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From the Archives: The Honda Ruckus Cafe Risque

Today we’re sharing a post a year ago that’s a consistent favorite with new visitors of ScooterFile. Custom Honda Ruckus scooters are getting more and more common. It’s a style that definitely makes a statement and for most scooter fans, they either love it or hate it. One of the more remarkable custom Ruckus bikes we’ve seen is the Cafe Risque from Composimo, and we featured it last February here on ScooterFile.

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Photos: London Mods in 1979

For most scooter fans, even if they don’t ride a vintage Vespa or Lambretta, there’s still a romantic attachment to the Mods of the ’60s and ’70s in Great Britain. As much a fashion movement as a vehicle preference, the Mods remain forever etched on the psyche of the scooter community. The site Voices of East Anglia has a great post up featuring vintage photos of Mods out for a scooter gathering in 1979

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The Ruckus Cafe Risque

Built by scooter tuning and fabrication company Composimo, the Cafe Risque is something that if you described it to me, I wouldn’t believe it was possible. How do you put cafe racer style into a 50cc scooter and have it look this great?

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