As what may be considered “cheap” for one person may not be for another. However, some beginner-friendly motorcycles that may be considered budget-friendly include the Honda Grom, Kawasaki Z125 Pro, and Suzuki VanVan 200.
These bikes are all relatively small and lightweight, which can make them easier to handle for those new to riding. Additionally, they typically don’t cost as much as some of the larger and more powerful motorcycles on the market, making them a more affordable option for those just starting out.
20 Best Cheap Motorcycle For Beginners
1. Razor RSF650 Electric Bike
Powered by a 650 watt high-torque, chain-driven motor on a steel trellis-frame Chassis design and street geometry with low profile windscreen
Features custom 14 inch 10-spoke mag wheels and street tires, rear suspension, Variable speed twist-grip throttle, and hand-operated rear disc brakes
36V (three 12V) sealed lead acid Rechargeable battery with quick-change compartment and up to 50 minutes of continuous use
Ages: 16 and up | Max weight 170 lbs | Max speed: 17 mph
Also, includes adjustable angle riser style handlebars, soft rubber grips, retractable kickstand, folding foot pegs, and hidden storage compartment
The Razor RSF650 delivers both unique style and performance to indulge your need for speed. This item features a 650-watt, variable-speed motor with high torque that can reach speeds of up to 17 mph and offers 50 minutes of continuous use.
The bike is designed with a sturdy steel chassis and street geometry featuring a low-profile windscreen. It also provides adjustable, angle-riser handle bars with soft rubber, twist-grip throttle and hand-operated, duel disc brakes.
This bike has double-crown forks with shatter-resistant plastic fairings for safety, and it offers a hidden storage compartment. It provides a durable rear suspension with a retractable kickstand and folding metal foot pegs.
This item comes equipped with custom, 12 inch mag wheels and street tires for a smooth, stylish ride. The Razor street bike is recommended for ages 16 up and includes three 12 volt batteries and charger.
and that night I gapped a r3 and I took 400 quid off to a guy who thought his scooter was built by Ferrari so I proved it was not the case, and all I did was mount an old 6400w motor with a 72v around 80ah battery and a pretty sweet controller to I borrowed from a friend, then got some super Moto sticky tyres and it’s so light you look like you’ve been shot in the back cos your laid over the whole front of the bike to try not to flip it.
oh yeah I put on a front sprocket with a tooth less but that’s all I did, riding flat out next to a car said we were doing 44mph and the smaller spprocket probably lost 2mph but the best way I can explain how it accelerates is like a 2 stroke yz125 hitting power band it’s like every single bit of power it’s capable of coming in at once.
so obviously we see them as mini Moto or pit bikes but throw a couple hundred at it and you’ll have the best wheelie bike you can make imagine.
Steel frame with adjustable handles. High torque chain drive is smooth and quiet. It offers a high-torque 650 watt motor that’s chain driven with variable speeds to get you uphill and off-road. Perhaps surprisingly this motor is also whisper quiet which makes it potentially a lot more fun than your average scaled-down gas guzzler.
Fun twist-grip throttle acceleration provides some thrills and fine control. The rechargeable battery provides up to 10 miles range and includes an adapter for charging from any standard A/C outlet. This bike has a double crown fork folding foot pegs and includes 16 and 14 pneumatic knobby tires fine tuned for a great experience on dirt.
Carries up to 220 lbs. Dimensions: 56″L x 24. 5″W x 36″H.
Well i have 2 now and have had them all my life, i modify them top to bottom. Adding new motor to redoing the fairings. Ive had the mx500 as a kid. Im now 21 years old, and still ride obviously with the modification to help with range and speed.
The only 2 things i would like to point out is that after awhile the sprocket may go due to overtorque from the motor for you new riders. It can be fixed by not hardlaunching the bike. The second is that i have a mx650 from 2006 (purple) and one from (2016).
The 2006 looks like is was built with a lot more quality, the welds are more discrete and theres even color on the battery covers compared to a bit sloppyer welds on the newer razor. They are still built to last and are fun to mod and ride.
Well, we got my youngest a mx350 and he enjoyed it. I, on the other hand, didn’t like the fact that he was having a lot of fun riding his while I just stood there watching. So, I ended up buying the mx650.
After putting it together, I turned it on and it actually had some juice in the battery. I took it out for a spin and man, it is fun. I am 5’5″ at 145lbs. It can carry my around. It does have a speed control on it, so if you want to go slow, moderate or fast, you just need to slowly increase/decrease the throttle.
The mx350 does not have that. The front suspensions is a little clunky and has just enough power to get me up a small hill. Overall, I can now ride along with my son. I am pretty happy with the purchase.
Know a kid who loves motorcycles? Give them a treat with this fun 2-in-1 LEGO Technic Motorcycle toy that rebuilds into a cool Adventure Bike. Kids aged 7 and up will love building the realistic chopper-style Motorcycle model.
As they build, they’ll be learning too as they explore all the Motorcycle’s functions–like the 3-cylinder chain-driven engine, moving pistons, rotating chain, and steering. Playtime lasts even longer with this cool building set.
Kids will love rebuilding their Motorcycle model into an Adventure Bike for more vehicle role-play fun. LEGO Technic buildable model sets feature realistic movement and mechanisms that introduce young LEGO builders to the universe of engineering in an approachable and realistic way.
