Okay so the lamest web post title ever is not a good way to start. But following that up with images stolen from Bikemag.com and a web video featuring Scott Hart (editor at Decline) I think is a nice way to round out the fact that Spoke has been kept well out of the GT loop. Anyway, the Ruckus is back and looks kinda cool, there are some sweet photos and a bit of a profile over here at Bikemag.com and then below there is some helmet cam footage from the product launch in SoCal (don't forget to turn the music down, you'll thank me).
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