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Old 03-15-2007, 02:39 PM   #16
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I'm going to this. Anybody else?
If I can weasel out of work that Friday, I plan on it.
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Old 05-07-2007, 08:43 PM   #17
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Skull Valley Rally 3

Itinerary: SKULL VALLEY RALLY 3
Scarab Scooter Club - Arizona Chapters
www.phxscarabsc.com
May 18 - May 20, 2007
Friday, May 18: Meet & Greet
-8:00 PM: Pre-rally party: Hollywood Alley, 2610 W Baseline Rd Mesa (NE corner of the 101 FWY and Baseline Rd). Eurovoxx and others - live and DJ music Antispace and Pressure Drop, eating, drinking, carousing. Note: Night of debauchery is not accepted as alibi for being late the next morning.
Saturday, May 19: Skull Valley Rally
Hardcore Ride Phoenix to Congress to Prescott (123 miles)
OR
Mountain Scenic Ride Congress to Prescott (65 miles)
HARDCORE RIDE
Must be able to reliably maintain 50+mph on the level (Stock Bajaj 150 for example). We have a chase vehicle.
9:30 AM: Gathering at The Place: (W 51st Ave & Bell Rd (south side). Want breakfast? Arrive early enough to eat before we leave.
Please be on time (not scooter time) and gassed-up for 50 miles.
10:00 AM (Sharp): Depart
1- Bell Rd to Grand Ave (Hwy 60) (10 miles): Right turn on Grand
2- Hwy 60 to Wickenburg (Hwy 93 & 89) (32 miles): RIGHT turn at signs
3- Hwy 93 & 89 to Jct Hwy 89 (6 miles): Branch RIGHT at junction
4- Hwy 89 to Congress, Jct Hwy 71 (10 miles): Turn LEFT across the tracks. Congress Café on the left. Here we meet riders who trucked their machines or rode down from up north.
MOUNTAIN RIDE
Ride what you like but be advised of steep up-hills much of the route. We have a chase vehicle.
12:30 PM: Gathering at Congress Café (171 S Hwy 89): Trailers, etc. can be parked overnight in area south of café. Collect maps and directions. (Food anyone? We get 10% discount.)
1:00 PM: DEPART:
1- Congress to Yarnell (10 miles): Go back to US89 and LEFT TURN. Ride straight for the mountain & watch out for the giant frog on the left. Climb the big hill up to Yarnell. Speed zone in town!!
2- Yarnell to Kirkland Junction (12 miles): Stay on US 89. Rolling hills through Peeples Valley. Watch for turn-off at Kirkland Junction (left turn on Hwy 15). Regroup here.
3- Kirkland Junction to Skull Valley (15 miles): Take Hwy 15 north to Kirkland. RIGHT TURN in Kirkland onto the Old Highway (Hwy 10, Iron Springs Road). Nice curves here, strange white rocks, and a pretty crossroads in Skull Valley. Gas & Photo stop across from the general Store.
4- Skull Valley to Prescott stopover (16 miles): Great boulders surround the climb up into the pine forests.
Stopover at T-Lo's Ultimate Off-road: 1635 Iron Springs Rd. #C (Iron Springs Road and Vyne Street). Iced liquids. See the moped collection and demo Euro military off-road vehicles. Purchase rally packs & raffle tickets.
5- Continue ride to Willow Creek Road (2 Miles): LEFT TURN at Willow Creek Rd (traffic lights).
6- Continue ride to Willow Lake Road (3 miles): RIGHT TURN at Willow Lake Road.
7- Continue ride to Hwy 89 & EPF (2 miles): LEFT TURN on Hwy 89. Look for EPF on the right. (Encore Performance, motorcycle shop) Brief stopover to present Jim Knaup with rally pack. Purchase more raffle tickets.
8- EPF to Town Square (5 miles): Turn south down US 89 (4 miles) and go right at Gurley St. Town square is 1 mile ahead. Go get checked in, freshen-up, etc.
5:00 PM: Meet-up at Town Square: Sam & Justin picnic. Raffle Drawings (Gurley & Montezuma)
After: Hotels, carouse in town, Whiskey Row, Irish pub & music, explore, dinner wherever looks great, retire at your own speed.
Sunday, May 20: Return Ride to Congress (via US 89)
11:00 AM: Meet at Town Square
11:30 AM: Depart
- South on US 89 (Montezuma): Primo downhill curves and views. Sport bikes lose it and their body parts in these twisties on a regular basis so be skillful and careful.
- Lunch stopover in Yarnell: Find your own dive.
- Continue to Congress & Depart for home
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Old 05-25-2007, 04:00 PM   #18
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is there a scooter club in san diego that will accept me and my choice in scooters { honda elite 150 }
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Old 07-01-2007, 02:03 PM   #19
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Old 10-08-2007, 12:25 PM   #20
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Tucson Fall Classsic #20



