All Scooters Welcome!


What brings scooter riders back to Eureka Springs for the Scooting The Ozarks Rally year after year? The twisting roads of the Ozark Mountains. There are lots of curves, beautiful scenery, and many of these roads have very little traffic.

Each year there is a planned long "guided" ride. To participate your scoot should be able to maintain the speed limit, 55 mph. Riders will be divided into groups of no more than 10 each, leaving at 10-15 minute intervals.

In addition to the guided ride, there is the Poker Run, and many optional self-guided rides. Some of these rides, as well as riding around in Eureka Springs can be done safely on smaller scooters.


Seventh Annual
Scooting the Ozarks Rally
September 10 - 13, 2014
Eureka Springs, Arkansas

Part of the 2013 Scooting The Ozarks Attendees


Scooting the Ozarks, Rally and Forum, is staffed by volunteers. If you would like to volunteer and get more involved you are welcome! Just let us know where you would like to help out.

The current staff for STO 2014 is:
Rally Coordinator - razorbackredneck, Lance
Rally Ride Coordinator - kglavan, Kyle
Rally Show and Shine Coordinator - Craig
Forum Admin and CafePress Shopkeeper - Tressa

Meet and Greet - Sept. 11th by razorscoot
Here is a link to the Parade video. Looks like Phil is two riders ahead of me. Don't know anyone else.


Host Hotel-Quality Inn


Scooting the Ozarks is an all inclusive scooter enthusiast's group for scooters from Mopeds to Maxis and two strokes to four strokes. Our members own all makes and models. You and your scooter are most welcome here!

On our forum you will find the latest news regarding our upcoming Annual Rally in beautiful Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Check out the rally information board in the forum or visit the links above.

Make yourself at home and introduce yourself in the "New Members Introductions" board once you have joined us. We are glad you found us! Enjoy the forum and have fun at our upcoming rally!

View the twisties...helmet cam photos by dacooks (Tim)
I am so lucky to be able to live among these twisties.   Maybe these "behind the handlebars" shots can help you remember the great views (and skies!) we all shared on our rides at STO this year.    I'll post a link to my regular camera shots later.

Click HERE for a slideshow of more pictures. 


Join us for "Shoutbox Discussion" Monday evenings at 8:30 (CDT). Guests are always welcome! Auto-refresh info in this thread.
bandito2: Way out of my reach.. tricycle, big wheel on up to about the MP3 is all I might be able to ever get. Jul 28, 2014 19:36:57 GMT -6
Tressa: The Helix with MiniTrike kit does just fine for me. And my husband can work on it when it needs anything done. Jul 28, 2014 19:38:37 GMT -6
bandito2: My dream bike would be something called the MonoTracer. Jul 28, 2014 19:39:03 GMT -6
Tressa: I see that one is enclosed, does it have air conditioning and heat? Jul 28, 2014 19:41:57 GMT -6
bandito2: Yep, and stereo sound is available too Jul 28, 2014 19:43:25 GMT -6
Tressa: guess it could be ridden year-round, except on snow or ice Jul 28, 2014 19:44:43 GMT -6
bandito2: They even have an electric version called ZeroTracer... Not sure if that one is commercially available though Jul 28, 2014 19:44:56 GMT -6
bandito2: Then they might have to lower the little stabilizer wheels. Those come down for extra slow speed operation since you can't put your feet down to hold it up Jul 28, 2014 19:46:32 GMT -6
Tressa: I've never seen a MonoTracer. Is it in production and available in the US? What kind of price range? Jul 28, 2014 19:49:09 GMT -6 *
bandito2: Just looked...Only a little over 6 weeks til STO.....WOW how time flies... Looking forward to it Jul 28, 2014 19:49:21 GMT -6
Tressa: Now that our daughter's wedding and honeymoon are over with, we can concentrate more on STO again. Jul 28, 2014 19:50:33 GMT -6
Tressa: We kept our granddaughter part of last week, and took care of pets most of the week last week. Jul 28, 2014 19:51:50 GMT -6 *
bandito2: Um...I think it can be imported. An outfit in GA handles it I think. Price? Can't find it off hand, but It's in the "not in my lifetime" price range I'm sure. Jul 28, 2014 19:55:12 GMT -6
Tressa: Hope the weather cooperates again this year. We have had an unusually cool summer so far. Jul 28, 2014 19:55:25 GMT -6
Tressa: bet repair parts would be almost impossible to get Jul 28, 2014 19:56:38 GMT -6
bandito2: Same up here. Might be nice to actually have a little bonfire to sit around for a change as long as it has not been too dry Jul 28, 2014 19:56:57 GMT -6
bandito2: Oh you could probably get repairs done. An exotic vehicle like that is likely to have pickup service available since it would be such an exclusive a group of owners Jul 28, 2014 19:59:16 GMT -6
Tressa: It's been a long day, so I'll say g'night. Good chatting with you Mike, ttyl. Jul 28, 2014 20:05:49 GMT -6
bandito2: 4 MonoTracers in the USA now. GA, TX CA & VA Base price 59,350 Euros = $79,752.69 dollars US. The electric version is even more Jul 28, 2014 20:09:33 GMT -6 *
bandito2: OK. good night....... Anybody lurking?.... No? ... OK then... g'night ma, g'night pa Jul 28, 2014 20:10:11 GMT -6 *
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