Over Easter, some friends and I attended the Penrite Broadford Bike Bonanza.It was a fantastic weekend camping with lots of other vintage bike nutters. These ranged from classic road race bikes to…Continue
It's the big Melbourne breakfast and this month we're back to Lygon St, and trying out a new location on the street. Meet, great food, chat about Vespa, kick tyres etc - new prospective members are always very welcome.Freddo Ca…See More
The National Scooter Rally is an event for all scooters and this year will be held in Victoria at The Grampians, over three days from Friday 29th to Sunday 31st of March. There will be great rides organized and meet scooterists from around the country. We are expecting a big club turnout.We have booked club accommodation for 38 at the lovely Grampia…See More
This is a world event for all VWC members which means you.This event will be held in Zanka which is 160kms from Budapest in the Elizabeth Resort that will house up to 2,500 people. The event will be held within this massive resort and slowly we are receiving information about accommodation booking and some aspects of interest.If you are seriously thinking of attending this event, then please go ahead and book accommodation. Greg and I are going and booked. Payment can be made relatively easy…See More
A ride through the city streets and laneways of Melbourne .Loads of streetart.So be prepared for slow meandering with lots of stops for photos photos and more photos You are welcome to ride off into the fast lane at any time .Meet at Brunettis Flinders Lane Melbourne be ready to depart at 9.30 am sharp .…See More
The second Sunday of every month is Melbourne's regular get together for a delicious breakfast and Vespa conversation from 8.30 - 10.30. This is an opportunity for regulars to catch up and also allows any new interested Vespa riders to join in. Everyone is genuinely made welcome.SELF PRESERVATION (PELLEGRINIS CNR)"Top of Bourke St" …See More
"The G connection is what regulates the voltage. Both G connections are connected internally in the regulator. It is not an input or an output, but more like an overflow outlet. For this reason, it is important that the regulator is earthed properly…"