The robot pairs with a human wearing an issued wearable and is then able to follow them, memorizing routes as they go. Seventy two years after launching the iconic Vespa scooter, Italian motor vehicl...
Tags: Boston, Trends, Vespa, Piaggio, Gita, Piaggio Fast Forward Piaggio


Butchered: An insane custom Vespa scooter from Russia

Butcher Garage is not a familiar name around these parts. But they specialize in a genre we’d love to see more of: extreme custom scooters. And judging by this pseudo-scrambler Vespa PX 150, they’ve got the imagination for it, too. Based in Saint Petersburg, Russia’s second-largest city, Butcher Garage is run by three friends: Alex, Mitya and Miha. They’ve been operating for eight years now, repairing, tuning and tweaking scoots. The crew rely heavily on the German scooter parts specialis...
Tags: Facebook, Russia, Motorcycles, Steve McQueen, Alex, Scrambler, Vespa, Bsa, Scooter, Husqvarna, Spiegler, Saint Petersburg Russia, Custom Motorcycles, Keihin, Miha, Anton Gorbunov


A Classic Car Tour of Hageland, Belgium with WOW-Routes

Adrian tours Belgium’s Hageland blossom route in a classic 2CV with a tour package from WOW-Routes the perfect spring day-trip from Brussels. I like Belgium. I think this country has a way of showing its fiercest detractors they are wrong. It’s always cold, they say. It rains all the time; there’s no sun, they say. There’s no way you can enjoy an outdoor activity, have a picnic or a walk. They say it until the sun comes out and officially marked the beginning of spring. Then I’m sure they pu...
Tags: Travel, Reviews, Google, Belgium, Brussels, Vespa, Adrian, Slow Travel, Ruth, Living In Belgium, Slow Travel In Belgium, What To Do In Belgium, Brussels Belgium, Maurice, Leuven, Limburgish


Gorgeous reimagining of Vespas as electric scooters

Designer Giulio Iacchetti was inspired by the clean lines of the classic Vespa 98 to create a spec concept for an all electric model. He nicknamed his digital mockup the Vespampère. (more…)
Tags: Transportation, Post, Family, Design, Kids, News, Environment, Vehicles, Vespa, Electric Bike, Giulio Iacchetti