VE launch VMC Vespa Tuning to UK plus their new AF Rayspeed range at ScooterExpo

As well as over 100 scooters to admire next Sunday, there are some fine scooter parts from quality traders also in attendance.

VE UK recently became the UK importer of VMC Vespa tuning parts from Vicenza in Italy and are proud to be showing them to the public for the first time at ScooterExpo on Sunday 21 May.


VMC offer a range of products for both small and large from Vespas including aluminium and cast iron cylinder kits, extended fuel tanks, racing seats, clutches, exhausts, ignitions and more, some of which you have seen mentioned in ScooterNova magazine or on SLUK.





VE will have a variety of VMC products on display at ScooterExpo in Hall 1, along with staff who can tell you more about the range.

This of course will be alongside their many already established aftermarket Vespa-related brands that VE UK import and distribute within the UK, such as Pinasco, Polini and Malossi.


VE UK are also pleased to announce a recent deal with AF Rayspeed to distribute their range of Lambretta parts within the UK too.


AF RAyspeed are renowned for their TS1 225, RB 200 and 225 and Rapido cylinder kits, along with their 5-speed Clo5e Ratio gearbox, among many other components developed by Ray and Ben Kemp, and again VE will have a numerous items on display for you to view, examine and enquire about.


VE UK will have plenty more to keep you enthralled at ScooterExpo 2 and pondering you next scooter project, from plenty of quality brands for both Vespa and Lambretta, including Dellorto, bgm, SIP, Gori, Avanti and Mugello.

ScooterExpo takes place next Sunday 21 May at Alfreton Leisure Centre in Alfreton, Derbyshire, DE55 7BD.  Doors open at 10am and we have 119 scooters from around the UK entered, being displayed over two halls. Guest speakers include Norrie Kerr (Vespa racer, MSC, VE UK, Glasgow Vespa Club) and Mike Hayman (Two Four Accessories, Lambretta racer, Team Taffspeed, Suzuki GB). There are also traders offering top brands from famous Italian tuning houses to British names, along with rare accessories and new old stock parts and memorabilia.

For more details visit the ScooterExpo Facebook page or the main website at