The BT200X bikes series was created from countless hours of trial and error. The BT or big tube design added a little weight for increased stability while riding. The front forks and suspension increase ride comfort and handling.
rust 2/3 cup butter OR margarine, softened 1/4 cup brown sugar 1 cup all-purpose flour 1 cup quick OR old fashioned oats Filling 3 eggs 1/2 cup Beehive® OR Crown® Golden Syrup 3/4 cup sugar 2 tablespoons butter OR margarine, melted 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract 1/4 cup creamy peanut butter 1 cup chopped pecans 1 package (11 ounces) butterscotch chips INSTRUCTIONS Preheat oven to 350°F.
Spray a 13 x 9-inch baking pan with cooking spray. Mix butter, brown sugar, flour and oats until crumbly in a large mixing bowl. Press into baking pan. Bake for 10 to 12 minutes or until lightly browned.
Beat eggs, corn syrup, sugar, butter, vanilla and peanut butter in a large bowl with an electric mixer. Stir in pecans and butterscotch chips with a spoon. Pour mixture over crust. Bake for 25 to 30 minutes or until filling is set.
Remove from oven and cool. Refrigerate until firm, about 1 hour.
I purchased this mini bike a couple weeks ago for my 13 yo son. I had been doing some research and narrowed my search down to this bike or the Coleman and I loved the style of this one much better. Having ridden motorcycles for years, this bike definitely has the best looks and the best overall feel.
The seat is great. As others have already stated, the only assembly required was to mount the handle bars and connect the two electrical connections for the headlight and the on/off switch. Of course double check all bolts on the bike to which I’m pleased to say were as they should be.
After the assembly, I added the included bottle of oil and a tank full of (Ethanol free 93 octane gas) The engine cranks on the first or second pull every time and runs really smooth. As far as the riding experience goes, it rides really well and has sufficient power to carry around a single rider even between 250 and 300 pounds no problem.
The reason I mention this is because I know there are many of you out there who are wondering this. The bike comes factory with an automatic clutch drive which actually works really well. However if you do your research, you can also add many mods to these bikes that make a major difference in both torque and speed like.
cough. cough. backing out the throttle screw a bit. A cvt (continuously variable transmission)(tav)(torque converter) can also be added in place of the clutch and is the best overall upgrade for these bikes along with the stage 1 performance parts from gopowersports.
Having said that, it is not recommend to do these upgrades while your bike is still under warranty unless you don’t care about the warranty. Also, as with any small engine “per the instructions in the manual” be easy on it for the first 5 to 10 hours and vary the speed a lot while you are riding.
Change the oil after the first 5 to 10 hours as well and you will be good to go.
Bike is great! Started right up first pull. Easy assembly. Bad shipping. Box damage and the metal frame around the bike was trashed. Amazing no damage to the bike. So all in all. I guess the packaging took the brunt of any damage.
Other then a that. I love the bike. What fun for under 1000 bucks.
This classic design of this old-school mini bike is instantly enchanting, and will strike a chord with road hogs young and old. The CT200U Trail200 Coleman Mini Bike with suit your taste for adventure whether you’re a seasoned enthusiast or first-time biker.
This model is a nostalgic, reliable off-road mini bike that can packs a powerful 196cc engine, supported by a sturdy metal frame and racks for years of fast fun. The easy pull-start feature makes for a smooth learning curve for newbies.
This mini bike is made with low-pressure tires that provide a soft and stable ride, great for adults and older kids alike. Pair this sweet ride with a helmet and protective gear and off you go.
I bought this bike for my husband because we moved to the country and it serves a great purpose of riding to the mailbox and around the community. My husband is 240 pounds and the bike rides fine through the muddy roads and up small hills.
It is a rough ride over the bumpy roads but overall it is so much fun and we enjoy it. It is actually bigger than we expected. The big wheels make it easier to navigate through the muddy roads as well.
Great buy. Was not happy with the delivery man or the Pilot delivery service but as far as the bike itself we are happy. Considering ordering my son one next. It did come with a few scratches but still a good bike.
I recieved a used bike with gas and oil in it along with scratches all over dirt in the tires and missing bolts and pieces. I called fingerhut and they said we will give you 50$ off if not you have to pay for the return shipping both ways.
Are you serious??? You ruined my sons christmas. Now i have a 900$ pile of metal sitting in my garage. They never published my first review. So someone from coleman or fingerhut needs to make this right.
This reliable, rugged motorbike has a pull-start and automatic clutch design to make it simple to use. – What Is the Coleman Mini Bike Weight Limit? The Coleman CT200U Mini Bike has a sturdy metal frame made for years of use.
The bike can hold up to 200 pounds at a single time. Consumers weighing more than 200 pounds should not use it as it may damage the frame of the mini bike. – How Much Fuel Does the Coleman CT200U Mini Bike Hold? The Coleman CT200U mini bike accommodates up to 1.
1 gallons of fuel in its tank at a time. Many consumers state it is fuel efficient as they ride for several days on a single tank of gas. It takes unleaded gasoline with at least 87 octane. When refueling, do so outdoors in a well-ventilated area.
Turn the engine off to ensure there are no flames or sparks from the engine which may catch fire. – What Is the Horsepower of the Coleman Bike? The Colman CT200U has a 6. 5 horsepower engine. The 196cc engine attains speeds of up to 24 miles per hour.
Consumers should check the oil regularly and change it periodically to ensure the bike works efficiently. This engine takes approximately 0. 63 quarts of SAE10W-30 oil. – Can You Take the Coleman Dirt Bike Off Road? The design of Colman dirt bike is for off-road use.
The wider, softer tires offer stability and control in the dirt and dusty environments. This bike may not be legal to use on roadways. Every city has different regulations about the operation and ownership of these vehicles.
