So this is probably the next step in the thought process, and since this question was posted 5 months ago that probably makes this okay.
Any of you been to a scooter rally? In a nutshell it's a really fun and great excuse to pack up and go some distance to meet up with other people who are into the same thing you are. It's a social thing. There's lots of variety among the scooterati, which lends itself to lots of different types of scooters and interesting conversations. During the rally weekend there are always fun activities and group rides around whatever town/city we're in. On Saturday night the rally hosts hold a big ass banquet. The last one was very Paleo (coincidence) with 4 roasted pigs. On the last day there is a (optional) gymkana where people go through a course that's been set up to test their scooter riding skills and what not. At night there is lots of food, drink and conversation.
Their rallies are also pretty cheap. The most we've ever paid for a ticket is $60. They keep the prices down by getting sponsors and selling raffle tickets.
My point with all this is this seems to me like a format that would lend itself well to Paleo. They are fun, social events that are organized in a way that it's worth driving a far distance to go to them. It is also the only way we get to see some people during the year. We meet up in the middle. Scooters have scooter clubs. Maybe we should start a Paleo Club in our areas to cover the more social aspect of the Paleo lifestyle.
Food for thought and all that.