Laury Angel - Proud 2009 50cc Honda Ruckus Owner

by Laury Angel
(Mason, OH, USA)

Laury on her Honda Ruckus,

Laury on her Honda Ruckus,

Laury on her Honda Ruckus, Cold weather Ruckusing! My fav scooter tag pic

Laury loves her Honda Ruckus!

Scooter Owner For: I have been an owner for nearly a month but had also owned mopeds and dirt bikes when i was in high school.

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

How Used: Around town, Just for fun rides, Long distance riding

Longest distance I've ridden: Less than 10 miles one way

Fastest speed I've gone: Around 35 MPH

My Story: I feel free when I ride. And I can't wait to get out and be able to ride every day.

I love my Ruckus and have even given it a nickname. I call it "piglet" because it's to little to be a "hawg".

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Apr 08, 2011
by: Laury

Well.....I have been scootin around like crazy. Though I'm usually by myself. But that's OK.. I figure sooner or later I will find more scooter fanatics in my area to scoot around with.

In fact I'm planning a ride to Germantown this Saturday with a group from, so hopefully I will make some life long scooter buddies. LOL

I have added a windshield to the piglet and bought a full face helmet. Getting hit in the face by a big bumble bee really hurts! LOL

I got dive bombed by a huge bird the other day. Thought i was gonna dump it, but I managed to regain control and go on my way.

I have been playing scooter tag at

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