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Top 5 Razor Electric Dirt Bike 2016

 

1.Razor MX350 Dirt Rocket Electric Dirt Bikes

MX350 Razor Electric Dirt BikeIf you are looking for an safe and fun way your 8 year old child to play around your suburban neighborhoods, then look no more, the MX350 is the perfect choice. The MX350 Razor electric dirt bike is a high performance dirt bike designed with a goal of having the same frame geometry of the traditional dirt bike. The bike is driven with a 350 watt motor on a 12" pneumatic knobby tires in order to provide efficient power transfer. It also employs dual suspension and is able to go 12mph for 30minutes of continuous use.

This bike is capable of going off road while being super quite due to its chain driven motor. The acceleration is controlled by using the Twist-Grip function that is located on adjustable riser handle bars. The bike it self is powered by two 12V sealed lead acid battery making a total of 24V. The battery charger will be included in the package where some assembly will be required.

Other Useful features of the MX350 Razor electric Dirt bike is the folding foot pegs and the retractable kickstand for easier foot rest and parking of the bike.

Our Experience

We had this bike for a while now and we have to say for this price, we are impressed. First of all the packaging, the bike comes 80% assembled and it only took us about 30 minutes to assemble the rest. Most of all this Razor electric dirt bike will be able to support bigger riders as well, however don't expect the same performance compared to a lighter rider. We charged the battery from empty and it took us around 5 hours for it to be fully charged. We got around 50 minutes of continuous fun before the battery died out. If you want to buy your kid a dirt bike without burning $800 from your wallet. This is the best choice.

 

2.Razor RSF650 Street Bike

Razor RSF650

Compared to the previous MX350, the RSF650 street bike is powered by a much higher 650 watt high torque electric motor. This bike is also chain driven that is built on a steel trellis frame c

Razor RSF650 electric dirt bike

hassis. The RSF650 can accelerate up to a speed of 17mph and can remain used for 50 minutes before the battery dies out. Helping the bike roll will be a 12" ten spoke street tires and mag wheels with

rear suspension for comfortable ride off-road or on asphalt. This monster is powered by three 12V lead acid batteries making a total of 36V.

Other neat features include a low profile windscreen, adjustable handlebars, soft rubber grips, retractable kickstand and a hidden compartment for your storage needs.

The RSF650 is recommended for ages 16 or older and will be able to support a rider of up to 220 pounds.

Our Experience

For the short time that we tested this bike, we were truly amazed by its performance. The rear suspension feels a little springy having a travel of around 8 inches, however when operated at full speed, the shock is performing gracefully. With a 170lbs rider on top, it can take a while for the bike to get up to speed and it reached around 13 miles before the battery died. The smooth and quite operation of any Razor electric dirt bike is miles better than a gas engine powered bike.

 3.Razor MX650 Rocket Electric Motocross Bike

MX650 Electric Dirt Bike

Like its twin sister RSF650, the MX650 is also driven by a powerful 650 watt electric motor that is capable of  going 17mph easily. The design of the MX650 is inspired by Supercross, employing a steel construction with an authentic traditional dirt bike frame geometry. Compared to the RSF650, the MX650 is more tailored towards those that loves riding in the dirt.

This Razor electric dirt bike is equipped with dual suspension rolling on a pneumatic knobby tires, the front sizing at 16 inch and the rear at 14 inch. the acceleration control is a Twist-Grip type that can provide variable speed. Similar to its twin, the MX650 also features a 36V battery comprising of three 12V sealed lead acid batteries connected together. The charge time on this bad boy will be around 12 hours, almost double the time of the MX350.

Other features found in most dirt bikes are also found here such as a folding foot pegs, retractable kickstand and adjustable handlebars.

Our Experience

This bike is designed for a more older riders ages 16 and older and a maximum weight limit of 220 lbs. However like any other Razor electric dirt bike, the heavier the rider the slower the acceleration.

