ABOUT VESPA WORLD DAYS BALI 2020/2022

Vespa World Days Bali 2020/2022

“This VWD event will be packed with local cultural and historical offerings as well as offering interesting events, such as the Vespa which has its history, culture and icons,” said Danny Mamesah, Acting President of Vespa Indonesia in his statement, Monday (3/6/2019).

 

HISTORY

History of Vespa World Days Bali 2020/2022

Eurovespa was the annual Vespa Club gathering that took place every year from 1954 to 2007 (with a break in 1970): Vespa Club members and Vespa lovers from all over Europe and further afield came together for the largest and best-known scooter event of its kind worldwide. This event was (and is) an event organized from local Vespa Club members for all other Vespa Club members to give the Vespa Club family a place to meet, establish and maintain friendships as well as to present the rich and fruitful Vespa Club community.

In the past the Vespa Clubs was organized in the Vespa Club Europe, followed by the FIV (Federation International de Vespaclubs). Starting 2006 onwards the Vespa World Club promote, unite and coordinate all Vespa Clubs worldwide. In 2007 the event’s name was changed to Vespa World Days, to reflect better the broad Vespa Club community worldwide.

In 2020 due to Pandemic, the Vespa World Days postpone to 2022 and will be celebrated in Bali, Indonesia, the first time out of Europe! Due the fact, that 2022 the VWD will be in Asia, the European Vespa Days 2022 will be held in Guimarães, Portugal on June 30 – July 3, 2022 to accommodate the huge amount of European Vespisties.

Vespa World Days to come:

  • 2023– Interlaken, Switzerland

Vespa World Days from 2007 to 2022:

  • 2022 – Bali, Indonesia
  • 2021 – Pandemic postpone
  • 2020 – Pandemic postpone
  • 2019 – Zanka, Hungary
  • 2018 – Belfast, Northern Ireland
  • 2017 – Celle, Germany
  • 2016 – St Tropez, South of France
  • 2015 – Biograd na Moru, Croatia
  • 2014 – Mantova, Italy
  • 2013 – Hasselt, Belgium
  • 2012 – London, United Kingdom
  • 2011 – Gjovik, Norway
  • 2010 – Fatima, Portugal
  • 2009 – Zell am See, Austria
  • 2008 – Cefalu, Sicily
  • 2007 – San Marino, Italy

Eurovespa from 1954 to 2006:

  • 2006 – Turin, Italy
  • 2005 – Wörthersee, Austria
  • 2004 – Lisbon, Portugal
  • 2003 – Vienna, Austria
  • 2002 – Viterbo, Italy
  • 2001 – Fourchambault Nevers, France
  • 2000 – Hamburg, Germany
  • 1999 – Girona, Spain
  • 1998 – Gronningen, Holland
  • 1997 – Thessaloniki, Greece
  • 1996 – Sanremo, Italy
  • 1995 – Aix en Provence, France
  • 1994 – Girona, Spain
  • 1993 – Treme Albano, Italy
  • 1992 – Pforzheim, Germany
  • 1991 – San Marino, Rep. San Marino
  • 1990 – Kreuzligen, Switzerland
  • 1989 – Kaiserslautern, Germany
  • 1988 – Aix le Bains, France
  • 1987 – Krems, Austria
  • 1986 – Barcelona, Spain
  • 1985 – Frankfurt, Germany
  • 1984 – Verona, Italy
  • 1983 – Saarbrücken, Germany
  • 1982 – Reggio Calabria, Italy
  • 1981 – San Vincenzo, Italy
  • 1970 – Luzern, Switzerland
  • 1969 – Viareggio, Italy
  • 1967 – Mainz, Germany
  • 1966 – Florence, Italy
  • 1963 – Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy
  • 1962 – Madrid, Spain
  • 1961 – Salzburg, Austria
  • 1960 – Rome, Italy
  • 1959 – Paris, France
  • 1958 – Brussel, Belgium
  • 1957 – Barcelona, Spain
  • 1956 – Munich, Germany
  • 1955 – San Remo, Italy
  • 1954 – Paris, France