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Group Ride through Austin Hills on Sunday Morning

Linda will be leading the Lori’s Hills Highlights ride through the Austin Hills on Sunday morning (8/25). The group will meet at Genuine Joe Coffeehouse at 8:15am and depart for the ride at 9. The ride will cover 45 miles of Austin’s best hills and curves and include a short break in the middle. The ride will finish up with lunch at La Posada Mexican Restaurant. Please make sure your scooter is capable of traveling up steep hills for the ride. Arrive with a full tank of gas and helmets are required. We hope to see you there!

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Sunday Morning Johnson City Group Ride

Linda will be leading a group ride to Johnson City this Sunday (7/21). Meet up at 8:15am at Thunderbird Coffee (1401 Koenig Lane). The group will leave at 9am. Helmets are required. Gas up before leaving Thunderbird. This ride is for scooters that can maintain at least 55 mph on long hills. Total mileage will be about 130 miles.

From Linda’s ASC Facebook Group post: “This is a variation of Eric’s ride to Johnson City from a few months ago. From Thunderbird we’ll take 2222 west with a possible detour, then get onto 620 and take another detour before we get to Hamilton Pool Road. Depending on the time, we may take a quick butt break at RR12 and 3238. In Johnson City we’ll eat lunch at Pecan Street Brewing and return to Austin via Fitzhugh Road.”

We hope to see you on Sunday morning!

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Luling Group Ride on Saturday for Watermelon Thump

On Saturday, June 29th, Hudson will be leading a ride down to Luling for the annual Watermelon Thump festival. We will arrive before the parade at 10am and go to the Watermelon Thump festival grounds to watch (maybe someone will enter…?) the watermelon eating contest at 1pm and then enjoy other festivities. We will be returning in the late afternoon or early evening, depending on how hot it is and what time everyone wants to be home.

Who: Scooters that can maintain 65 mph and are comfortable riding on 183
What: Ride to Luling for the annual watermelon festival
When: Saturday, June 29th. Meet up at Thunderbird Coffee at 2200 Manor Rd on the east side at 7:45am. The group leaves at 8:30am. We will return to Austin in the late afternoon or early evening, expect 4pm or later, depending on the heat and how early everyone wants to get home.

Admission is free at the time the group will be attending the Thump. More information about the festival are at If you have any questions or concerns about this group ride, then please post them to the Austin Scooter Club Facebook group or contact us through the Austin Scooter Club website.

Luling Group Ride to Watermelon Thump 2013

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Mid-Week In-Town Group Ride on Wednesday Night

In case you missed the group ride this past Memorial Day weekend, Eric is leading another ride on Wednesday night (5/29). Meet up at P Terry’s on S Lamar and Barton Springs starting at 6:30pm. The group will leave at 7:30pm. This ride will be comfortable for all scooters so come on out!

Mid-Week In-Town Group Ride on Wednesday Night

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Memorial Day Weekend In-Town Ride this Sunday + Our Statesman Article

Eric will be leading a casual ride through the west side of Austin this Sunday (5/26). This group ride is suitable for all scooters, although there will be a few hills. Meet us at Thunderbird Coffee on Koenig at 9am. The group will leave at 10am and end at Jo’s on South Congress. We look forward to riding with you!

Memorial Day Weekend In-Town Ride on 5/23/13

We also have news about us in the news. Austin Scooter Club, The Rally With No Name, and fellow scooter enthusiasts are featured in an article in the Austin American-Statesman. The article can be found at and the May 24th issue of the print edition.

Everyone who participates in club events including (but not limited to) the group rides, annual events, and of course, the rally, has made the Austin Scooter Club everything it is today. We are very thankful for everyone who has supported this endeavor that has been going strong for over five years and hope to keep it going for many more. Our sincerest thanks.

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