Check your local laws before operating. – For What Age Group is the Coleman Mini Bike CT200U? With a 196cc engine, it is a little too powerful for children. The Coleman mini bike is best suited for young teens through adults.
Children between the ages of 13 and 16 should have supervision while using the bike. Children under the age of 13 should not operate the motorcycle.
Sam’s Club had the best price (450$ 10/2018) for the Coleman CT200U Trial bike after spending time scamming the internet markets. Our local TSC had the hunter’s sportier edition (front fork springs, tool case) for an extra 150$.
Assembly went well/easy as my 9 year old grandchild wrenched (with supervision) the few items required to assemble. Tools in a small pouch were provided/included by the Chinese manufacture. I noticed the hand grip throttle assembly was bent (where cable connects into) whereas the plastic cable retainer was slightly cracked, but was functional.
This was not from shipping and had to occur at factory assembly. After filling the engine oil and topping off the gas tank, the engine started with 2 pulls. I was impressed. While the engine was running, the new paint on the muffler is a real stinker when sitting upon, but after a few runs back to the river the paint had burned off and the smell went away.
The advertised 6. 5 hp(?) engine has plenty of power for adults, it throttles strong up to max speed. They claim it rolls at 20 mph max, but I’ve not verified that yet. It feels a tad slower verses riding our ATV’s.
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Although the engine was running ruff, it “always” restarted very easily with never no more than 2 pulls. I decided to return/exchange it to Sam’s for another. The lady behind the counter was great and the tire mechanic(s) unloaded/reloaded from my truck bed.
We bought 4 of these when they were on sale for $400 each. They were a challenge to put together (if you put the racks on) but with two people, it was easier. They were packaged pretty well but there are some gouges in the paint.
I figure that will happen soon enough anyway. We had the gas turned off, when we thought it was in the “on” position so it was a rough start. Once we figured that out, they are running well. The chains need tightened right off the bat.
It’s cold winter weather here so we probably won’t put much time on them until spring. We like the retro “all metal” construction. Should be s lot of fun for our family. I gave it a 5 stars because of the value.
I bought this little mini-bike today at my local Sam’s club in Franklin, Tn. There remaining 5 bikes were marked down to only $349. 00. I’ve had my eye on them for awhile now and couldn’t pass on that price.
Assembly was easy and after going to the store for oil I was up and running in an hour. This little bike is very fun for a 50 year old male. It is very quick getting up to speed but top speed is only about 20 MPH.
Love the bike. They sell for $500. 00 plus everywhere else so if you can find for this price grab it.
Kick up dirt clouds and race around the track on the Razor MX350 Dirt Rocket Electric Motocross Bike. This scaled-down model comes equipped with a real electric motor. It is suitable for pre-teens and teens who want to enjoy a revved-up version of the off-road dirt bike experience.
The powerful motor of this electric powered dirt bike carries riders at speeds of up to 14 miles per hour, more than enough for most bumpy dirt trails. It can cruise for up to 10 miles (or 40 minutes) on a single charge.
The riser handlebars of the Razor MX350 Dirt Rocket Electric Motocross Bike deliver a smooth and comfortable ride regardless of the terrain, so the fun isn’t restricted to flat pavement. Additionally, the chain-driven motor is extremely quiet, in marked contrast to gas-powered motocross bikes.
A retractable kickstand keeps it propped up when parked or in storage and pneumatic knobby tires provide maximum power transfer.
In stock form, this is a delicate yard toy. It isn’t a Motorcycle. It isn’t even the quality of an inexpensive box store bicycle. However, with some modifications, it works ok. Bought the mx350 as a birthday present in May, 2019.
The hub stripped after about an hour of use. Hub replaced under warranty then it stripped again with another 15 minutes of lite use. Note that the child rider weighs significantly less than the recommended weight limits.
Dealer no longer supported repair after initial warranty claim. With support from the internet I found a hub fix – weld the hub to eliminate free-wheeling. Once the hub was welded, it never stripped again even with a 100lb rider.
Despite what is stated on the Razor website, I do not recommend riders >100lbs even with a welded hub. The second major problem is the chain always falls off the stock 11 tooth counter sprocket. I replaced the tensioner twice and made several wheel alignment adjustments but the chain continued to derail.
The fix was a 15 tooth counter sprocket from Profthomas on eBay. The sprocket is a perfect fit on the MX350 and, due to its larger size, it corrected the chain derailing problem. An added advantage is this 15 tooth sprocket makes the MX350 much faster on pavement.
Our MX350 was a barely used toy until installing this sprocket. Kids enjoy it now but its almost too fast. Note that there is a big loss of torque so it will be slower in grass.
Best $300 you’ll spend. I got this for my grandson for Christmas 2021. For reference, he is 10 and weighs 80 pounds. I charged it for the 12 hours specified and the next morning he rode it for hours till the battery died.
It goes a moderate speed, around 10-12 mph and is a nice little “dirt bike”. He loved this thing! My other granddaughter also rode it and she is 11 and 115 pounds. It wasn’t even bogged down with the extra weight.
I promise you’ll have a happy kid on this little bugger and you won’t regret buying it.
Watch your little one tear up the sidewalk with this cool battery-powered Best Ride On Cars Honda CRF250R Kids 6 Volt Toy Dirt Bike. Made for riders ages 2 to 5 years old who weigh less than 55 pounds, this mini dirt bike is the perfect size for young kids.
The awesome stylings include authentic details like working horn and engine start sound. The decoration authentically matches the Honda CRF250R dirt bike and is an officially-licensed Honda product. The battery-powered, 6-volt motor travels 1 to 3 miles per hour, making this dirt bike safe and fun for toddlers.
