Below are photos of my Leike 150cc Honda Big Ruckus clone along with my genuine Honda Big Ruckus. Following these photos are photos of my Honling 50cc Honda Ruckus clone along with my genuine Honda Ruckus. The last photo shows the relative tire sizes. I'm not going to do a review of the relative merits of these bikes, but I will say that the Hondas are amazing products and the clones are greatly inferior in materials, fit and finish, but they are a great value considering the extremely high prices of the Hondas.
I have sold the Ruckus clone and the Big Ruckus clone is currently FOR SALE here in Arlington, Virginia for $950. I have it listed in the Washington DC ebay Classifieds website. Yes, it is STILL for sale because I will remove this when I find a buyer.
IF YOU HAVE A CHINESE BIG RUCKUS CLONE PLEASE HELP ME: I have been unable to figure out how to change the digital speedo from KM/H to MPH. There will be a secret combination of button pushes and other actions, but even the importer has no idea, and the 'owners manual' does not cover this. Thanks.
--Ralph Walker, Arlington, Virginia, USA
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Links to all my websites:
MarushoLilac.com: Marusho and Lilac Motorcycles from Japan 1951-1967.
1919 Sunbeam Motorcycle: Notes about and photos of my Sunbeam, which was sold in 2004.
1955 Victoria Bergmeister Motorcycle: Notes about and photos of my Victoria, which was sold in 2005.
1980 Honda Trail CT110 Motorcycle: Notes about and photos of my Honda, which was sold in 2008.
Ruckus Clones: Comparison photos of the Honda Ruckus and Honda Big Ruckus with the Chinese copies.
Photos of Switzerland, with an emphasis on transport.
Zweisimmen.com: Photos of the MOB (Montreux Oberland Bernois) narrow gauge railway in Switzerland, plus information on G (garden) gauge model railroad projects of mine.
Schau.Biz: Swiss shooting medals, beer coasters, etc. for sale.
BernBear.com: Our log cabin in Greene County, Virginia, and examples of the use of the Bern Bear heraldic symbol on decorative objects.