Road Rash Scooter Club of Central Iowa

by Art Jeffries
(Des Moines, Iowa)

Road Rash SC, of Central Iowa, welcomes scooters of all makes, models and sizes. Open to riders of any age.

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Mar 31, 2015
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Mar 24, 2015
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by: doug

Have info for you club concerning new, soon to launch, national motorscooter web site!

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Feb 01, 2014
by: Rooky

We have had problems with the Lefora site, due to their restructuring. We can be found on Facebook. Please join us on one of our sites, or rides!

Aug 18, 2013
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ATTENTION! I have had to delete the Scooter Forum for this site, unfortunately. Despite my best efforts, I could not adequately prevent daily attacks by hackers and spammers. Even though most of their posts did not go public, they still cluttered up my website host's server space, jeopardizing my account. I appreciate everyone's contributions over the past few years and I apologize for having to do this.

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Also... all submissions have to be reviewed by me, and I am currently backlogged. Comments go live without approval, but still take 30 to 60 minutes to show up, so don't repost them, please.

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