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TotalRuckus.com Website – Home for Ruckus Enthusiasts

31 March 2010 44,012 views 4 Comments

The Honda Ruckus has been been in North America since 2003 and has developed  a cult following in that time. For a bit more background on the Ruckus/Zoomer, check out the Wikipedia info.

It was quickly apparent that the Ruckus, fresh off the showroom floor, lacked performance to match its rugged good looks. But a naked scooter like the Honda Ruckus is just the canvas that the scooter artist needs. Over the years, an industry of performance parts has sprouted up so that you can tune your Ruckus to match you personality and performance requirements.

One of the most active websites to help Honda Ruckus enthusiasts is www.totalruckus.com. If you are a Honda Ruckus rider, check out this site and get involved with the Ruckus community – there is probably a group of Ruckus enthusiasts in your city or town.

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4 Comments »

  • bruce said:

    I have a 2009 ruckus, i use it all of the time. Where can I get a big ruckus at. I want to have the big brother to mine

    robbert1962@hotmail.com

  • mstevulak said:

    Where are you located? I would suggest a Craigslist search engine like http://craigzoom.com/ and type in Big Ruckus

  • Neil Ghuamn said:

    Craigslist is always a good avenue.

  • Geri/Gerbear said:

    Heya

    I was flattend on my Virago a few years back (by a van!!) & am just regaining my thirst to ride, but not so fearless as to buy big yet. I love the look of the Ruckus & would be thrilled to hear from riders in the Toronto area who could show this gal there’s nothing to fear from trying out the road again…on their Ruckus for starts?? Sweet.

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