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| city = Cleveland/Akron/Canton, OH
 
| city = Cleveland/Akron/Canton, OH
 
| founded = October 2008
 
| founded = October 2008
| rally = Island Ride, Burning River Rally
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The Ohpeds are scattered across Northeastern Ohio, with the largest group being centered between Cleveland and Akron.  They are notorious for gobbling up most of the cheap mopeds in the area and enjoy friendly rivalries for the latest spoils.  Every brand is represented and it's not uncommon for members to each have their own unique area of expertise.  Rides and fix-it days rotate throughout Cuyahoga, Summit and Stark Counties.
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The Ohpeds are found across Northeastern Ohio, with the largest group being centered between Cleveland and Akron.  The group was founded in the fall of 2008 in an attempt to unite the scattered individual Northeastern Ohio mopeders.  They are notorious for gobbling up most of the cheap mopeds in the area and enjoy friendly rivalries for the latest spoils.  Every brand is represented and it's not uncommon for members to each have their own unique area of expertise.  Rides and fix-it days rotate throughout Cuyahoga, Summit and Stark Counties and occur at least once a month.
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Revision as of 21:28, 24 March 2009

Ohpeds
Ohpeds logo.JPG
Cleveland/Akron/Canton, OH
FoundedOctober 2008
RallyIsland Ride, Burning River Run

The Ohpeds are found across Northeastern Ohio, with the largest group being centered between Cleveland and Akron. The group was founded in the fall of 2008 in an attempt to unite the scattered individual Northeastern Ohio mopeders. They are notorious for gobbling up most of the cheap mopeds in the area and enjoy friendly rivalries for the latest spoils. Every brand is represented and it's not uncommon for members to each have their own unique area of expertise. Rides and fix-it days rotate throughout Cuyahoga, Summit and Stark Counties and occur at least once a month.

Expect blood and oil to flow freely.


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