The councilor attached to the Youth and Sports area, José Antonio Bandera, today presented the IV Concentration of Vespas and Lambrettas, which will be organized this Saturday by the Vespasianus Sports Club.
The mayor has shown his satisfaction because this event has managed to consolidate itself and attract new fans, with more than a hundred classic and modern motorcycles participating in this new edition.
The day will begin at 09:00 am with the delivery of accreditations and welcome packs and the departure of the caravan from Plaza Antonia Guerrero is scheduled for around 10:30 am.
The delegation will make a route through the most emblematic places of the city that will follow the following route: Zaragoza streets, Nuestra Señora de los Remedios, Valencia, Andalucía avenue, roundabout in front of the San José school, Andalucía avenue, Calvario, Guadalquivir, Sil, Tajo , San Juan, Christ the King, San Lorenzo, Pilar de Farinós, Casares, María Espinosa, Seville, Pozo Pila, San Juan, Christ the King, San Lorenzo, Africa, José Tomás roundabout, Padre Cura Road, Carlos Cano, Puerta del Mar, Puerto Deportivo roundabout, del Carmen avenue, José Luís Díez, San Roque, Alcalá Galiano, Padre Cura, José Tomás roundabout, Juan Carlos I avenue, Sierra Cazorla, San Lorenzo avenue, Andalucía avenue, Mar y Sierra roundabout, Terrace, Zaragoza, Nuestra Señora de los Remedios, Valencia, Javier Jimeno roundabout, Andalucía avenue, San Fernando, José Martín Méndez avenue towards Casares, where the route will end.
The representative of the Vespasianus Sports Club, Juan Aragón, has indicated that very special and curious motorcycle models will participate in this call, as is the case with sidecars and vintage motorcycles, from different parts of Andalusia and Catalonia.