If retro is your thing, this modern take on a 60s era “aspirational life machine” should hit the spot.
Scooter customisation is such a massive part of this community that it’s taken on a cultural life of its own.
Vespa has teamed up with fashion house Dior to produce the most stylish scooter ever to hit the streets.
Few could have predicted that a small scooter produced in 1949 would become such a cultural phenomenon, and that history is once again being celebrated.
Leaving your scooter or bike idle in the garage, or out on the street, could have some dire consequences down the line.
The video seems to have struck a nerve with Vespa fans, racking up more than 3,5 million views in around three weeks.
The latest retro-cool Vespa scooter to hit the market is a limited edition ode to the 1960s.
We all know that any time spent staring at the backside of the car in front of you is time wasted, but those Capetonians who are forced to commute for work are really racking up the hours.
If two-wheeled adventures, friends, and good food are your thing, you won’t want to miss these upcoming weekend rides.
Capetonians love to moan about traffic, but do we have it worse than the rest of the country, though?
WesBank and FNB did your homework for you with the Fuel Economy Tour, so that you can make the best possible choices when buying a car.
If gold rims don’t sound good to you, you’ve clearly never seen them on a Vespa. The company is reinventing style with their 2020 graphics.
In Indonesia, a scooter is more than just a mode of transport. It’s a lifestyle, a creative outlet, and a form of self-expression.
If you own and drive a Vespa scooter that was made prior to 1999, and you live in Genoa, Italy, we have some bad news for you.
For a few years now, we’ve seen significant fuel price increases, but how do we rank against what people pay for fuel in other parts of the world?
If you’ve ever wondered how the iconic Vespa scooter is made, here’s your chance to find out.
The internet is a weird and wonderful place, and today it allowed us to brush up on our knowledge of scooter jousting.
The results are in for ‘Motorcycle of the Year 2019‘, with the ‘scooter’ category dominated by a familiar favourite.
The Vespa Elettrica is finally here. If you want to be one of the first in the country to take this beauty for a ride, check this out.
Vespa have released their newest scooter, the Vespa GTS 300, which packs more powerful than anything they’ve done before.
Everyone seems to be skydiving now, so if you want to set yourself apart, you’d better add something different and stylish into the mix.
If you’re considering investing in some new wheels, and you want something that is going to deliver on the resale market, you’re in luck.
An Italian called Pierpaolo Lazzarini has given the traditional jet ski a redesign, making use of one of his country’s most iconic products.
Residents of Genoa, in Italy, are ready to do battle with their mayor, after he announced his intention to ban one of the city’s beloved icons.
Vespa is starting production on the Elettrica this month. It looks like a beautiful way to both get around and do your bit for the environment.
It’s no secret (actually it is) that I’ve moved from Camps Bay to Constantia. But that doesn’t mean I’ve changed (I have).
Driven by passion and love for his scooter, Mario Pecorari had himself an epic adventure by riding all the way from Italy to Northern Ireland.