Top Ways to Maintain Your Scooter

By allwheels, in Scooters in Rehoboth Beach DE

Scooter Maintenance

Here are some basic things you can do to prolong the life of your scooter or moped. We are happy to assist and service your moped for you. For any questions or concerns please call us and we will assist you:  (302) 227-6807

Top 6 Ways to Maintain Your Scooter

    • 1

      Check and change the oil. Mopeds are much like cars and they need an oil change  every 3,000 to 4,000 miles.

    • 2

      Moderate all fluids on a weekly basis.For top performance, keep the fluids full

    • 3

      Check the air filters. You can clean them by either shaking them out, flushing with water, or if they are really bad, replacing with a new filter.

    • 4

      Inspect the belts for wear and tear. A broken belt can leave you and your scooter stranded.

    • 5

      Check the spark plugs on a regular basis for rust and any corrosion.

    • 6

      Wash the undercarriage and motor of the scooter. The salty air can corrode metal and this can be easily avoidable with weekly washes.

      Give us a call today and find out other ways you can maintain your scooter to get the full life expectancy possible!  (302) 227-6807

Scooter VS Sports Cars

By allwheels, in Scooters in Rehoboth Beach DE

Scooters in Rehoboth 

They are fast, but not this fast

All Wheels Scooter and Bike Shop in Rehoboth specializes in the sales and service of top quality bikes and mopeds. From general maintenance, to over the top tuning, we do it all.  We guarantee our work to be the highest quality in the area.  We have 49cc – 150cc mopeds that get great gas mileage.  All Wheels specializes in maintenance and repair as well, no matter what your needs may be, we have the solution that is right for you! Give us a call today! (302) 227-6807



Bike Rentals at The Beach

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Bike Rentals in Rehoboth Beach DE

It’s no secret that renting bikes at the beach is an all American past time.  That’s why All Wheels Bike Shop rents the highest quality bikes from trusted brands such as Trek and has the lowest rates available!

All of our rentals include a Helmet, lock and we will tell you all the best places to visit while you are on your bike tour in Rehoboth.

Some great places to ride your bike include downtown Rehoboth, the boardwalk, the beach, Dewey DE or ride up to Cape Henelopen State Park.

Tour/ Ride Directions are FREE! Rentals include Helmet & Lock.

Hour Day Week
Cruisersa $6 $17 $40
Cruisers with child seat $10 $24 $45
Hybrids $8 $23 $55
Tandem $12 $23 $48
Baby Joggers $5 $15 $45
Trailers $5 $12 $32
Wheel-chairs $5 $15 $35
Road Bike $15 $38 $98


Bike Rentals Rehoboth Beach

Bike Rentals



Scooter Outlaws

By allwheels, in Scooters in Rehoboth Beach DE

Scooter Subculture

This week we are featuring this video outlining the subculture of mopeds and scooters. They aren’t motorcycles, they aren’t crotch rockets, they aren’t choppers, they’re scooters.  Enjoy this video about the alliance of the “moped gang” or “moped army”.  We have a similar scooter club called The Misfits in the Rehoboth Beach area. Check them out on Facebook!



Stop on in and join the revolution!  Give us a call today and see how you can save a ton of money on gas and have a ton of fun as well! (302) 227-6807

37431 Oyster House Road
(old 4100 Hwy One)
Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971

Scooters at The Beach

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Scooters Around Dewey Beach Delaware

Did you know that Rehoboth / Dewey Beach has a scooter club? If you didn’t, they are a not for profit organization that hosts several events a year. One of which includes a scooter parade for charity. In the scooter parade you will see a ton of different varieties of scooters. There are many popular brands of scooters in Dewey Beach but one scoot trumps them all. Thats right, the Honda Ruckus. If you were a true Dewey Beach Scooter fanatic, you would know the term “Ruck Rider”. The Honda Ruckus looks like it could survive a nuclear blast and still have enough mojo to fight the zombie apocalypse.

The Ruckus is great for many reasons:

  1. Sex appeal – 194lbs of sexy
  2. Great gas mileage – 114 mpg great!
    • With a curb weight of 194 lbs, you can still cruise after all that boardwalk junk food
    • 49cc liquid cooled engine is tuned for maximum efficiency and torque
    • With a 1.3 gallon tank, you can go 148.2 miles without having to fill up! (seriously)
  3. Upgradable options
    • We’ll get your Ruckus going 50 mph! Stop on in and ask us how!

Let our skilled staff upgrade or maintain your four stroke or two stroke scooters. Stop in today and see what we have to offer!

Scooters in Rehoboth Beach


Riding at The Beach

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Scooters in Rehoboth Beach

All Wheels Scooters Rehoboth Beach De

Whether you are a local or a tourist, you have certainly noticed the abundance of scooters and mopeds in Rehoboth Beach Delaware.  Maybe it’s because they are a ton of fun, maybe it’s because they are convenient, or get 100 mpg or inexpensive to operate. Whatever the case may be, scooters have become a great pastime of our area. If you are coming to Rehoboth on vacation, there are a few things you should be aware of:

  1. You cannot park your scooter anywhere in Rehoboth Beach, you do need a permit
  2. Permits are available at the Parking Meter Division behind City Hall for $40.00
  3. Scooters with permits can park in any residential permit parking only zones
  4. Having a permit does not mean you can park in metered spaces for free
  5. Wearing a helmet is not the law, but it is highly recommended considering the influx of vacationers in the summer
  6. You may not park a moped/scooter on sidewalks or in front of driveways
  7. Scooters must still obey all the local traffic laws in Rehoboth and Dewey Beach and are still subject to traffic fines

It is important to have fun, but safety should always be your top priority!

