Red Bike & Black Scooters

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25 thoughts on “Red Bike & Black Scooters

  1. It’s a wonderful red bike, but if it were an Eastern U.S. city, I would count the seconds before it gets stolen. Where’s the lock, I wonder. Looks very walkable, this town.

    • On this sort of bikes, the lock is usually included in a device on the back wheel. You remove a small key and the wheel is blocked.
      Yes, it is easy to walk in Verona as the city is enclosed behind an old city wall where parking is restricted. In addition most streets are only one way.

  2. I’d go to Italy, any place, any day of the year.
    The scooters are a special Italian phenomenon. .We saw some scary scooter accidents on the autostrada from Garda to Venice.
    That’s why my husband were so eager that my daughter should have an car as soon as she were of age.
    They are elegant, though as are Italian designs.
    From Felisol

  3. It’s a little ironic to see the red bike parked with the scooters. The old fashioned bike is prominently displayed at the head of the line as if to say newer isn’t always better.
    The shape and that back rack reminds me of the blue bike I had as a teenager.

  4. Excellent contrast, in both the colours and the two types of bikes. I’m a huge fan of pedal power and the style of the bike you ‘snapped’ is getting more and more popular here in the UK too. Not very good for hills though, of which there are a lot where I live. Give me 27 gears and I’m much happier!

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