The East Valley Road Rascals, are folks who love to have fun, but ride safely. We go on evening rides, weekend rides and overnight trips throughout the Southwest. We party and have fun! Sometimes we go to local venues and sometimes we go to member's homes. We gather to plan our rides -- long and short. We discuss riding trips and more! Anyone, who enjoys riding around this beautiful state of Arizona, is welcome to join us. We welcome singles as well as couples. We are not a dating site, but luckily some of us have made some lasting friendships from joining the Rascals. (Actually, we have had 6 weddings, though.) We want to have small group rides, we are not into mass parades. Since we are getting so popular and our rides are so well attended; we sometimes have to split the large group into smaller ones, riding 5 minutes apart, so that we don't lose anyone to a red light. Some of the rides, that are to restaurants, may have to be limited to the number the restaurant can accommodate. We and the owners do not want you to have poor service, thus this decision had to be made. We are looking for quality in this group, not quantity.
Also, remember that motorcycling can be dangerous; ride at your own risk. YOU are responsible for your own personal safety and WE do not assume any responsibility or liability for you. If you are seen to be an unsafe rider, you will be asked to leave the group. Safety is of the upmost importance with the Rascals.
If you are inactive for over two months and have not notified us, you may be dropped from the group. (So please notify us if your job or illness interferes with your participation. We are understanding.)
Also if you have three "no shows" then you may also be dropped from the group. The chances are you may be taking the spot of someone, who really wanted to attend the event, but found it was closed out. It is all about the riding, not the joining, or the signing up for rides, that is important; it is our safety and the happiness of our members that are. So get out there and ride! That's what it is all about, isn't it?