When he was six years old, Peter Maas nabbed his grandfather’s garage key and snuck into his own future. Inside the shop, he found himself captivated by the shelves of carburetors and spark plugs, and old pictures of his grandpa’s TT racing days at Assen. From that moment on, Maas was obsessed with old things, and especially with old things that motored about on two wheels.
Valdera is an unspoiled area situated in the heart of Tuscany, between Pisa and Florence. Take these landscapes, add a Vespa, shake it altogether, bake it under the Tuscan sun and the recipe is ready! Let's go and discover the Valdera together on a Vespa following one of the itineraries of "Valdera in Vespa"
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With a Vespa to explore the northern part of Le Marche: Baia di Vallugola, Casteldimezzo, Fiorenzuola di Focara, Gradara. The famous italian scooter, as you can see from the video, is the best vehicle to explore a territory with a beautiful nature, historical monuments, sightseeing points but that also presents narrow roads, and intricate passages.