by Boris

The wife & I live in Greeley, Colorado. We each have our own Scoots, are in our 50s & ride constantly (except in snow). We started a local group called "GASS" (Greeley Area Scooter Society) & now have 7 members. We are sponsored by our local Scooter shop.

Every other Saturday we meet up & do rides all over the community & out in the country. Most have 50cc Scoots & we have a ball. During the week when we are going somewhere around town & see another Scoot rider, we hand out flyers & this is how we keep getting more riders involved. Soon we have an all day ride planned to the mountains everyone is looking forward to.

We've met some great people, have had a lot of fun, everyone learns about Scooters, & after the rides we all go to a local pizza place where it was arranged we get 1/2 off on all food & drinks.

This is a very inexpensive, fun filled way to meet new friends, share a common interest, make new connections, see new things & experience the rush of riding in a group doing something healthy. Highly recommended.

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That's very cool you could gather such a group you ca hang up with. You can plan different rides all together and find new friends.

Jul 27, 2012
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by: Anonymous

Next door neighbor has scooter and looking for a club to do some riding with. How can he get ahold of you.

Nov 07, 2009
Great Story!
by: Kathi

I really enjoyed reading about your Greeley, CO scooter adventures. How enterprising of you to start your own scooter group! We have some weekly group scooter rides here in Boise, but (for various reasons) I haven't been able to join in yet. I'm looking forward to being able to do so one day when life circumstances change a bit.

Glad you're having such a great time!

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