Our kids tried this bike out and they have not let go since! Once the package arrive we had to install the handlebars and the front tire after that you're good to go. The first time we tried it we were surprised at how quite this thing rides. The fastest we got it to go was 22mph and under our clumsy hands the bike got dumped numerous times and nothing is broken.yet. The disc brake worked beautifully. However riding the MX650 on the street will accelerate the tire wear since this bike is mainly designed to be ridden off-road.

4. SX500 McGrath Dirt Rocket Razor Electric Dirt Bike

Razor SX500One of the most unique Razor electric dirt bike we tried out is the Razor SX500 McGrath. The design is inspired by one of the top motocross champion in history, Jeremy McGrath! The bike is covered with McGrath decals and is built on a traditional genuine dirt bike frame geometry to relive Jeremy's big bike, offering you a taste of what it is like to be a champion. Powered by a 500 watt high torque electric motor, this bike can go to a maximum speed of 15mph up to 40 minutes of use. The front and rear pneumatic tires are 16" and 14" respectively held by dual suspension that will make your off-road ride more comfortable.

5. MX400 Dirt Rocket Razor Electric Dirt Bike

Razor-MX400-Dirt-Rocket-Electric-Motocross-Bike-0-0If you are looking for more of a starter Razor electric dirt bike, then look no more, the MX400 is perfect for you. It will provide enough power for you to have fun but not too much that it will intimidate beginners. The MX400 as the name suggests, is powered by a 400watt electric motor that will push you to 14mph. This much smaller Razor electric dirt bike has a lower supported weight of 140lbs, perfect for kids ages 8 and older. The bike is chain driven and operates super quite so your next door neighbor wont be pissed.

The 400watt motor is capable of going off road on 12" knobby pneumatic tires for an efficient performance. However be warned that this smaller bike does not have any suspension. The battery life is expected to be around 50 minutes of continuous ride, the bike will come with a charger. There is minimal assembly when the package arrived with a step by step instructions provided in the manual, it only took us around 20 minutes to fully assemble. 

Our Experience

However this bike is a little too small for an adult to ride on. Because the seat height is around 2ft from the ground which wont allow taller children to put their foot on the pedals. Even though the manufacturer states that it is for kids ages 13 and up, we think it is more appropriate for children ages 9 due to their height.

In addition to that, another complain we have is since the bike does not have any suspensions, the ride is very rigid and can be a pain if prolonged use on rougher terrains. Furthermore the throttle is not variable speed, instead it is a twist version of a light switch producing jerky movement of the bike.

If you are looking for a Christmas/birthday gift for you 8 year old son then this bike is the prefect choice.

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Coleman Mini Bike CT200U Review

Alright guys, it’s time for the long awaited review of the CT200U Coleman Mini Bike that will surely make you classical loving mini bike fellows throwing your wallets at the screen. The CT200U Coleman mini bike is a reasonably priced off-road/on-road mini bike that will bring nostalgia to grown-ups and provide kids with an adrenaline rush that will leave them wanting more! It is a bike that can be enjoyed by everyone of all ages. Its classical appearance and the unique sound that it produces will no doubt turn heads around when you or your family ride this beast along the street of your neighborhood. You and your family will be having tons of fun riding this bad boy.

 

The whole bike is small enough to go through places where other machines, such as ATVs, won’t fit. It is also light enough for you to lift, to go over obstacles and to put on the trunk of your pick up. Trust me I have taken this bike to places that I probably shouldn’t have. Bringing along this bike camping with you is perfect, it allows you to go explore the place and to bring back firewood.

OutDoor

 

Unboxing:

The CT200U Coleman mini bike is an amazing mini bike for going on trails and off-roading. It can accommodate both adults and junior riders. When I got this bad boy home, first thing I realized was how well it was packaged. You have to do some work before it is rideable though, but don’t worry, these are really easy to do and they provide an amazing easy-to-follow, comprehensive guide inside. The package even comes with the tools you need! Below is a video for a pre-ride inspection

 

Looks:

Once the package was fully opened and the bike was fully assembled, it’s hard not to realize how Coleman made the right decision to employ the classical look on this mini bike. It just looks astounding and unique. I feel like I was in a 80s movie riding this bike. The classical look along with the compact 196cc OVH 1 cylinder engine placed right below the seat and the two racks that is assembled on both ends of the bike is just the perfect mixture. I think Coleman really did a great job on optimizing the look, features and performance of the bike by applying the positive traits from previous bikes and modifying it for improvement. This particular Coleman Mini bike comes in two colours, Red and Camo.

