Nevada Scooter Brigade

by Lou-Ann
(Las Vegas, Nv)

Our scooter brigade!

Our scooter brigade!

We at the Nevada Scooter Brigade scooter club will be 2 yrs old in Feb. Might not be strong in numbers but we're strong in scooter spirit.


We have a monthly meeting to discuss future rides and events. And we welcome all sizes and makes of scooters.

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Jan 26, 2015
New to area NEW
by: Bdogvaldez

Hello I'm Brian I own a 2011 reverse trike 150 soon to be a 180 looking to do lots of custom work I'm looking for a group to hang with I'm in a neck brace from a surgery now but will be back on the road before summer so if you guys have meetings and outings I'd like to join 7024095327 or autumnlasvegas@gmail.com thanks

Jan 23, 2012
Meeting Dates?
by: Larry W

New to Henderson. When & where are meetings. Wife & I both ride 150 and 250.
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Jul 27, 2011
SlowRIDE
by: Johnny

sounds like fun I just bought a Tao Tao and would love to hang out and ride on the weekends. Been nice out there.

Jul 06, 2011
Scooter clubs in NW Vegas??
by: Thom

Just got a scooter. Got suckered into a clone version of a honda ruckus. Enjoying buzzing around town on it. Looking for people who also scooter

Apr 08, 2011
Interested
by: Bobby J.

Hello, I live in Las Vegas and interested in riding with and possibly joining a scooter club. Sounds fun. I have a eaton beamer scooter. Please let me know. My email is: brdogjohnson@gmail.com

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