Ivan Maras - 260cc Roketa Cyprus 260 Red Scooter Owner

by Ivan Maras
(Rochester, IL)

I am going on 80 years old. I volunteer at St. John's Hospital in Springfield, IL. Of course I ride my scooter there often. I live in Rochester, IL, about 15 minutes away.

This scooter has been down most of the time since I bought it in August '09. I have been using my other 250cc Roketa (Blue) scooter which I have for sale.

I use to have motorcycles when I was younger, but now with the scooters I feel younger.

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Motor Scooter Class at Sec of State Vehicle Show NEW
by: Anonymous

Good Morning! My name is Kim and I am the coordinator of this year’s 65th Illinois Secretary of State Vehicle Show. We have added a Motor Scooter class to this year’s show and wanted to invite the members of your club. We would love to have you at this year’s event. Could you please pass this information along to your club members. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me at 217-785-5950 or by email.

Thank you,
Kim Rebbe

Illinois Secretary of State
65th Vehicle Show Coordinator
Room 450 Howlett Building
Springfield, Illinois 62756

Details for the Saturday, September 6 show: http://www.cyberdriveillinois.com/services/autoshow.html

Welcome to the club!
by: Kathi

Ivan... Welcome to our little online club... and good for you, still scooting at your age. I definitely think it'll keep you young for some time to come.

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