Speed-of-light wind protection for hammering the tarmac or commuting to the coal face. The Vespa is an ultra-lightweight, hi-visibility vest that scrunches down to nothing. Its mesh back lets the hard work escape, and aspirant Houdinis can wriggle in and out of it while cruising at the back of the bunch.
a Weekend Warrior
from Martinsburg, WV
Date Reviewed: February 14, 2003
Strengths: Style, workmanship, light weight and compact.
This is a really light vest. A nice bright yellow for visability. It's not insulated, but it does deflect the wind. The mesh back allows for moisture to vent.It's nicely constructed and pretty good looking. It does "scrunch" down to the size of two fists. A good value.
I took the train from Fort Worth to Dallas today so I could ride around Dallas and than ride home..... total miles was 68...
I always bring my camera but honestly I wasn't planning on taking pics since I didn't think I'd find new subjects..... boy was I ever wrong..
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Anybody out there riding a scooter, Vespa, Piaggio, Yammyha, whatever?
What's hot, and whats junkola.....seems like the market is flooded with cheap
What's the scoop?
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