Hector - Proud Honda Ruckus Owner

by Hector
(Springfield, IL, USA)

A Honda Ruckus

A Honda Ruckus

A Honda Ruckus Traded the Ruckus in for a larger SYM HD scooter

Hector loves his Honda Ruckus motor scooter!

Scooter Owner For: Three years

Reasons for Owning a Scooter: Because scootin' is fun!, It's good for the environment, To ride with my friends/partner/family

How Used: Around town, Just for fun rides, Back & forth to work

Longest distance I've ridden: More than 100 miles

Fastest speed I've gone: 50 MPH

Scooter club: Springfield Scooter Club

My Story: I feel that scooting is a fun way to move about town and it is good for the environment.

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No Regrets
by: Jim Zeiser

You won't regret it. Everybody on Scootdawg who has one sings its praises. Also it's the scooter that won the Cannonball Scooter Rally last year overall against the high priced Vespas and Piaggios.

June 29, 2009
by: Hector

Well, a week ago decided finally to go up. Traded my beloved Ruckus for the SYM HD200. Did a lot of research and this was the best fit for me. Now I feel the power!

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