As they ride, your little rider can jam out to music from the built-in music box. Younger riders can join in the fun with the included training wheels. This motorcycle toy encourages development of gross motor skills, especially coordination, for young children.
I work for a Honda Powersports dealership and wanted to get my friends son a CRF50F. He isn’t quite big enough, so I researched some battery operated bikes and tried this one out. He will not stay off of this machine! He absolutely loves it.
It is durable and perfect for a three year old. I normally wouldn’t purchase something “cheaply made” and plastic, but this lil machine proved me wrong and I would recommend it to others.
Wow! Found this little gem, reasonably priced and perfect for our grandson! He’s just two and very tall. Had an early Christmas celebration and he jumped right on it! Easy to operate and steer, and he had such fun! Got the 2-yr warranty because this will be riding!.
The bike itself is good and easy for our two year old to drive; however the battery doesn’t last long at all. We charge it every night and doesn’t last too long and didn’t make it very far down our street.
Razor trade dirt rocket MX350 motocross bike fulfills your need for speed razor products have populated neighborhoods across the U. S. , but they don’t stop where the sidewalk ends – the dirt rocket MX350 is a scaled-down, electric-powered dirt bike that lets younger riders live out their off-road fantasies.
At speeds up to 14 mph, it leaves similar pocket dirt bikes in the dust.
I purchased this bike for my 6 year old before Christmas in 2020. Less than a year old. The bike worked perfectly and he loved it for about 10 months then suddenly it stopped working. It will not charge or turn on.
I contacted Razor who informed me it’s probably a battery issue however the bike only has a 90 day warranty. so I would have to pay out of pocket to replace a battery that is less than one year old. I read some other reviews apparently this is a common issue.
Luckily I had purchased the extended warranty. Be sure to get the extended warranty.
Releasing the throttle allows the bike to stop quickly braking system.
ABS plastic material of the body.
Provide your little go-getter with a fun and physical way to get around with this brightly colored Mini Motos Red Hawk Motorcycle. It is constructed of study and durable materials and features a low profile and wide back wheels for added stability.
This single seat kids’ motorcycle has a functional horn and working LED headlights for added fun. The handles are sized for smaller hands, making it easier to turn and maneuver. It promotes physical activity and encourages the development of coordination and motor skills.
It is officially licensed by Lamborghini and features Red Hawk graphics throughout. This 12V motorcycle is recommended for kids ages 3 and older and has a maximum weight load of 66 lbs.
IšverstiShow in original languageWe bought this for our 3 year old son for Christmas. He is pretty big for his age 42″ tall and is bigger than many 4 or 5 year olds. He fits on this very nicely and it should last him several years.
The product manual for putting it together has diagrams only. Not a problem for me as it took about 15 minutes to put it together. The product details are not quite correct on the Walmart website. They list it for 66 lbs, and per manufacturer product manual it will hold 25 Kg which would equal ~55 lbs (personally I think it will hold much more).
Product manual lists as follows: 25 Kg for children ages 3-8. The motor cycle has 2 6 V batteries hooked in series to equal 12 Volts (Walmart lists as 1 12 V battery). It has 2 speeds (I would guess about 3 and 6 MPH), and forward and reverse (Walmart lists as 3 MPH).
It is not clear that the motorcycle has 2 speeds. There is a power switch on the motor cycle and it does not turn it on and off, however it does switch it between high and low speed. Because of this people may think that it only has 1 speed when in fact it has 2.
We bought this because it was narrow enough for our son to ride in the house during the winter, but big enough to hold his weight. It is a bit noisy for in house use, and leaves black marks on the carpet when he spins the tires when the motorcycle gets stuck (I see carpet cleaner and hard wood floor cleaner in my future).
The horn is a bit annoying and it has another button that plays music which our kids seem to like (slightly more annoying than the horn). The nice thing is that there are separate batteries that power the motorcycle and the music / horn combo, so you could disable the horn and music if desired.
I completed quite a bit of research before I ordered from Walmart on other sites, and the misinformation between sites was confusing. The Walmart price was great and beat anywhere else I looked on line @ ~$160.
Overall I would say good quality good price, and hopefully many years of use as our son loves it.
IšverstiShow in original languageWe bought for my almost 3 yr old for Cmas. He loves it and is great for him. Its a bit big but he can grow with it for another yr or so. It moves pretty quickly. We bought a cost way bike for my 4 yr old and it broke and was much much slower than this.
IšverstiShow in original languageMy children love riding on this toy, when it is working. The battery life is very short. We have two other ride-ons that last much longer. Also, the music/sound that comes from pushing the buttons on the motorcycle is techno/house music in another language.
I do not think it was the music intended for this toy. Walmart offered to let us return it but would not assemble a new one for us. Since the the assembly is time-consuming and a pain, we decided to just keep it.
I bought this for my 2 1/2 years old granddaughter for Christmas. When she seen it she was so excited and it makes the motor bike sound she got even more excited. It’s very easy for her to control specially with it being on training wheels.
I purchased this for my granddaughter who just turned 4. My daughter & I assembled it within an hour and she was out riding it because it had a little charge to it. She’s really enjoying it, can’t wait for the training wheels to come off!.
The Yamaha Moto 12″ BMX Bike may look like a mini professional s bike but it has all the safety features a parent could want. The Yamaha Moto BMX bike features training wheels so your child can remain safe, a steel frame for extra stability, coaster brakes for safety and plastic pedals.
