Ruckus Cruiser

Mar 24, 2016

Category: Rides

If you got feet, then bring the Ruckus. This small single speed bike features three drivetrain options, one of which runs on a GreenTrans motor, to keep you cruising at a slow but steady pace that gives the bike its charm. No speed demons, no rush, just clean vibes on a smooth ride.

It’s clearly a bicycle for everybody. And the Ruckus’ ability to comfortably carry two people on its extended seat only supports the mentality behind the two-wheeler: to take life in at a slow pace, as to not miss a beat. As a throwback to a time before cell phones, the Ruckus encourages riders to appreciate the simple life. Hence the simple design. Featuring a Cromoly fork and frame, and forged alloy crankset drive system, what you see is literally what you get. And you know what? We’re perfectly fine with that. Prices start around $900. [Via: BlessThisStuff]

Purchase: $900

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