The World’s Largest Vespa Lovers Holds an Event in Bali


A unique sight was seen in Bali. Thousands of Vespa riders are seen on Peninsula Island, The Nusa Dua, Bali. Apparently, the biggest Vespa lovers event in the world is holding the 2020/2022 Vespa World Day (VWD) event.

Vespa World Day 2020/2022 will be held on Peninsula Island, The Nusa Dua, Bali, from 9 June 2022 to 12 June 20022. This event is expected to be enlivened by 8,500 Vespa lovers from 27 countries.

Indeed, the Vespa World Day which was held in Indonesia was held in 2020. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the gathering of thousands of Vespa users worldwide has been postponed by two years.

This is the first Vespa World Day to be held outside the European continent and the venue is Indonesia. Be proud!

“It is an honor for us as managers of The Nusa Dua area that our area will be the first location outside the European continent to host a VWD,” said Managing Director of The Nusa Dua I Gusti Ngurah Ardita.

Vespa World Day was originally known as Eurovespa, an annual gathering of the Vespa Club that took place annually from 1954 to 2007. Vespa Club members and Vespa lovers from all over Europe gather for the biggest and most famous scooter event worldwide.

This event is organized by local Vespa Club members to all other Vespa Club members to provide a place for the Vespa Club family to meet.

From 2006 onwards the Vespa World Club promoted, unified, and coordinated all Vespa Clubs around the world. In 2007 the name of the event was changed to Vespa World Days, to reflect the wider Vespa Club community around the world.

The Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy/Head of the Tourism and Creative Economy Agency (Menparekraf/Kabarekraf) Sandiaga Salahuddin Uno hopes that the 2022 Vespa World Days event can help revive the tourism sector and the creative economy.

“I hope that international events like this can encourage tourism and the creative economy in Indonesia along with the gradual recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. I also hope that this event can be a medium to boost nomadic tourism in Bali,” said Menparekraf, Thursday (9/6/). 2022).