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Minnesota Scooters

Minnesota scootersWhether you are an experienced scooterist, or a newbie, why not check out the latest and greatest scooter models at your local Minnesota scooter dealer? Or Better yet, schedule a test drive! Distance: If you’re going to buy one then you’re going to have to transport it. Transporting a scooter costs money, especially if you have to rent a trailer. Make sure you calculate this cost into the overall cost of the scooter. On the other hand if you have your M class license and you go to a MN scooter dealer, you could drive it off the lot and straight home.

Repair and Maintenance: Another thing to consider is that you should be able to take your scooter back to the local dealer at any time for a repair. If you purchased elsewhere then you’re going to have to travel just to have your scooter repaired. A local business will be faster, more reliable and cost less money. Usually a scooter dealer is the best place to have yours repaired because they are more likely to have the expertise you need.

Scooter Dealers in Minnesota

 Minnesota Scooter Dealers  Phone Number  City
 Action Sports  507-532-9649  Marshall
 Bemidji Sports Centre  218-751-4477  Bemidji
 Besser’s Bike Barn  320-252-3373  Sauk Rapids
 Belle Plain Motorsports  320-252-3373  Belle Plain
 Brother’s Motorsports  218-829-6656  Baxter
 Carousel Motorsports  763-575-8584  Delano
 Century Power Sports  651-439-2035  Stillwater
 Cycle City  507-288-1084  Rochester
 Duluth Lawn & Sport  218-628-3718  Duluth
 Ecofun Motorsports  612-321-8867  Forest Lake
 Evolve Segway  952-224-0897  Minneapolis
 Family Go Cart  320-695-2691  Minneapolis
 Five Seasons Sports  218-744-5871  Eveleth
 Fix Powersports  507-775-7242  Byron
 Go Moto  763-315-6686  Minneapolis
 Heinen’s Motorsports  763-425-2178  Osseo
 Hi-10 Sports Centre  218-483-4966  Hawley
 Hitching Post Motorsports  651-451-2521  Minnetonka
 Honda Town  612-722-1110  Minneapolis
 Larson’s Cycle  763-689-2760  Cambridge
 Leo’s South  952-435-5371  Lakeville
 Lightning Motorsports  218-927-7867  Aitkin
 Mainstreet Cycles  502-373-2582  Albert Lea
 Maximum Motorsports  218-824-7433  Brainerd
 Midwest Motorcycle  612-338-5345  Minneapolis
 Minnesota Mopeds  952-484-5916  Minneapolis
 Minnesota Motorworks  763-746-0633  Blaine
 Moon Motorsports  763-295-2920  Monticello
 Motoprimo Motorsports  952-465-0500  Lakeville
 Moto Proz  507-853-2855  Mazeppa
 Motorsports of Willmar  230-235-2351  Willmar
 Ray’s Sport & Cycle  218-326-9355  Grand Rapids
 Red Wing Motorsports  651-388-1535  Red Wing
 RJ Sport & Cycle  218-729-5150  Duluth
 Scooterville  612-331-7266  Minneapolis
 Sette Sports Center  507-451-2521  Owatonna
 Starr Cycle  507-385-1990  North Mankato
 St. Boni Motorsports  952-446-1554  St. Bonifacious
 Tousley Motorsports  651-483-8296  White Bear Lake
 Trimbles Cycle Center  507-437-6661  Austin
 Worthington Sports Center  507-372-2291 Worthington
 Yamaha Motorsports  320-587-2980  Hutchinson

Parts Availability: If you buy from a local scooter shop in Minnesota then you can call them at any time to have parts serviced or replaced. If you purchased your scooter elsewhere then it’s going to be a bit more of a hassle. Local scooter dealers will have the parts you need because they sell the scooter you bought. Usually a company will be more likely to keep parts in stock, or be able to order them for you on short notice.

Support Your Local Economy: Did you know that your local Minnesota scooter shop is likely owned by a small business? If you want to support your local economy, put money back into your area and improve your area then purchasing local is the way to go.

Expertise: Last but not least, a dealer will be someone that you can visit or call at any time for help with your scooter. Whether you want to know where to get modifications, how to get your M class license or just know more about the industry, benefits and lifestyle, chances are you can find the information at a local Minnesota scooter shop.

The confusion between mopeds and scooters is prevalent because both bikes are lightweight model motorcycles and over time, many of their characteristics have become interchanged. Today, both are very similar in appearance and style, and even manufacturers may sometimes confuse the two titles. As a rule of thumb, just choose a model based on what you want to use it for.

Choosing a motor scooter should involve research based on the capabilities and options presented by the bike as well finding the right scooter dealers. Setting a budget and sticking to it can also help buyers to choose the bike they want without going over the price they can afford. Usually what the scooter will be used for, such as driving between work, or driving for fun, or transporting groceries or etc. should be used as a major determining decision before choosing the bike. Many scooter companies offer multiple models so make sure that you check out your options, compare prices, and research your needs before a purchase.

Scooter Clubs in Minnesota

Heck’s Angels          Regulars Vintage Scooter Club            Casserollers

Minnesota Scooter Laws
Scooter laws vary from state to state.  For more information about licensing requirements and scooter laws in Minnesota, click here