A few years back we took the Ruckus to The Dragon for an apex dominating (?) riding experience. We noted: “It shows that getting more people to ride isn’t hard, and doesn’t require marketing magic. Build something fun and cheap and more people will ride them. And these riders choose the Ruckus. Many have owned sportbikes, cruisers, and high-capacity ADV bikes, or even have them in the garage, but choose the smaller bikes because of the purity of the riding experience. And I can see why.” Some would argue that the Ruckus is its own breed of two wheels, but for the sake of getting people in seats other cult classics like Honda’s own Super Cub and Metropolitan, and even the Yamaha Zuma 125 serve as competition because of their around-town capabilities.