Vespa World Days Bali 2021

First held in 1954 to 2006 – named the Eurovespa event.

Eurovespa takes place every year from 1954 to 2006 (with a break in the 70s): Vespa lovers from all over Europe and even more come together for the biggest and most famous rally of its kind across the world. The last Eurovespa was held in Turin, Italy in 2006.

In 2006 the Piaggio group and the Piaggio Foundation created the Vespa World Club intending to promote, unite, and coordinating all Vespa Clubs throughout the world. In 2007 the name of the event was changed to Vespa World Days.

Vespa World Days 2021 was held at Mertasari Beach in Bali on June 3-6, 2021 and Dewata Scooter Club was the host to host the VWD 2021 Bali.


History of  Vespa World Days 

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) and from 2006 onwards in the Vespa World Club. 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 the Vespa World Days will be celebrated in Bali, Indonesia, the first time out of Europe! Due the fact, that 2020 the VWD will be in Asia, the European Vespa Days will be held in Fatima, Portugal to accommodate the huge amount of European Vespisti.

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

Vespa World Days from 2007 to 2019:

  • 2019 – Balatonfüred, 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

Vespa World Days to come:

  • 2021 – Bali, Indonesia
  • 2022 – Switzerland

Vespa World Club

The VESPA WORLD CLUB® is an association formed in 2006. under the auspices of Piaggio & C. S.p.A. and the Piaggio Foundation, as the successor of Vespa Club of Europe founded in 1957.

Mission and Vision of Vespa World Club:
The VESPA WORLD CLUB® is formed to harness and further develop the rich cultural and human heritage as well as the passion which resides in the national Vespa Clubs spread all over the world. The primary aim of the organisation is to support and endorse the multitudinous activities and initiatives which form part of the Vespa universe. Various international sports events and gatherings are organised under the VESPA WORLD CLUB® banner, and club members are kept fully up to date on all fronts.

Vespa Club Indonesia

Vespa Club Indonesia aims to preserve the Vespa and its culture in Indonesia, also strive to provide a maximum benefits to all members and Vespa enthusiasts. Since late 2015, VCI has been pursuing to be the connection to worldwide Vespisti. Participating in Vespa World Days 2016 in Saint Tropez, France was a first step to introduce Indonesia as one of the largest Vespisti countries with its uniqueness, rich cultures and plural ethnics.

Pursuing to be the communal house of all Vespa clubs and Vespa lovers in Indonesia, VCI would be more open for all Vespa enthusiast in Indonesia. The first National meeting would be held few days prior the Vespa World Days 2020 to form the VCI President and new organization. Vespa World Days 2021 in Bali, Indonesia would be the historical moment for all Indonesian Vespisti and worldwide Vespisti to confirm Satu Vespa Sejuta Saudara, Indonesia famous tagline in Vespa lovers.

Dewata Scooter Club Bali

In 1995, there was UBUD RED SCOOTER, consisting of scooter fans, especially Vespa and only red color. In order to accommodate rapid Vespa enthusiast and unite Vespisti in Bali, Ubud Red Scooter changed its name to DEWATA SCOOTER CLUB BALI (DSC BALI).

DSC BALI was established on October 28, 1995 on Gianyar, Bali, coincide with National Heroes’s Day. With the aim of fostering a sense of true brotherhood, universal in nature that brings together Vespa enthusiasts that cover the entire Province of Bali, with a characteristic of motorized and social tourism hobbies accompanied by the soul of loving the homeland of Indonesia. An on organization DSC BALI is a vehicle and means of developing quality, talented, creative and independent interests and talents.

DSC BALI membership, now not only limited to individuals but has become the parent organization of Vespa clubs who voluntarily join chapters, total 10 chapters both in Bali and outside Bali with total around 2.000 members.

About Dewata Scooter Club: dscbali.com