The Honda Ruckus scooter turns heads like no other. This economical scooter has a distinctive look that attracts people from all over, you gotta love it.
The stock scooter is powered by a 49cc single cylinder 4-stroke engine and includes a 1.5 gallon gas tank, dual headlights and oversized fat tires that grip the road for easy handling. Modifying the Ruckus with scooter parts are becoming more and more popular for a personalized look and more speed. In the Ruckus scooter world, customizing with ruckus parts for aesthetic reasons are equally important as modifying for speed.
So, if youâ��re looking for a trendy scooter that is built strong and tough with fuel efficiency, the Honda Ruckus is definitely one to check out. There is a huge selection of scooter accessories available on the web so you can find just about any part you need from kickstands to exhausts.
Pretty cool...for a scooter...I went to the Honda web site to have a look at them...after reading this post. Thanks for mentioning them...I had not heard of them.
Honda have always been small engine specialists, and their 49cc motors have always been delightfully well engineered. I do not know this model at least by the name Ruckus, so I will take a peek at the Honda sight in your country. Thanks. Great info!
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