Summer 2018: two classic Vespas, both more than 40 years old, travel through the alpes, courve by courve, higher and highres. For eleven times they drive up to more than 2000 Meter above sea-level. They even break their own records by reaching the Italian “Passo dello Stelvio” at 2.757 a.s.l. There is only one higher alpine pass, called “Col de l’Isèran” in France. (13 meters higher). But who knows, one day they might drive even up there…

vehicles: Piaggio Vespa Sprint and TS
year of manufacture: 1976 and 1966
distance travelled: 1.800 per Vespa
fuel consumption in liters, both together: 128
highest point a.s.l.: 2.757 (Stilfser Joch)
passes higher than 2.000 m: 11 (Kühtai, Bieler Höhe, Albulapass, Berninapass, Livignopass, Eira-Pass, Foscagno-Pass, Stilfserjoch, Staller Sattel sowie Fuscher Törl und Hochtor am Großglockner)
breakdowns: none (just right after the journey the red vespas engine was neccessarily completely overhauled…)