Don’t forget to check out the shop for great deals on scooters, bikes, parts and service!   Give  us a call at: (302) 227-6807

As always, we are located at: 3

7431 Oyster House Road
(old 4100 Hwy One)
Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971



Cape Henlopen

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Cape Henlopen National ParkCape Henlopen

Delaware is full of natural beauty and a lot of it is right in our own backyard.  Next time you are in the area make sure you take some time to check out Cape Henlopen. There are a ton of hiking and bike trails for you to explore natural beauty.  The national park was once a strategic location for the military outpost. During WW2 the Army established this base and camouflaged bunkers amongst the large sand dunes. Today, the 543 acre park is home to a variety of wildlife including osprey, reptiles, and a variety of shorebirds.  Take a bike ride to Fort Miles, the Nature Center, The Biden Center or check out a variety of trails open to the public:


Check out the list of hiking and bike trails below!



Park Trail Type of Trail Miles Ease Handicapped-Accessible Trail Surface Trail Challenge
Alapocas Run Northern Delaware Greenway Hiking, Biking 2.0 Easy Yes Paved or Crushed Stone No
Bellevue Northern Delaware Greenway Hiking, Biking 1.6 Easy Yes Paved No
Oval Track Hiking, Biking 1.2 Easy Yes Crushed Stone No
Brandywine Creek Northern Delaware Greenway Hiking, Biking 2.5 Easy Yes Crushed Stone No
Cape Henlopen Walking Dunes Hiking, Biking 1.6 Easy No Crushed Stone/ Shell Yes
Salt Marsh Spur Hiking, Biking 0.6 Easy No Earthen No
Gordons Pond Hiking, Biking 2.75 Easy to Moderate No Crushed Stone/ Earthen No
Bike Loop Hiking, Biking 3.0 Easy to Moderate Yes Paved No
Junction and Breakwater Hiking, Biking 5.0 Easy Yes Crushed Stone Yes
Delaware Seashore Prickly Pear Hiking, Biking, Equestrian 3.0 Easy No Earthen No
Fox Point Riverview Hiking, Biking 2.0 Easy Yes Paved Yes
Northern Delaware Greenway Hiking, Biking 1.3 Easy Yes Paved No
Holts Landing Seahorse Hiking, Biking, Equestrian 1.2 Easy Yes Earthen No
Killens Pond Bike Hiking, Biking 2.0 Easy Yes Paved or Crushed Stone No
Lums Pond Little Jersey Hiking, Biking, Equestrian 8.1 Easy No Earthen or Crushed Stone No
Trap Pond American Holly Hiking, Biking 0.7 Easy Yes Crushed Stone No
Loblolly Hiking, Biking, Equestrian 4.6 Easy Yes Crushed Stone Yes
White Clay Creek David English Hiking, Biking 2.4 Moderate No Earthen Yes
Whitely Farms Hiking, Biking 3.1 Moderate No Earthen No
Bryan’s Field Hiking, Biking 2.1 Moderate No Earthen No
Boundary Line Hiking, Biking 1.4 Moderate No Earthen No
Chestnut Hill Hiking, Biking 3.4 Moderate No Earthen No
Tri-Valley Hiking, Biking 3.1 Moderate No Earthen No
Pomeroy Rail Trail Hiking, Biking 2.7 Easy Yes Crushed Stone No
Wilmington-Brandywine Park Northern Delaware Greenway Hiking, Biking 0.9 Easy Yes Paved No


For more information please contact the Park Office:

Park Office

  • 15099 Cape Henlopen Dr.
  • Lewes, DE 19958
  • Phone: (302) 645-8983
  • FAX: (302) 645-0588

Scooter Rules of The Road

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Scooters in The Rehoboth Beach AreaScooter Laws Rehoboth Beach

Riding a scooter in Rehoboth and surrounding areas is a ton of fun, but there are a few rules of the road that one needs to follow.

According to The City of Rehoboth Beach:

  • A Scooter has 2 wheels
  • A Step-through chassis
  • Is Powered by a motor

Scooter Permits and Parking

  • Scooters must have a permit to park on City Streets, with the exception of parking at a parking meter.
  • Scooters may NOT park on sidewalks or the boardwalk, or at bicycle racks or stations.
  • Permits are available at the Parking Meter Division behind City Hall for $40.00.
  • Scooters with permits may park in locations designed/marked as “Scooter Only” such as:  Ends of most beach blocks and on Baltimore & Wilmington Avenues; Parking lot near the Senior Center on Christian Street; Behind the Fire Station on Rehoboth Avenue.
  • Scooters with permits may park on residential streets in permit parking areas.
  • Scooters without permits may park at meters and must pay meter fees.
  • Parking fines will be the same as for cars.

Safe Scooter Habits

  • Be a defensive driver
    • Avoid distractions, including mobile phones and other devices, which can divert your attention, even with hands-free functionality.
    • Aim high when looking out over the handlebars at the road.
    • Keep your eyes moving, meaning don’t just stare at the road ahead; check mirrors and other views frequently.
    • Leave yourself an out; this means anticipating what would happen if you had to swerve or slam on the brakes.
    • Position both hands firmly but comfortably on handlebars.
    • Never drive while feeling drowsy or sleepy; pull over at a rest stop or other safe place to take a break and get some real rest.
  • Do not follow cars too close
  • Wear a helmet
  • Remember to always be courteous
  • Have fun!

Do you have any questions  you would like answered about the scooter laws in Rehoboth? Please do not hesitate to give us a call: 302 227 6807