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'Adventurer' Alastair spent four years cycling around the globe & then spent two years writing about it. Having run the Marathon des Sables, London based Alastair is now working towards walking to the South Pole & back!
Great shot by Domenico Mimmo taken from inside a Piaggio Ape 3-wheeler, looking out of the cab's rear window - looks just like a still from a 1920's silent movie. judging by other shots in the set here, this was Domenico's intention.
LOve this shot taken by Giulia at the 6° Raduno Nazionale Città di Roma - Vespaclub Tempo di Moto Casalotti, 4 - 5 settembre 2010. The tones, composition remind me of Piaggio's late '60s/early '70s ads...
It's nice to get feedback on the blog & I'm grateful to Toni Núñez from Burning Road Store in Zaragoza, North East Spain who got in touch as a fan of the vespamore blog & to forward me these excellent pics of this lovely Motovespa 150S, restored by BRS & on display in their garage - gracias Toni ; )
You can view the full set of images of this 1963 Vespa 150S taken by Toni & BRS here on the Burning Road Store blog including some pre-restoration shots too.
Check out the Burning Road Store website which includes an online store for motorcycle clothing at www.burningroadstore.com
As mentioned before, I'm always keen to receive well taken images like Toni's & will happily display them on the blog. Drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have some cool shots like these; with over 500 daily visitors to the blog you might get some decent exposure for your work too...