Owning a Vespa myself (ok ok a girly ET4 but hey a 125cc nethertheless ;D) I am currently writing a feature as part of a university project on why Vespas are so popular. Could owners email me why they chose to buy a Vespa, what makes the Vespa so special, how long you have had one, how many have you got, colour, make of Vespa, your name, town and age etc etc. It would help me lots Thanks Emma My email address is email@example.com
OOOOOOOOOoooooooooooooooooohhhhhhhhhhh!!! Get her!!!!!! Who rattled your cage? At least I stand up for what I believe in. Why are you called Smallframe? You're like reformed smokers you reformed Vespa riders, even more snobby than life-long Lambretta riders. At least they're standing up for what they believe in too.
You just can not beat the look of the teardrop panels on a GS , add a few jag lights and wow! This is by far the best scooter ever made in my humble opinion . The Lambretta SX200 is also a lovely scooter (looks fast even when stood still) but it does not come close to the classic lines of the mighty GS.
how many lambys did i see broken down on the way back from the i.o.w..none saw a few vespas though..ive nothin against vsepas,had a gl and lookin for another
You obviously didn't go past any of the same laybys I went past, I didn't see a single broken down Vespa, they were all Lammys. Then again, most of the Lambrettas were probably tucked away safe and sound in the backs of the vans they were taken down in in the first place. ;D
Oh yes, and on next year's IOW Sunday rideout, does anyone fancy doing a sweep on how many conked out Lammys we ride past before we get to Sandown Rugby Club?
I like to think of Lambrettas as the Maserati of the scooter world. Classy, look great, wouldn't say no if someone offered me one, but just a little on the unreliable side.