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Discussion in 'Battle Scooters' started by NachoRoto, Jan 31, 2012.
Anyone else doing this? http://www.scootercannonball.com/
that looks like a lot of fun! i will like to do it next time round!
I have a big dream of doing this. Money is the key. I imagine this being an expensive endeavor.
I am using my disposable scooter. I will make sure its in fine running condition. But any major breakdown and I will hope a bus and not look back.
The Cannonballers hit the road this morning. What an adventure. Go scoots!
Every part of me would love to do this, except MY BUTT!!! sounds like toooo much pain..
I would love to do this!
Anybody know of any threads or blogs being done by riders?
Try clicking the blue words.
Some of them are riding Genuine Stella's. Amazing.
Best two places to follow the Scooter Cannonball:
http://followride.com/ will get you updates as riders reach their check-in spots for the day.
http://modernvespa.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=1363040#1363040 which also gets check-ins and posts from the riders and/or support folks.
Not all riders have gps trackers that will show up on one or the other of the ride maps and two riders don't have a device that will send to either but there has already been one rider drop out and another who had a crash that fortunately didn't do major damage to either the rider or the scoot.
Photos from Day 0 and Day 1 are linked in the Modern Vespa thread.
I wish all the riders a safe journey and a good finish.
If you want to know who is riding what and their handicap see http://www.scootercannonball.com/riders/ Lowest is a 1948 Salabury 85 and the highest is a 2009 Burgman 650.