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SIP Scootershop Flagship Store in Landsberg (Germany)

Created by Ralf at 13:02 on February 10, 2021
Probably the largest selection of Jet helmets in Germany is located in Landsberg am Lech

At the SIP Scootershop Flagship Store in Landsberg am Lech (Germany), you will find a large selection of fashionable functional clothing from Tucano Urbano, Rokker and Rev'it as well as an extraordinary variety of jet helmets from Vespa, Bandit, Bell, DMD, Premier, SHOEI and 70s Helmets on almost 300sqm. In addition, we offer a lot of accessories such as goggles, visors, gloves, shoes from Aviator Goggle and Rev'it, scooter sneakers from Stylmartin. In our own production you will find a large selection of Vespa and scooter rider T-Shirts and jumpers from our own production, but also from well-known manufacturers such as Holy Freedom and Forme. In addition, you will receive competent advice from our sales team completely free of charge. For purchases of €250 or more, you also get a voucher for our Italian Bar "Siperia" - hmmmmm Buono!

When you need a new helmet, good advisory is essential

 

Of course, we don't just show clothing and accessories in our shop in Landsberg, but also a lot of tuning and technology around Vespa & Lambretta. You will always see some special Vespas in the exhibition, converted or customised with lots of accessories. When the weather is nice and in summer there is a lot of coming and going and it is worth ordering a capuccino or a pizza, sitting on our forecourt and watching. We look forward to your visit! Attention: if you arrive by Vespa, ask for our free pass sticker! You can only get it in person and with your helmet under your arm...

Would you like to take a virtual tour of our new shop? Welcome to http://bit.ly/siptour

 

Ralf
Ralf

Ralf is managing director and co-founder of SIP Scootershop. He has been riding Vespa since 1990 and even today the working day starts best for him when he rides to the SIP headquarters in Landsberg on his Rally 200. Otherwise he owns a 180 SS, a 160 GS and a VM2 fenderlight Vespa.