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Top ten people who resembled their scooters at Mile High Mayhem 15

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The fifteenth Mile High Mayhem scooter rally went down in Denver over the weekend, attracting riders from all around. It only took a few minutes to see that many riders and their scooters seemed to share something: A color scheme, attitude or perhaps it was their shape of their body while sitting on their scooter.

Here are a few symbiotic scooter riders spotted during Saturday's ride from Sportique Denver to Sportique Englewood. Photos by Brandon Marshall for Westword.

See Also: - Slide show: Mile High Mayhem 15 - Missi Kroge of the Secret Servix all-girl scooter club on the birth of Mile High Mayhem

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