Scooter Couv of Vancouver, Washington

by Christina
(Vancouver, WA)

Scooter Couv is a scooter club in Vancouver, Washington State. This club aims to fill the gap that Couv scooter riders have had to ride to Portland to join a club. Well no more! Now we can stay in our town! No scooter snobbery here either. Any scooter make, model, style--come ride with us!

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Aug 28, 2021
by: Anonymous

How would I get on the email list?

Jun 24, 2021
Still active?? NEW
by: Anonymous

Is this club still active???

Apr 14, 2019
New club 50cc NEW
by: Dana

Apr 14, 2019
New scooter club
by: Dana

Dec 18, 2018
I’m not sure NEW
by: Anonymous

I’m interested if this group is still running as well. Would be cool to not have to go to Portland.

Feb 21, 2018
Still scootin'? NEW
by: Hcoughlin

Is this club still running? I would love to learn more!

Jul 09, 2012
Scooter couv club NEW
by: Kathie

How do I join and do you have scheduled rides. I have a 150 cc scooter. I ride all over Vancouver and surrounding areas.
please contact me

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