http://www.tucsonscooterrally.com/

November 9th, 10th, 11th, 2007

Come be a part of scooter history and ride in one of the oldest scooter rallies in the South West U.S. The rally begins at the Hotel Congress in historic downtown Tucson. Come down on the 9th starting at 6pm for rally registration, mingling, music, drinks and, of course, scooters. The hotel fills up very quickly, so click on the link below to reserve your room NOW! FYI the hotel does supply secured scooter parking.

Saturday morning, the rally departs from the Hotel Congress for a 125-mile ride through the beautiful scenic landscape of southwestern Arizona. We will have a mid-way stop in the rustic town of Patagonia for gas, drinks and to stretch our legs. From Patagonia, we will continue on through Nogales, Arizona to our legendary, isolated, reserved, group campsite in the Coronado National Forest.

At the Calabasas campsite, we will be greeted by a catered BBQ, multiple kegs of beer, music and a bonfire. Several campsites, firepits, firewood and restroom are available. It can get cold at the campsite, so don't forget tents, sleeping bags and other camping gear.

Sunday, we will awaken from our hangovers for a Mexican breakfast of eggs, potatoes, coffee, chorizo, tortillas and menudo.

For more information: Contact Matthew or Megan Noli @ 520.591.6945 or tucsonrally@hotmail.com

Attention: Any scooter clubs, old or new, that have participated in this historic scooter rally in the past, please contact Matthew in order for your club to receive acknowledgement at this years rally.


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Old 01-21-2008, 01:42 PM   #21
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New Orleans Scooter Rally

BIG EASY WEEKENDER: Unity
March 28-30 2008 New Orleans LA

every make every model is welcome

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www.myspace.com/bigeasyweekender
bigeasyweekender@yahoo.com (bigeasyweekender at yahoo dot com)
http://autos.groups.yahoo.com/group/ScootNewOrleans/


hope to see you there

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Old 03-15-2008, 10:24 PM   #22
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Rattle My Bones Rally--Minneapolis/St. Paul August 14-17

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Old 04-27-2008, 01:04 AM   #23
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May 16-18, 2008





The best folks you can ever scoot with!

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Old 04-29-2008, 11:50 AM   #24
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some of the funniest rally names EVER come from the scoot rallies.
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Old 04-29-2008, 02:00 PM   #25
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Old 05-06-2008, 06:03 PM   #26
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Not just scooters, but Sub-250cc:

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Old 05-07-2008, 09:56 AM   #27
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08 CarolinaCon Fayetteville, NC 5/17-18 2008

Fayetteville, NC 5/17-18 2008

Lets ride!
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Old 05-20-2008, 07:59 PM   #28
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Orange County Ca, Moped & Scooter Ride

Myrons Moped Shop - Monthly Moped Ride

Im Trucking My Honda Elite 125 up from San Diego for this SLOW scenic ride.

My other scooter clubs i ride with all have faster bikes than mine.
These guy all ride 50cc bikes. so i can keep up.


I look forward to seeing 30plus 50cc smokers ganging up the Pacific Coast Highway.


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Old 06-13-2008, 09:27 AM   #29
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is there a scooter club in san diego that will accept me and my choice in scooters { honda elite 150 }
I'll check with my friends down there. They come up here for rallies. I ride a 50cc in Los Angeles.

There's a rally this weekend down there: http://www.carssuck.org/

There's the Mods vs. Rockers Campout (I can't wait to have a bike that can make this one...next year!): http://www.myspace.com/bigwheellittlewheel

And my personal favorite and I killed a 50cc bike doing it: http://www.westsidescootclub.com/ima...on-3_large.jpg

Don't worry about what you ride. Yeah, there are the Italo-snobs, but most scooterists are just happy to see another step-through biker.
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Old 06-18-2008, 09:03 AM   #30
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