Wheels

Vespa vintage-style scooter helmets

Piaggio has a new range of retro accessories available for Vespa owners, including these rather fetching vintage-style scooter helmets. Three designs are available, a Union Jack, a ‘mod’ target and a target design in the colours of the Italian flag (as pictured here). However, these open-face helmets do benefit from […]

Corazzo retro-styled scooter jackets

Stylish and safe jackets for motorbike and scooter riders are few and far between – but there’s a choice of smart designs on the Corazzo website, including the retro-styled 5.0, Bomber and Shop jackets.

Vespa speedometer thermometer

Old scooter accessories don’t fade away, they just get recycled into other items – like this Vespa vintage speedometer thermometer. Moulded from the original dies, this no longer keeping track of your speed – instead it keeps track of the temperature indoors. Although, let’s be honest, this is just a […]

Piaggio's retro-like Vespa S scooter

Piaggio has a new scooter model on the market, claiming the Vespa S is a direct descendent of its 50 Special and Primavera. The idea, apparently, is to appeal to the Italian youth who may have heard tales of those older models from their parents – and indeed the fun […]

Custom-built vintage Vespa taxi

Fancy getting into the taxi business? You could with this custom Vespa on sale at the Indoscooter website. To this eye it just looks like a bit of creative welding, involving an old car and an old Vespa, followed by a quick paint job. But I could be wrong. It […]

Child's wooden vintage Vespa

Looking to start your kids off in the right direction? Buy them a vintage scooter – like the Balance Scooter from Skipper. Don’t worry – there’s no engine here, it’s very much like the classic child’s scooter, with balance and the power in your child’s legs getting him or her […]

Jo Jo Phillips retro scooter helmets

Looking for something a bit different to keep your head safe on the road? Might be worth checking out these Jo Jo Phillips retro scooter helmets. Ok, they’re not just for scooters (you can wear one on a motorbike) and I’m not convinced they’re the safest things on the road […]