Coleman Mini Bike

CT200U Coleman Mini Bike Technical Specifications:

 

Coleman mini Bike table

Engine

The first thing I did was starting the engine, and it’s hard to believe how easy it is to start the engine. First thing you need to do is put the fuel valve to the on position. If the engine is cold, put the choke lever into the on position as well. Afterwards, put the On/Off switch located on the handlebar to the on position. Pull the cord to start the engine. Wait for a few minutes until the engine is warm up and place the choke lever back to the off position. Then you ride or die. The CT200U Coleman mini bike has an amazing running engine that will generate a marvellous thundering jingle that will cause heads to turn as you pass by. The engine itself is a 196cc 6.5hp 4 stroke OVH engine that runs on 1 cylinder. It has a bore and stroke of 68 mm and 154.1mm respectively. The engine will provide you plenty of power that allows you to burn through the mountains and biking trails with minimal difficulty. The bike is able to tackle many terrains including mountains and hills and the deserts. We tried mini bike in Lake Roosevelt on the upper ridge of Four Peaks then back to ground again. We climbed up and down around an elevation of 4000 feet. Throughout this, the bike is able to maintain around 15-20mph while it is going uphill without it killing the engine. All this while having a 300lbs+ adult on top.

Speed:

I tried to measure the top speed of this mini bike with an accurate speedometer that I have calibrated with my car prior to using it. I found that the top speed of the bike is around 24.6mph or 49kmh. Take into account that I have removed the Throttle control to increase the acceleration and the top speed. This takes us to another great feature that this mini bike have; the throttle control. The throttle control will allow you to increase or decrease the speed by adjusting it with the throttling screw. Lowering the top speed for your children to increase safety is one way to utilize this feature.

Suspension:

The CT200U Coleman mini bike does not come with any suspension. The bike relies heavily on the wide huge tires to soak up all the shocks from the road. It is vital to keep the air pressure at a recommended levels so it wouldn’t take as much of a beating. Don’t treat this bike as a motocross bike, use this bike how it is meant to be used and you will be very satisfied. Like I previously mentioned, Coleman gave this mini bike a weight limit of 200lb but the bike can take up a 300lb+ adult with ease and still keeping up with 100lb kids.

 

Wheels:

The 42”wide and 19”x7”-8” low pressure wheels equipped on this mini bike will provide a smooth ride over pavements and a comfortable ride when riding it on off-road or on trails. The wheels comes with large treads that will provide a big surface area for grip and it is thick enough for the wheels to be used for a long time. You will definitely will make use of the amazing grip the wheels provide when riding through difficult terrains. The front and rear tires have the same dimensions which allows you to interchange between the front and rear. The size of the wheels provides an easier control of the bike however it makes them a little harder to maneuver.

CT200U Wheels

Mini Bike Frame and Structure:

The Durable Cargo Rack placed in the front and rear of the bike is a great addition. It provides you a space for you to place your belongings as well as elevates the look of the bike, functional and beautiful. The sturdy metal frame will be able to withstand any rough situations that you put the bike through and will be long lasting. One issue I have the bike is that it lacks lights, both front and rear. But it is easy to accessorize the minibike with bicycle accessories. The seat is large but is not large enough for one adult person. It is kind of thing though and might hurt an adults' behind.

Fuel:

As far as fuel consumption, I do not have the data to give specifics, but I will describe from experience. I fill the fuel tank around 75% when I was at the bottom of the hill 11 miles from my base camp. When I arrived there, the fuel tank was still 1/3 full. From that I can estimate maybe the bike will go for about 30 miles for a fuel tank. Note that we did ride it uphill and will take up much more power. Bring a couple gallons of fuel to enjoy trail riding. One issue I had with the bike is the fuel cap, it is not properly sealed. When I fill the tank up to the brim and ride on bumpy roads some of the fuel will splash out. It will also happen when you try to lean the bike when the fuel level is touching the cap.

