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Riding on Piaggio

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Life changes fast in this big time world. New-age inventions have added competence and diligence in our lives and have enabled us to live life more comfortably. However, with this advancement there are some side effects also – increase in traffic on roads everywhere being one of them. Commuting has become a huge issue and people are ready to do anything to avoid wasting time and energy in long traffic jams.

It is where owning a scooter can save you from the trouble day after day in addition to making your journey to work or school all the more pleasurable. Among all the scooters, Piaggio has continuously demonstrated the capability of safe driving within city and sub urban areas.

The Piaggio Group of Italy is the second largest manufacture of two wheelers in Europe. It is also acknowledged as the fourth biggest producer in the world and has five research and development centres. The group is operational in over 50 countries with 7,000 employees.

Piaggio initially used to manufacture locomotives and railway carriages and later shifted its focus to produce aircrafts and its parts, especially during the era of World War II. During late 1940s Piaggio gradually moved to motorcycles as a greater need was felt to create vehicles for transportation on the ground. In the course of this development, many countries world-wide felt the need to progress and invested in machineries that were considered assets of the future.
Piaggio scooters were used by US military’s marines and paratroopers in large numbers to navigate the rough terrain of European landscapes. As a result, their popularity grew and those living at far off locations realised its true potential.

Riding on a Piaggio has always been a fun experience for me. I have seen it since I was a child, when my dad used to pick me up from my friends’ place to take me home in it. Our Piaggio scooter was of yellow colour. Fortunately there are still some dealers in the business whose passion for Piaggio scooters extends far beyond their sales and servicing. Most of its staff use them as everyday transport, and are actively involved in web forums, Bike and Scooter clubs and motorcycle training practices.

Greater Londor Motorcycles has a very a close relationship with Piaggio scooters in London regarding all aspects of the machine services and owner satisfaction. Its range also covers Clothing, Helmets, Gloves, Boots, Luggage, and accessories for Gilera and Vespa scooters.


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