This child s Yamaha moto bike has a realistic design that features rugged details and a smooth ride. With the Yamaha Moto 12″ BMX Bike, your little one can feel like one of the pros while enjoying the great outdoors.
The Yamaha Moto BMX bike does require assembly but the included instructions make it easy and quick.
I was super excited when I ordered this bike for my son. He’s 3 and in his eyes he really has a motorcycle, he even corrects me when I call it a bike. it’s a motorcycle. That alone to me is worth the purchase price.
But back to the product. When I pulled it out of the mediocre factory packaging the first thing I noticed was two discolored spots on the bikes fairings clearly from where something had pressed up against the plastic at where it mounts.
Other than that it was in pretty good shape cosmetically. One thing I didn’t like is there were no reflectors in the factory packaging. The box was stapled from the factory so no one took them out, they weren’t put in at the factory.
Now to the factory assembly which is very sub par. All of the bearings in the bike barely had enough grease to let the wheels, crank, and headset spin. Both of the wheels had so much resistance in then from the factory that I tore down both hubs, the headset, and the bottom bracket re-greased then and reassembled them correctly so that they could spin freely.
This bike is made for small kids who aren’t that strong the amount of resistance in all of the rotating parts I had to correct would severely hinder a child from being able to learn how to ride. I gave the bike a 3 star because it’s a cool bike and you can’t expect to get a top tier bike for 80ish dollars.
Unless your comfortable working on bikes I would HIGHLY suggest bringing the bike to a local bike shop and have the go through the whole bike. You’ll probably spend just as much at the shop to have to bike assembled correctly as you did on the bike but it will function like it should.
The box arrived pretty banged up. All the pieces were there but it looked like maybe it had been returned. Upon assembly my husband noticed there were some small scuff marks and lighter looking spots where the plastic had obviously been bent, and the frame was slightly bent.
Not sure if that was a shipping thing or what but it looked like it had been through something. They didn’t have another in any of our local stores so we couldn’t just go exchange it and it was a bday present for our son.
My husband was able to get the frame straightened out but I wish we would’ve gotten a “new condition” bike or at least ordered it farther in advance so we could’ve ordered another one in time after seeing the shape of the one we initially received.
The Burromax Electric Mini Dirt Bike delivers quality, with lots of features, at a fair price! This electric bike means no gas, no smell, no heat, low maintenance and is easy to operate with almost no noise.
Because the Burromax TT350R was designed to handle larger riders, it is used by kids and adults up to 250 lbs. on flat ground and is great for riders under 145 lbs. for off-roading. These bikes are handy for racers who need a pit bike, campers, events where people need a ride from here to there, a ride for the lake house, around the neighborhood, going fishing, walking the dog and so many other uses!, Electric mini dirt bike offers faster charging, with full charging in 3 to 3.
5 hours and partial charging is OK Up to a 14-mile range with 180 lb. rider and 20 miles plus with 100-lb. riders on flat ground wide open Lithium-ion battery performance is better in many ways than any lead acid battery bike Looks like a scaled down motorcycle down to the details 2 speed modes with hidden switch for 8 or 17 MPH Full suspension with a hydraulic front fork that works Mono shock coil rear shock Variable throttle speed controllers Disc brake Comes with a key for parental control of ride time 350W motor Bikes fit into the trunk of almost any car and weigh in at 55 lbs.
so they are really easy to take with you Model Number: 20028.
This bike has been reliable. I’ve had it for ~2 years and although it doesn’t get ridden as much as I had hoped. This was purchased for 6yo old son who was experiencing idiopathic arthritis to the point that regular bike riding wasn’t becoming an option.
Within weeks of purchasing the bike, he went on treatment that resolved the arthritic inflammation. This in turn put much less riding on the TT350RR. The primary use for it now is for school pickups — that’s me (170lbs) picking up my son (55lbs).
With this weight profile, we’d be lucky to get 4 miles range but it does the job! Terrain dependent, my son can get many more miles of range. Also, this bike is great to have around on camping/road trips.
My only con at this point is the front fork suspension – it is not adjustable, bottoms out (me riding) which causes a constant knocking sound. Great purchase in general.
I’ve had this bike for a year and it’s gotten a lot of riding time. It’s very well built. The only thing I’ve had to do is charge the battery and tighten the chain once. Originally my 7 year old started riding it.
His little brother who’s 4 also got the hang of it. Now the 7 year old is 8 and I bought him a larger gas dirt bike and has handed down the TT350R to his little brother who’s now 5. I highly recommend this bike and I think it’s a really good value.
If you’re looking at bikes, this is the one to get.
I was looking for something to use at the racetrack that is small enough to throw in the bed of the truck and easy to drive. The 2 power settings are amazing. I love that I can slow it down when my kiddo uses it.
Lightweight enough for me to lift & load by myself. Charge lasts a full day at the track with juice to spare and charges quick. I added the fanny pack on the front for keys and extras. Thanks for a great product!.
Have you been looking at Honda’s Grom? It’s okay. Introducing the Hellcat 125cc motorcycle. Modeled off of Honda’s Grom, but with out the Honda price tag! The HellCat is a great option for people looking into learning how to ride Motorcycles.
The HellCat has an electric start with a CDI ignition. Powered by a reliable 125cc engine putting power to a 4 speed manual transmission, front disc breaks, 12 inch wheels and weighing right around 200 pounds.
Making the HellCat the perfect trainer bike. Also your Honda friends will be green with envy when they learn how much you saved on this premium street bike. Have questions before you decide? SPECS: Gasoline Engine Size: 124cc Start Type: Electric start Transmission: 4 speed manual with clutch Drive: Chain drive Cooling: Air Cooled Ignition: CDI Fuel Tank Capacity: 1.
