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 Colorado to Alaska on a Ruck 
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Post Colorado to Alaska on a Ruck
I know it's not a Zuma, but cool that this guy covered all this distance on a 50!

http://www.tetongravity.com/story/adven ... cc-scooter

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Mon Jul 27, 2015 10:01 am
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Post Re: Colorado to Alaska on a Ruck
Cool. I have a ruck. They are unbreakable.

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Thu Aug 13, 2015 8:03 pm
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Post Re: Colorado to Alaska on a Ruck
bobfa wrote:
Cool. I have a ruck. They are unbreakable.


nope they break often, horrible suspension, horrible seating
05 and older engine flaw that destroys the crank bearings

lone trips are done all the time on them throughout the USA going cross country, needing new engines along the way

49cc cant handle those distances without a ton of support

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Post Re: Colorado to Alaska on a Ruck
ZUMIKE wrote:
bobfa wrote:
Cool. I have a ruck. They are unbreakable.


nope they break often, horrible suspension, horrible seating
05 and older engine flaw that destroys the crank bearings

lone trips are done all the time on them throughout the USA going cross country, needing new engines along the way

49cc cant handle those distances without a ton of support

yeah, that's impressive, however, I have never really been a fan of the Ruck, I think I will stick to my Zuma!

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