Japanese crash helmet manufacturer, Shoei are the latest to join in with a new ‘old-skool’ style helmet for the ever-growing retro rider market.
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As we get closer to Easter, scooter projects across the globe get nearer to completion. But how many of those little finishing touches have you still to get?
Posted in 1960s, 1970s, clothing, Lambretta, Mod, New Products, Piaggio, Scomadi, scooter, Scooter Rally, Tested Products, Vespa |
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More classic Vespa USA promotional material from the 1970s courtesy of The Marquis’ blog.
Maybe not everyone’s cup of tea regarding transport, but interesting nonetheless we feel.
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Tagged 70s, ads, bravo, brochures, ciao, classic mopeds, moped, mopeds, Piaggio, piaggio bravo, piaggio ciao, si, style, Vespa USA, vintage |
(Reblogged from The Marquis)
vespa USA brochure from the 70s
It sounds weird for us Italians to see Piaggio mopeds ( Ciao and Bravo) marketed in the USA under the brand name of Vespa. Of course here the Vespa is just the scooter and both Vespa and mopeds were marketed under the Piaggio brand ( Piaggio Vespa, Piaggio Ciao. etc…)
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