5 Gallons (5. 5 L) Top Speed: 47 mph (80 km/h) Spark Plug Type / Gap: A7RTC / 0. 6-0. 7 mm Battery: 12V 7Ah Front Brakes: Hydraulic Disc (Hand operated) Rear Brakes: Hydraulic Disc (Foot operated) Front Rim: 2.
75 x 12 Alloy rim Front Tires: 120 / 70 – 12 Rear Rim: 3. 5 x 12 Alloy rim Rear Tires: 120 / 70 – 12 Front Suspension: Dual shock absorber Rear Suspension: Single shock absorber Ground Clearance: 4. 3 Inches Seat Height: 30 inches Wheelbase: 49 inches Overall Dimensions: 70 x 30 x 39 inches Carton Dimensions: 64 x 22 x 32 inches Gross Weight: 249 lbs.
For the price the Hellcat 125 is not bad at all. That being said, you can’t just buy it, slap on the handlebars and front wheel and go. The quality of the metals used are nice, but nowhere near Japanese brands.
You can’t just crank on bolts or you will strip things. (Well you can, but you will have issues) Knowing that you bought a clone for 1/4 the price of a real Grom you are getting a decent bike for the money, but you have to put in a little work.
I basically disassembled the entire bike and reassembled it with loctite. (Blue mostly, but red in a few areas). I also changed out the motor mount bolts with Grade 8. 8 Stainless Steel ones and changed out the swing arm bolt and Axles for official Grom parts.
Do not start the bike without changing the oil, and I’d recommend changing the sparkplug to a NGK C7HSA. After doing all of this the bike starts and runs really nicely. I only have 2 days of run time on it, so i do not know how it will hold up, but for the money I’m not mad at it.
The motor seems really smooth, and I’m sure it will get smoother as it breaks in. I’ll be changing the oil again after 200 miles, and then probably change it every 500 after. It takes. 95 quarts so $5 every 500 miles is cheap insurance for engine longevity.
I just got the bike yesterday and I was really excited putting it together, everything looked great, unfortunately after putting some fuel inside the the bike it some how got into the carburetor and wonâ€™t turn over now so thatâ€™s disappointing, everything else looks good just need a new carburetor for the bike now.
The eFTR Mini is the ideal way to introduce youngsters to the joy of motorsports while supervising adults enjoy the peace of mind of managing the bike’s maximum power. This electric mini bike features colors and styling of the title-winning flat track race bikes – including a champion’s No.
1 plate. This bike has a speed switch a supervising adult can adjust between top speeds of 14 mph (high) and 10 mph (low). It also has: a twist grip throttle, durable steel tube frame, speed mode switch, rear brake for confidence-inspiring control, and a long-range battery.
This bike is for riders age 8 and up, and maximum rider weight for this bike is 140 lb. Note: This product is not eligible for Sales Event Promotions.
Took delivery of this almost a month ago but just got to assembling it and letting our twin-8 year old grandkids try it out. Kept it on low speed and it ran well. Disc brakes a good feature and both were able to operate them.
One annoying concern is a light banging noise, or maybe better called a clacking sound when ever they rode over a small bump or rock. Neither is heavy in weight and I am thinking it is a suspension issue.
Possibly a missing shock bushing or lack of adequate fluid or spring tension. Hard to understand why such a heavy-duty frame is designed with a seemingly light-weight suspension. Can’t imagine a 12 year old riding this off road.
Ours was shipped direct from the razor distributor in California to our home in Massachusetts. Will be quite expensive to ship it back to repair or replace.
Not satisfied with this product at all. My 8 yr old daughter really wanted it so she saved up her money to purchase for Christmas. Within the first week we had issues with the front & rear wheel locking.
Contacted Indian they sent replacement parts out. Switched everything out and it did it again with in 24 hours. This is a huge issue, hassle, and waste of time for the customers. Let alone the little one is SUPER bummed due to ALL these issues in such a short period of time.
Bought this for my grandkids to have as they grow – Lover that is it not all plastic and built well. My daughter and daughter in law can also ride said it was very nice. Love that you can adjust the speed for the younger aged children! Battery goes for a very long time! Really having a blast with this unit!!.
Available in a Camp and City model, both built on our industry-leading 15Ah 52V battery platform and custom 750W motor, the Scrambler is the ultimate e-bike adventure vehicle. The CampScrambler is equipped with knobby tires for on and off-road adventuring, while the CityScrambler offers mag wheels and street tires for low maintenance urban explorations.
Getting from here to there has never been more fun or looked so good!.
Really need to give credit where credit is due. For less than $2000 you can buy an electric bike that is made well and really does last. I have just under 1600 miles in 7 months of riding. I also live in Boulder, CO.
It is very very hilly here and i have had no problems with the bike at all. I have taken it up steep canyon roads, off road, through the snow, with passengers and it has exceeded all my expectations.
I even bought a second battery and can now go pretty much anywhere. The bike has preformed like new every single time I ride. To be able to ride that many miles in a short period of time with zero issues is simply amazing.
I was also hit by a car on this bike and it survived just fine. The thing is a tank. It was also a big reason why i bought this bike. I have been riding road bikes exclusively for years as my only mode of transportation.
I found that riding a road bike in a place like Boulder is very dangerous because high speeds are easily obtained and literally no one pays attention. This bike has made me feel so much safer. I also live in a apartment and have to carry my bike up a few stairs(never left outside).
