Information for guests and press
Here we have put together some information for you, which should introduce you to our meeting and provide you with some inspiration:
The organisation for the meeting is currently filling our entire club life. Over 250 participants have registered.
Some of the most valuable, rarest and most beautiful Vespas from the years 1946 to 1957 will be there. Let us surprise you, it will be great!
We have confirmations from around 10 high-calibre dealer stands, which have never been seen together in this combination at a meeting before.
Our highly motivated team has spared no effort so far to prepare an unforgettable weekend for you. We are currently fine-tuning the details and the activities that are still to take place to round off the meeting.
The Vespa Club of Germany and the Vespa Veterans Club have announced their attendance.
We are proud to present you the best pieces from Robin Davy’s memorabilia collection from almost 80 years of Vespa history.
But we won’t reveal any more, just this much:
We’re really looking forward to seeing you all!
There is an opportunity for all those who were unable to get a place on the guest list and also for all interested parties who do not own a Lampe Unten to take part in the meeting:
Just come to the transport centre of the Deutsches Museum on Saturday and buy a ticket for the museum there (costs currently €8). This way you can visit the exhibition and the beautiful old Vespas in the museum. You can buy souvenirs at our club stand.
The attractions, such as acrobatics or the Concours d’Elegance, take place on the Schneckenplatz and are free of charge.
If you come with an old Vespa, you are cordially invited to display your scooter in front of the traffic centre in a designated area and add a splash of colour to the city.
You are of course cordially invited to the Corso and the scooter dedication.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at the following e-mail address:
Vespa Oldtimer Freunde München, email@example.com
To get you in the mood, here is a short video that Bayerischer Rundfunk filmed at the scene a few years ago: