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Sunday, May 11, 2008

You will love these three videos about the amazing Piaggio MP3, especially if you haven’t seen one in person. Enjoy!–Lorenzo

From Piaggio:

From moto.it:

From Susan Carpenter (of latimes.com), a.k.a. the “Throttle Jockey”:

**Finally, for a little comparison, we have the Can-Am Spyder. Again from Susan Carpenter of latimes.com:

OK, so the title is a little misleading now; more the merrier. Here is another one, and let’s just call it MP3 500 (OK?!) from Piaggio:

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. Sunday, May 11, 2008 10:42 am

    L
    that was some good video of eagle and cat.
    What size was the mp3 and where is the closest dealer?
    Ed

  2. Sunday, May 11, 2008 11:03 am

    Well, Ed, the nearest dealership from the Triangle would be in Houston. Are you buying one??? The more you look, the more you like–I know that to be a fact.

    If you look through all the videos that I have gathered here, I believe you will see the MP3 250 first and the MP3 500 last (in Europe, they call that one the Gilera Fuoco–don’t try to pronounce that, it just means “fire” in Italian 😉 )

    And yes, I’ve just called my mother to wish her a Happy Mother’s Day!

    Lorenzo

  3. Sunday, May 11, 2008 2:32 pm

    Nice series of videos. Thanks for posting. I’m contemplating a long ride next summer and trying to talk myself into an MP3 for the extra stability edge over my GTs250. We’ll see. ~Chuck

  4. Sunday, May 11, 2008 4:38 pm

    Wow! That’s you, Mr. Chuck Pefley of One A Day – Mostly Seattle? It is indeed an honor to have you dropping by for a comment. Thanks!

    Well, as I recalled the sensational experience of the MP3 250 test-ride from Amerivespa ’07 in Seattle (where I met you for the first time), the scooter not only was built solid; it also cornered, turned, dove, climbed, and accelerated so well, it left me with an awesome feeling.

    Maybe you should get an MP3 and ride to Chattanooga for the 2008 Amerivespa, huh? Just think of all the wonderful photos you could take along the 2,575-mile tour?!

    Lorenzo

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