I am in decent shape but the 70lbs bike is really no problem to lift up and carry up the few stairs. It’s been a head turner since ive owned it(sometimes good, sometimes bad) and people who are interested are always asking questions about it.
If you are someone who is on the fence about owning one of these, do it. It is well worth the asking price of these bikes especially considering how expensive some electric bikes get. Do yourself a favor and buy the bigger battery(if available), the alarm juiced sells(thing is awesome), and the off road kit to unlock higher speeds.
I really recommend the off road kit simply because it allows you extra speed to get in front of all the people who will run you over. It’s nice being able to speed up a little when you need to. Thanks for everything Juiced people! I have truly enjoyed every single minute on this bike and look forward to all the use to come, and maybe even a new juiced bike in the future! Stay well guys!!.
We purchased these bikes as Christmas gifts for employees, and last night they all put them together and then rode around town. They had a blast! Everyone loves this bike, the guys riding AND the people in town who were catcalling them as they rode by! So fun to ride in groups! The bike is so fast and so quiet.
Can’t wait to really put it through it’s paces. Most of us want the seat (which is very comfortable) lifted to get more leg extension, even our guys who are 5′ 8″ – 5′ 10″. It’s a slightly different “feel” than riding a regular bike with full leg extension.
If you really want to put some muscle into pedaling it’s a bit harder with your legs “in front” of you rather than “under” you, but then again, there is the throttle to take up the slack. Other than that it’s great! The only suggestion I would make to Juiced is to consider making several sizes of this bike to make it more accessible to taller people without ruining it for shorter people.
Great bike – highly recommend! We also love the portable air pump.
I do like the bike however installing the battery on the bike is definitely not the best design. I try to just leave the battery in the bike. Thats the only way to know how much charge is on the battery.
I took the mirrors off permanently. They would loosen up on a bumpy road. My handlebars have gotten out of alignment. I will need to align them. I purchased this bike mostly because of the larger motor and battery.
I haven’t changed the settings on the bike. I do live in a hilly area and weigh about 200 lbs. The motor does well but I don’t get anywhere near the 70+ miles per charge that is advertised. In comparison to the bike I bought my wife, if we travel the same distance, her battery is down to 8 bars while mine is down to 4 bars.
I was promised a $100 refund and a $75 gift card that I haven’t received yet. These were offered me since the rear basket that came with the bike was out of stock. I think the basket will be shipped in June, perhaps I will receive them when the basket ships.
The ZX is the larger version of our Z1 and features a lighter aircraft-grade aluminum frame and a larger removable battery. The SUPER73 is a high performance electric motorbike that does not require a license, insurance, or registration.
All bikes come with a battery that you can easily charge with any standard 110v outlet. On this model, the battery is removable with a key, making it easy to charge both at home and in-between rides.
I wrote a review already but super 73 didn’t post it – trying again… i need a comfortable bike because I ride a lot and a I have a bad back – the description of the ZX says “it’s one of the most comfortable super 73’s to date”.
That’s what made me order it. It’s not written anywhere in the description or on the super 73 website that this bike doesn’t have shocks. There’s even a head on photo of the front fork that appears to be shocks… I challenge you to find an e-bike out there on the market at this price point that does not have some kind of suspension.
The way this bike is marketed leads you to believe that it has shocks. Then I saw a review on YouTube that explained that this bike actually does not come with shocks, so I called super 73; when I mentioned I wanted shocks on my ZX, or I would order something else, the guy on the phone acted like he didn’t even know what I was talking about because he said the ZX does have shocks… then I watched another YouTube video where a different reviewer also explained that it doesn’t come with shocks, so I called super 73 and explained that I needed suspension – I have never heard back.
I love super 73 – I have an S2 that I ride everyday… but I hate that they are unclear and not transparent. Why not just mention in a disclaimer that this new generation bike actually has zero suspension? Why did the guy on the phone think the bike has shocks? Why didn’t they return my message and explain? And why didn’t they post my last review? I haven’t received the bike yet, but I’m assuming it doesn’t come with suspension – I have never ridden a bike without suspension that I found to be comfortable… certainly not one of the most comfortable super 73s consider my S2 has awesome front shocks, and the R and RX ride like rolls royces… why can’t I get some clarity? I still haven’t even heard from super 73 whether or not there is suspension on the bike I’m about to receive… please just be transparent and communicative.
Seriously. the coolest bike. I see them cruizing around and just the actual design of this bike makes it superior to many other options. I had the opportunity to ride my buddys Super73-RX. and man, the most comfortable seat, tons of power, great suspension, handles about any terrain you can throw at it.
I am such a huge fan. I was looking around for a affordable bike that will be able to offer what this bike has. there is no other option as good as this as far as I am concerned. I am now 100% the bike is worth the price tag, wont be easy to afford for me.
but i will make it happen. this bike is worth it. if you are in the same boat as I am. just bite the bullet, I am going to and I KNOW I will be happy I did, so will you!!! Thanks SUPER73 team.
I’m a longtime ebike owner. My current bike having over 11,000 miles a e v green with absolutely no issues ever. I bought a Super 73 ZX three weeks ago, it has 38 miles on it. I’m giving it three stars so far because it looks like the rear motor already has to be replaced due to hub barings goin out, other than that I like how it rides it’s comfortable with good range and speed.
I’m hoping this is not the start of more problems ahead. My EV Green that is four years old and over 11,0000 miles has had zero problems.
This performance vehicle is a street-legal electric motorbike that does not require a license or registration. The RX also features Super73’s all-new connected electronics suite and is compatible with iOS and Android mobile devices through the new Super73 App.
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I am the owner of the black S2 model. The bike looks cool, but are a few shortcomings. 1. There is not enough torque. It is slow to take off even on a full battery. And if you try riding up a hill, it moves sluggishly slow and sometimes there is barely enough torque to get you up all the way.
2. The range is roughly 37 miles on eco mode and less in sport mode, unlike what is reported on the website. Even if you think this is enough when the battery gets up to 5 miles it doesn’t have enough power to move your weight so it ends up being around 30 to 32 miles on eco.
3. A lot of the smaller parts to manufacture the bike are cheap and take away from the comfort of the bike, like the seat being too hard and the handlebars being too tall for taller riders like myself.
If you are tall 6′ and over, you end up having to arch your back when holding on to the handlebars. On top of the cost of the bike, I had to buy custom parts to replace the seat and get a lower handlebar.
4. There is no battery or extended battery available online to add more range. Other than these issues, 1 the bike looks good and the frame is lightweight, 2 the customer service when they actually answer are always helpful.
3 I also like that I can add a rack to hold things. 4 The online update features are also nice. If Super73 is able to solve these issues I think this company will be one of the most successful E-bike companies in the coming years.
Although this is a critical review I am rooting for this company and I am hoping that it will go public to scale as this will further facilitate solutions to their scaling problems.
I’ve had my S2 now for about two weeks, and it’s an absolute blast. Assembly was pretty easy—it took maybe 30 minutes. It was tough to wait for the battery to finish its initial charge! My first impression of the build quality was excellent.
The whole bike seems especially well-built; great-looking welds everywhere, tidy wiring, high-quality paint. One thing that may detract from this feeling of high quality is the back end of the seat is not anchored to the frame and flexes a little bit.
This makes the seat feel a little cheap but is a very minor nitpick. The app is also surprisingly good. I didn’t have high expectations for it, to be honest, but it is really user-friendly, and the navigation on it works great! How is it to ride? Well, it’s awesome! One thing I can say, though, is that you really don’t want to have to pedal any distance without battery assistance.
I’m just under 6′ tall, and the seating position makes putting the power down tricky when seated. Of course, you can stand, and it’s not bad, but it’s also quite a heavy bike with a single gear, so be forewarned.
I still need to set up the suspension and tweak the brakes, but otherwise, the riding experience is excellent. I’ve used all of the different modes, and all are fun, but I find myself going between 2 or 4 depending on where I am.
You will get a lot of side-eye from people on bike paths thinking you’re riding a motorcycle, so best to keep it in mode 2 when doing that. When nobody’s around, open ‘er up in mode 4, and I hit just about 60 km/h on flat.
Battery life? The range seems excellent. I have put about 70 km on the bike over the past two weeks, just noodling around on my lunch breaks and without concern for conserving battery; it seems like I use about 1% for every kilometre of travel.
I imagine as the battery dwindles below 50%, this might change, but I am fairly confident that I could get more than the 60 km range that the onboard computer estimates. Overall, I’m thrilled with my purchase and absolutely love this bike.
I’ll be definitely stocking up on some spare tire tubes (they are impossible to source locally, and I haven’t found many options online) and will also be adding a 10-speed kit for the days that I want to pedal the bike.
BEWARE! Worked great for a few days until I hit about 6days later at around 130miles, then I started hearing and feeling a “popping” noise coming from the rear wheel. It only got louder and more prevalent over the following rides.
Sent Super73 an email regarding the issue, they concluded that I had a bad motor. They stated that new motors are currently on back order and I would be placed in que to wait for them to become in stock.
At which point I would have to take the rear wheel off, pack it, and ship it to them. Once they install the new motor I would get it back. Mind you, this is my main form of transportation and I can not be without it for as long as it would take to fix the issue.
PROS: I highly recommend the reasonably priced Escape Disc 2 bike for anyone interested in serious fitness, commuting, leisure jaunts, extended touring, and general city cycling while maintaining the ability to go pretty darn fast.
I purchased the large Escape Disc 2 just over a week ago and all parts arrived as advertised. I have ridden it over 100 miles around my city streets since then including a 50-mile official cycing tour through local farmalnds.
(You can find these rides on Strava under patrickometry. ) The hydraulic disc brakes stop on a feather and are very responsive. The bike is lightweight even without carbon components. This is something I noticed each time I carry it down and up the stairs to my apartment before and after each ride.
The 2×8 gear set up allowed me to easily climb rolling hills with some being pretty steep. I replaced the stem with a Giant extender stem so I can more easily sit upright while keeping ahold of the handlebars which I enjoy during my commutes and urban touring.
I’m about to add mudguards and a rear rack. I love the rosewood color and the narrower 38c wheels. I had been on a used medium Giant Cypress with 45c wheels and a 3×7 gear set up since last summer that served me well biking around 2,000 miles on it.
CONS: The standard seat on the Giant Escape 2 is fine for trips 20 miles and under but on the 50-mile tour I recently did I found the seat too stiff and was uncomfortable halfway through the tour. I had grown used to the thickly cushioned large seat on my Giant Cypress.
It even had big springs under the padding. But my Cypress was bought used so I don’t know if it was original to the bike. If you plan on extended trips on the Escape, I suggest switching out the seat.
There are many reasons to consider a cheap motorcycle for beginners. First, motorcycles are less expensive to operate and maintain than cars. They get great gas mileage and can be parked in smaller spaces.
Second, motorcycles are a great way to reduce your carbon footprint. Third, motorcycles can be a great way to reduce stress and improve your mental health. Finally, motorcycles can be a great way to meet new people and make new friends.