In case your bike is damage or you want to upgrade your bike for improving your riding experience, parts and services are readily available in monsterscooterparts.com Coleman Mini bike CT200U parts.

Conclusion:

Overall, I think that the CT200U Coleman Mini Bike is the perfect bike and a good investment for families that likes to go out camping and do outdoors activities. If you are a beginner or a veteran to the world of mini bikes, this Coleman mini bike is an exciting choice that will provide you with endless fun and thrill during your outdoors adventure. STOP THINKING AND GET YOUR SELF A COLEMAN MINI BIKE!

 

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RevolutionMX TTR Mini Dirt Bike Review

Okay kiddies, The RevolutionMX TTR Mini dirt bike has eventually arrived!!!!
Where do I begin with this particular thing? I believe it is safe to say almost everyone on here knows about the dream to bring pit bike riders a high end mini, and to say the least, they have done it, and done it nicely. Mine was unquestionably worth the delay, and eventually arrived after several problems using a specific cargo company!
To say I’m impressed with this particular matter, would be a vast understatement. So here we go.

RevolutionMX TTR Mini Dirt Bike First Impression:

Unwrapping the carton, I was impressed with the packaging. The Revolution MX TTR Mini dirt bike was fixed nicely, and does not take long to ”unwrap’ ‘feels like Xmas all over again.
Going over the Revolution MX, I’m more than impressed with it, and surprised it has turned out better than anticipated. They have managed to bring us a very well designed mini bike, for almost a steal. At first glimpse over the mini dirt bike you will find fine touches like a fuel tap that’s mounted to the tank, which also has a reserve by the way. On the fly adjustable clutch, adequate quality handles, alloy fast-turn accelerator, braided steel brake lines, some really bright blue anodizing, enormous brakes and the list goes on and on.

RevolutionMX TTR box

155z gen II Engine:

The 155z is provided, curiously, with a 155z Gen II engine, operating with twin oil coolers. It features the upgraded 6-plate clutch, and some fine glossy brushed-alloy look engine cases. The induction is through OKO26mm flat side which is probably the new black for carburettors. It has a fixed benchmark in both of the carburettor standards for pit bikes and performance upgrade one.
The engine setup in the framework is quite tidy, and features some solid mounts, with rather chunky diameter bolts as opposed to that which we are used to seeing. I drained the current oil and pour a new Castrol 4T oil before I did anything else. Once it was refuelled I got rode it for a few rounds. Those who has experience in OKO carburettors know that it takes a while for the fuel flowing through these carbs, but once it is in there it starts up easily.

RevolutionMX TTR engine
I figured starting the 155z was quite easy, but then I’ve a little expertise booting over four strokes. Given the capacity and compression of the motor, new owners might want to examine the “decomp kick” starting method, but I’d no problems, and never have experienced any kickback.
Once warmed up, the 155z engine settled into a joyful idle, and catches revs REALLY fast with a flick of the accelerator. The combination of the large bore exhaust, the ORK and the OKO creates a magnificent sound. One thing owners are going to see, especially people that have possessed other pit bikes, the Revolution MX is LOUD, and you may hear it coming from miles away. The exhaust features a 32mm header pipe that connects to a 38mm mid pipe and finally going out through a 41mm through the muffler. It breathes well, and sounds amazing.
The gearbox shifts quite easily and for the clutch performance of the new 6 plate clutch is smooth and gradual, as well as a fresh one -plate clutch is simple and progressive. The weight of pull provided by the Onthefly fast adjust lever setup is relatively light, without any grabbiness in the action. Feeding the clutch on from standing start creates a smooth take off, so the brand new clutch is a victor.

