Hi Alessandro, what a beautiful surprise to see you in the picture. You have been always tasteful and polite…. even when you were my boss ! With all counterfeit pictures here around, this real photo makes me feel that the deep elegance is made by authenticity.
Till the next…CIAO
Everytime I go to Italy (Milan the most usual) I find amazing the amount of scooters on the streets; I know how practical a motorcycle can be in a crowded city’s traffic, but the scooters add a certain charm to the vehicle.
Being one of the first that ever appeared, the Vespa is a classic, and it is a must for those who like classics…
The helmet brings humor to the scene, I think. I once had a shirt with the same red/white/green circles and my friends used to joke: “hey, it’s a target! shoot right here” :-)
There is such a story here! Hey, I thought it was mine turn for the scooter!? No, my friend, I told you I had the scooter until the weekend… Ok, well, I guess this one time its ok… I’d give you a ride, but where did you leave your helmet?
YAY! Finally! Someone on wheels with proper safety gear!
I TOTALLY get the romantic girl-on-bicycle-with-hair-flowing-to-her-shoulders thing, but it ain’t safe in the city, lemme tell ya. I’ve longed to see someone pull off a stylish helmet – a tall order, I know.
I am NOT surprised it is a sophisticated Italian gentleman! Lol
Central Pennsylvania is a long way from Milan and I doubt I’ll ever see such a stylish site, Vespa or otherwise, around here. The only suit wearing men I know who ride have their business garb shrouded underneath an Aerostich RoadCrafter riding suit. Definitely not stylish by Italian standards.
Looking at the photograph has me wondering if I shouldn’t turn a few more dollars towards my own wardrobe.