DownRiver Scooter Club

by John
(Wyandotte, MI)

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The DownRiver Scooter Club seeks members in the Down River Area of South East Michigan, Wyandotte, Trenton, Taylor, Ecorse, River Rouge Riverview, etc... Let's Ride - together! Slow Riders of Down River Unite!


Scooters, Mopeds, Gopeds - Vintage, New, Daily Riders, Weekend Riders - let's get together to enjoy the ride.

Everyone is welcome to join - Please be safe and sane - open minded, age and skill level friendly riders welcome. Let's Ride our scoots and have fun!

This club does not care about what you ride, as long as it is street legal in some way. The club also does not discriminate against sexual orientation. It is simply a group trying to grow with people who share the passion of two wheeled motorized riding.

We will keep it updated as much as possible and will try to organize as much riding fun as can be had.

Visit us: http://www.meetup.com/DownRiverScooterClub/

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Aug 03, 2016
How funny! NEW
by: Mike

This page has NOTHING to do with DRSC. There is no president or real orginization in any way. We post as a group weekly on Facebook, not here. Running your mouth in a forum like this just shows us all what a tiny minded little person you are. Mommy didn't give you the attention she gave your other imbred half sisters and brothers aparently.

Should you want to air your opinions, we are not hard to find. We appreciate the time you have taken to give us this exposure so keep up the good work. All press is good press so thanks again. We all pray that your Dr. may come up with the correct meds so you can fit into society and work through your hate issues. Best of luck to you on your ugly outlook.

May 17, 2016
Downriver scooter club needs a president NEW
by: Anonymous

They need a good president who can keep Facebook updated and gather scooter members! People are buying scooters every day and yet they feel alone, let's get this club started let's get a good solid president who can dedicate their time to making this organization strong! Let's make events know ahead of time maybe a week or two! Let's go places! Let's get these members to unite! The we time I hear about anybody in the scooter club moving is beer down to their gut! Come on guys let's ride!

May 17, 2016
Downriver scooter club needs a president NEW
by: Anonymous

They need a good president who can keep Facebook updated and gather scooter members! People are buying scooters every day and yet they feel alone, let's get this club started let's get a good solid president who can dedicate their time to making this organization strong! Let's make events know ahead of time maybe a week or two! Let's go places! Let's get these members to unite! The we time I hear about anybody in the scooter club moving is beer down to their gut! Come on guys let's ride!

Sep 04, 2012
drinking and driving: NEW
by: Anonymous

I happened to be at vito's and listened to the pres. of the downriver scooter club talk like he was the best at everything. My impression of someone who is drunk and this is not the first time being there and hearing him preach his gospel about how he knows everything and how good this club is when he has been drunk every time i have seen him there and leaving on a moped. I don't thing this club is a ride and drive fun outing. Pres. practice what you preach and grow up!!! You need help and I hope all your members understand what I mean. Good luck because if this is what the club stands for I and everyone else should stay away. People beware!!!!!!!!!

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