JOURNAL No.79 featured this lovely first series GS150 VS1 brought back to life by VVC Chairman, Roger Smith - here are some more photos of this exceptional GS.
I’m currently juggling with the contents of the next issue of the JOURNAL; one piece that will definitely be gracing the pages of issue No.80 will be the story of an exceptional 1951 Vespa Allstate.
Coming soon to an issue of the JOURNAL will be this gorgeous 1969 Vespa Rally 180. Nearing the end of what has been a very wet week in mid-June, and riding almost exclusively in the rain, one welcome glimmer of sunshine was getting to photograph this lovely lady.
I photographed this beautiful second series GS160 towards the end of March, earlier in the year. I don't go overboard for Mod scooters but I really liked the subtle acknowledgment of this Vespa to that period.
I photographed this very early Douglas Rod Model at the beginning of the year in January, at the new premises of Wessex Scooters, located between Newbury and Reading in Berkshire.
I'm showing these photos additionally on the VVC website, after publishing them in the latest copy of the JOURNAL (No.79), which most members should have received by now.
The next issue of the JOURNAL is complete and will be arriving through member’s letterboxes at the end of April/beginning of May.
What do Italian aperitivo drink CINZANO, my family holiday and Vespas all have in common..? Just putting the finishing touches to a very nice article for the summer JOURNAL which will reveal all.
We are proud of our members magazine and are happy to show it off to the world, in the hope it may encourage potential members to join the club. We will be periodically adding issues of the JOURNAL to the new VVC website.
If you have read your copy of the spring 2019 JOURNAL (No.78), you will no doubt have been waiting on tenterhooks for the second…
There are very few ‘Sei Giorni’ Vespas left in existence - thought to be only ten to fifteen at the last count. If and when they do surface and are put up for sale…
Whilst it’s clear to say that the August Bank Holiday Mod Weekender is growing year on year with scooter riding attendance…
We are pleased to confirm that Paul Hart has agreed to be our Journal Editor 2018 Spring edition.