2020 Scooter Cannonball
Maine to California
The 2020 Scooter Cannonball will begin in Bar Harbor, Maine on July 6th and finish 10 days later in Eureka, California on July 15th. The total distance of the recommended riding course is estimated to be 4,250 miles. Registered Riders opened on September 15, 2019.
As of December 2019, approximately 100 riders have registered. Registration will remain open while hotel space remains available.
Registration is open to a limited number of participants (approximately 100-125 riders). This limit is determined by hotel availability and event format/capacity. Registration closes no later than June 6, 2020.
An Entrant consists of one specific scooter and one specific rider together. The registration fee is non-refundable. Entrant registration is non-transferable. Organizers reserve the right to reject any registration for any reason. If your registration is rejected, you will receive a full refund.
You are not bound to riding the specific scooter you identify at the time of registration. This is requested for information purposes only. Your entry scooter and final handicap will be calculated at the start of the event. You will need to registration an account in our Registered Riders Forum, http://forum.scootercannonballrun.com prior to registration.
You understand that this is not a race. The Cannonball does not condone unsafe activities such as excessive speed, reckless vehicle operation, riding impaired, or any other activity that results in riders exceeding their personal limits, endangering other riders or the public.
You will be required to sign an acknowledgement prior to the commencement of the Cannonball Run, certifying that they understand the rules and that you are aware of the risks inherent in participating in the event. The rules and specific acknowledgements will be made available in advance of the event on the Registered Riders Forum.
Scooter Cannonball Rules
Riders are awarded points based on their ability to ride and navigate their scooter to predefined checkpoints each day. This is not a race. No benefits, actual or implied, monetary or otherwise are awarded to any rider who finishes with the highest number of accumulated points each day or at the conclusion of the event. The event has established rules that are intended to provide all participants (riders, support personnel, spectators) with a common understanding of the format of the event. Riders will find the rules to be consistent with the 2018 Scooter Cannonball Rules.
Qualifying Scooters & Handicap System
Participation is limited to Scooters with an engine displacement less than 280cc. A Scooter is a two or three wheeled vehicle that satisfies AT LEAST THREE OF FIVE of the following conditions:
- unit construction of engine, transmission and rear swing arm
- wheels no larger than 10 inches
- originally equipped with a step-through style frame
- originally equipped with running boards or leg shield
- a single cylinder engine design
The Scooter Cannonball uses a handicap system for scoring purposes. The handicap is based on both the age and displacement of your scooter and is normalized to a hypothetical scooter. For more information please use the Handicap Calculator.
Questions? Need Help?
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
Route & Overnight Locations
- July 5, 2020: Bar Harbor, ME
- July 6, 2020: Killington, VT
- July 7, 2020: Niagara Falls, ON
- July 8, 2020: Gaylord, MI
- July 9, 2020: Marshfield, WI
- July 10, 2020: Huron, SD
- July 11, 2020: Hot Springs, SD
- July 12, 2020: Rock Springs, WY
- July 13, 2020: Delta, UT
- July 14, 2020: Fernley, NV
- July 15, 2020: Eureka, CA