• Vespa Rubber Bush – important little detail

    The little part called Rubber Bush or also known as Silent Rubber is an important detail that often might get overlooked. The rubber block is very important for having a long and healthy friendship with your vespa and especially all it’s delicate metal parts. What does the silent rubber actually do? As the name already […]

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  • Vespa Wideframe Tuning getting more popular

    The world of Vespa wideframe tuning is experiencing a remarkable revival. The new SIP catalog presents a wealth of products and accessories that have been specially developed for the “Lamp Down” Vespa models. From aluminum racing cylinders to modern 12V ignitions – these parts open up completely new possibilities for tuning enthusiasts without compromising the […]

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  • From Kuwait to Germany on a Vespa

    A Vespa trip that re-explores the world and its possibilities – this is the story of Fahad Almutawa, the 38-year-old President of the Vespa Club Kuwait. He embarked on a remarkable journey from Kuwait to Germany on his yellow Vespa GTS 300. Supported by around 100 members of the Vespa Club Kuwait, Fahad set off […]

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  • Vespa tire profiles under the magnifying glass

    You don’t need a university degree to realize that the tires of a scooter have a much smaller contact area with the road surface than car tires, for example. Riding a scooter is correspondingly more dangerous for the rider, their passenger and other road users. As a result, the topic of safety, which is already […]

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Vespa Rubber Bush – important little detail

The little part called Rubber Bush or also known as Silent Rubber is an important detail that often might get overlooked. The rubber block is very important for having a long and healthy friendship with your vespa and especially all it’s delicate metal parts. What does the silent rubber actually do? As the name already […]

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Vespa Wideframe Tuning getting more popular

The world of Vespa wideframe tuning is experiencing a remarkable revival. The new SIP catalog presents a wealth of products and accessories that have been specially developed for the “Lamp Down” Vespa models. From aluminum racing cylinders to modern 12V ignitions – these parts open up completely new possibilities for tuning enthusiasts without compromising the […]

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From Kuwait to Germany on a Vespa

A Vespa trip that re-explores the world and its possibilities – this is the story of Fahad Almutawa, the 38-year-old President of the Vespa Club Kuwait. He embarked on a remarkable journey from Kuwait to Germany on his yellow Vespa GTS 300. Supported by around 100 members of the Vespa Club Kuwait, Fahad set off […]

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Vespa culture worldwide part 2 – America

With the hum of engines and the charm of culture, Vespisti take to the streets of Los Angeles. The City of Angels reveals not only its glittering facets, but also a passion for the iconic Vespa lifestyle. But California is just the beginning of our journey through the hearts of the three largest cities in […]

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Vespa P 200 E Model Presentation

The Vespa P 200 E is a legendary Vespa scooter model. With its striking design and powerful engine, it quickly became a popular model among Vespa fans. In addition to its powerful engine, the P 200 E was also known for its modified design, which included a larger frame, angular hoods and a more voluminous […]

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Retrofitting and extending the Vespa glovebox

Luggage should be transported safely and dryly on the Vespa. Of course, our two-wheeler does not offer too much storage space, and some models (below) have no luggage compartment as standard, and therefore no storage space: How can more storage space be created? We retrofit or extend the existing storage space with the particularly popular […]

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Well cushioned: The Vespa shock absorbers

All Vespa riders are probably familiar with the feeling of riding over an uneven surface where the rigid frame has hardly any cushioning. In the “worst case”, this can even lead to the nightmare of all Vespisti, the deformation in the frame known colloquially as a “wave”. This very specific weak point on all older […]

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Vespa seat – repair the cover yourself and save money

Our two-wheeler, the Vespa scooter, is literally crying out for a new seat because the cover looks pretty worn over the years. And then there’s the long, ugly tear. Not only is it ugly and immediately catches the eye, but it also reliably transfers moisture to the foam padding. This doesn’t hesitate for long and […]

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