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Go Vespa... at Wessex Scooters

Go Vespa !

Photo: Roger Green

Me photographed on a recent visit to Wessex Scooters trying out their Douglas 92L2 demo bike kitted with Bollag Motos wideframe 151cc barrel kit, Pinasco 12V ignition conversion and SIP rear shock among other improvements..

It would have been rude not to take along my camera and I got off a couple of rolls of 35mm film of this sweet ride! More to come on that in near future...

Wessex Scooters are ahead of the curve in the UK for improving upon and getting the best & most out of your 1940/1950s vespa; they are also the first official UK distributor of Bollag Motos excellent range of wideframe tuning parts, more on Wessex Scooters below...

"Wessex Scooters is the idea of two friends, Neil Humphrey and Roger Green.

Between them they have many years of classic scooter experience, riding, restoring and servicing. Scooters are their passion and obsession.

The idea was create a scooter shop you can trust which offers real honest, friendly scooter advice and service with an eye for detail and an in depth knowledge of 2-stroke Lambrettas and Vespas as well as some of the more obscure scooter marques from the golden age of scootering.

The shop offers many hard to source parts for Wideframe Vespas (1946-1959) including British Douglas models and tuning parts to bring your old scooter into the 21st century with increased speed and reliabilty.

The shop also stocks many good original parts, NOS parts and memorabilia."

Go Vespa !

Photo: Roger Green

I'll be adding more on this in near future but in the meantime check out Wessex Scooters's website for more info and details.. thanks to Roger Green and Neil Humphrey for letting me have a nose around and a go on their lovely uprated Douglas Vespa ; )

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