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Let’s hear what the experience of the Malossi Winter Camp was like by the lively voice of the guys who were the protagonists:

 

How have you been selected for the Winter Camp Etienne?

I am a friend of Henry because he was dating my sister. I often ask him a hand for my tunings. Malossi probably took me not stress them anymore with my requests!

What vehicle did you bring on the icy track?

I went with my Ape, starting from home and doing 33 kilometers of a climb. When we got to the track, we put the spiked wheels. I had a great moment of glory: 3 laps on the track … then the screws penetrated the inner tube and the end of the games, unfortunately.

What does Malossi mean to you?

Go to 91 km / h in Ape … I can only do it thanks to the Malossi components!

What was the funniest thing you did at the camp?

Raising the Ape with 8 guys without crick to change the tires was absolutely amazing!!

What is the permanent memory you bring home?

Two punctured tires, which I will always keep!

Which components did you mount on your vehicle? What was the most significant difficulty?

We mounted a super lamellar step; unfortunately, we did not have time to work the carter well, I’ll know what to do during the Easter holidays …

What advice would you give to the boys who want to participate in the next editions of the camp?

Listen to Henry and what the Malossi leaders tell you.

Do not steal stickers.

Raise your hand when you return to the pits. Otherwise, they will invest you (try to believe)

 

How have you been selected for the Winter camp, Pietro?

I have been selected via Instagram. In my presentation, I told Malossi that I would like to go to the North Cape with my Scarabeo 50 … I think this attracted your attention.

What scooter have you brought on the icy track?

I brought my injection Scarabeo 50. I left Padua at 7 a.m. to arrive about 12 hours later in Gressan. Fortunately, thanks to the injection, my scooter consumes very little petrol, so with € 20, I arrived in Valle D’Aosta. I think that any moped can be taken and brought to the end of the world … all you need is the desire to carry out this project!

What does Malossi mean to you?

Malossi is pure passion and quality for me. And there are no other companies that make these events for us, guys!

What was the funniest thing you did at the camp?

There are so many to tell, but I think the funniest thing is the icy trampoline that we first built and then tried: in practice, it was a rodeo made with the scooter.

What was the biggest difficulty?

The greatest difficulty was the temperature: it was fucking cold, especially on the second day! After that, to get some wood to light the fire, I went inside a river with non-waterproof boots. But if Malossi creates for me an experience like this every time … I’ d rather go into the icy river with my swimsuit!!

What advice would you give to the boys who want to participate in the next editions of the camp?

There are no other camps like this, it is a unique experience and I would do it again every weekend. I guarantee this … and I crossed northern Italy by scooter in the winter to go there!

 

How have you been selected for the Winter Camp Samuele?

I was selected for the Excape Garage in November: I went to EICMA to reassemble the Vespa engine block. I won the challenge, and as a reward, there was the participation in the Malossi Winter camp.

What means have you brought on the icy track?

I decided to bring my booster which is very manageable and is a scooter with a great story !!

What does Malossi mean to you?

For me Malossi means passion, love and also a model to follow. Passion and love because to design and build all the components they have made, they must truly love what they do and know all the means perfectly.

A model to follow because who does not know Malossi in the villages or in the world of motors? Here, if you mention the name “Malossi” already knows its history is what they do because Malossi has always given its best to its customers!

What was the funniest thing you did at the camp?

The funniest thing we did at the camp was the “marmot jump” because I was the first to try it and fall. It was great that everyone gave us a hand, we lent our equipment and competed together. I noticed a great spirit of brotherhood even though we had known each other for a few hours.

What is the indelible memory you bring home?

I bring home new friendships and experience of being on an ice rink.

Which components did you mount on your scooter? What was the most significant difficulty?

One of the most significant difficulties was installing the heating unit because we were in the snow and it was freezing.

What advice would you give to the boys who want to participate in the next editions of the camp?

That they must have passion and be willing to sacrifice and help each other. And they should not be afraid of falling…

 

How have you been selected for the Winter camp, Riccardo?

I stressed all the Malossi staff at EICMA, and I compiled a dozen modules, it probably worked

What scooter have you brought on the icy track?

A beautiful Malaguti Phantom F12.

What does Malossi mean to you?

Malossi is a dream: a company that produces excellent products and that brings new experiences to young people like me who want to taste the world of engines

What was the funniest thing you did at the camp?

Jumping with our means, flying and falling … and of course, being in the company of people sharing the same passion

What is the indelible memory you bring home?

A unique experience indeed a tremendous fun that I would like to do a thousand times

What was the most significant difficulty?

The most significant difficulty was putting the piston Seger at -8 degrees! They are not broken yet, so we did a good job!

What advice would you give to the boys who want to participate in the next editions of the camp?

If you really want to participate, you have to try to get noticed by Malossi following their social networks, interacting with them. Never stop asking!

 

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