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: Then it will be time to do something about it. Nice if I could get it ready for Woodward Cruise, but that will probably not happen. I MUST have it ready for Mid-Ohio next year though Jul 21, 2014 20:42:42 GMT -6
bandito2: You need to move vehicles off your property like I need to move my seldom used stuff out. Besides, being forced to rust under a tarp while sitting on rotting tires is not a very dignified way for a car to exist. Jul 21, 2014 20:48:18 GMT -6
bandito2: Woodward Dream Cruise, now that would be a place to put a for sale sign on an old car. More eyes would land on it in a day than even on CL or ebay Jul 21, 2014 20:50:32 GMT -6
Craig: Yeah I totally agree, but unfortunately that's the only place I have for them..., at the moment. While I'm not so concerned with the Chevy or the Buick, my bikes are exposed to the elements, and that does bug me. Jul 21, 2014 20:53:29 GMT -6 *
bandito2: I upgraded my storage space to a 10 X 15 and it has left over room enough to park the Silverwing in for the winter and room for maybe 2 much smaller bikes or another Reflex but that is about it. Jul 21, 2014 20:58:44 GMT -6
bandito2: Unless I manage to get the 2004 Reflex fixed and sold before the snow flies, then There would be that much more room Jul 21, 2014 20:59:39 GMT -6
Craig: How much does the storage space cost you a month? I'll more than likely have to get one as well. Jul 21, 2014 21:01:54 GMT -6 *
bandito2: I was in a 10 X 10 @ $77/Mo then moved my stuff to a 10 X 15 @ $101/Mo directly across from where I was (nice and convenient...lucky me) Jul 21, 2014 21:04:26 GMT -6
bandito2: And the place is just about a mile away from home Jul 21, 2014 21:05:16 GMT -6 *
bandito2: I would have more roomavailable if I built some heavy duty shelving in like I have at the back of my garage... Strong enough to put maybe the Reflex on....if I could get it up there. Jul 21, 2014 21:08:28 GMT -6
bandito2: One year, I put the 2007 underneath the big shelf and stacked a whole bunch of stuff on top. Big 25 Gal air compressor for example. (and it is still there) Jul 21, 2014 21:09:56 GMT -6
Craig: There are quite a few store and locks around here. I've just never gone to check them out. Never needed to until now, I guess. Jul 21, 2014 21:10:02 GMT -6
bandito2: Safer than having it vulnerable out in the open and basically unsecured. Might be worth it to get some rental space. Jul 21, 2014 21:12:26 GMT -6
bandito2: Now that it might be easier to afford it Jul 21, 2014 21:13:10 GMT -6
Craig: Yeah, gotta stop doing the poverty thing and get my head and finances around a garage to work out of here. Jul 21, 2014 21:16:30 GMT -6
bandito2: Well, I'm going to head off for the night... maybe I'll send an email to Bob tomorrow to see what's up. Catch ya later good night Jul 21, 2014 21:17:30 GMT -6
Craig: Which may mean moving. Jul 21, 2014 21:17:35 GMT -6
bandito2: Closer to work? Jul 21, 2014 21:17:55 GMT -6
Craig: Good night, Mike. Jul 21, 2014 21:18:07 GMT -6
Craig: Yes Jul 21, 2014 21:18:33 GMT -6
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