The Twin Oil Coolers seem fantastic, are definitely a welcome add-on, and are comparatively well shielded behind the radiator shrouds. The upsurge in cooling capacity will likely be welcomed, and provide a longer life for all those people who’ll make use of the bike for racing, and to the engine, or need an extended life out of it, the oil cooling capacities will be an edge. The additional volume of oil running temperature of the engine, and will also assist in the longevity.

The Framework:

The Framework used for the Revolution MX mini dirt bike is a double-downtube, double cradle with removable sub frame. The double-downtube is of tubular cross-braced assembly, and is matched to an extremely strong box-section double cradle. The back frame is also constructed with a tubular assembly that extends approximately 95% all the way to the rear guard. So for those who are frequently caught by the 155z motor will be happy to hear that there will be more frame protection at the back end of Revolution MX. The subframe finishes at the same level of the muffler end cap, so when you flip the bike, the damage to it would be reduced to a minimum. Additionally, it makes for really simple picking up of the bike. Being a real light bike, with a solid subframe, you will value the ease of picking it up.RevolutionMX TTR frame

 

The frame welding looks to be of good quality and the mounting pegs are a huge step forward for bigger riders, pegs bending and sagging is a thing of the past. The pegs themselves are quite chunky, broad, and grippy.

Ancillary mounts for things such as the seat, muffler, plastics, tank etc., seem to possess exactly the same quality of the remainder of the bike, and I can’t see a lot of these mounts being broken in the foreseeable future.

Triple clamps are 5-groove adjustable items for reach, that will satisfy a big variety (and size!!!) of riders, and are a solid form alloy set up, rather than the billet slab triples we’re becoming used to seeing.
The alloy box-section swingarm appears to be nicely built, has some quite clean welds, precise chain adjustments increments (at long last!!) and a fairly substantial cross section, especially across the shock and linkage mount.

Suspension:

The TTR-type 155z has some quality appointments back and front. The NDM fork and shock grace the bounciness of the Revolution MX, the gold anodised outer tubes of the M-200 forks and the UD-DHL back shock featuring a 300lb spring will make sure that your mini dirt bike is staying put on the ground. Rebound and compression adjustments are offered at both ends, giving an excellent array of alteration. Sitting on the Revolution MX, the suspension will take the weight of the rider and will sag like a bike should, you get off, and it springs back up again.

RevolutionMX TTR suspension
I weigh around 80kg today, and the suspension “feels” fine for my weight riding it across the yard. Right from the box the back sags nicely, as do the forks. Playing around with the bike around my driveway I find that the shocks are a bit on the stiff side, so a little clicker tuning should be performed. However the shock do tracks nicely though and it does not kick like a pit bike with a rigid mount. The DNM back in the TTR tracks straight and accurate. Whilst this isn’t entirely indicative of the functionality, it is a great start when a bike holds a straight line on a square edged bump
my only gripe with the suspension, is the accessibility of the adjusters on the shock, which is nearly nonexistent. In order to adjust the rebound you will require a socket and a flat head tip as for adjusting the compression you will see the riders most likely cutting holes to give access in the left cover in order to give way for a straight screw driver position to the adjuster knob.
I am going to nevertheless, supply a far greater review of suspension operation after I have ridden the Revolution MX on something apart from sidewalk and steps.

Ergonomics:

The Revolution MX TTR-type bikes coming out these days are providing an entirely new feel to pit bikes. They’re larger, without being ”overly” large. Wheelbases are becoming more longer, but the height of the bikes stay at the ”monster” or Bigfoot size, yet keeping the 14/12” wheel setup. The TTR YZF divine plastics and bodywork are a lot more comfortable than most other pit bikes on the marketplace, and sitting on the Revolution MX has a really “Japanese mini” feel to it. Handlebars, levers, pegs and seat all fits perfectly and for riders my height (5′ 11 “) taller and, you may be quite comfortable on this particular mini dirt bike.

RevolutionMX TTR ergo
The seat/tank junction is too flat and extremely long for a mini dirt bike, also it is super easy to move round the bike. Both the seated and standing place have been well quantified, and both postures are comfy to be in. The space across the pegs is narrow, and aids in making the bike feel really chuckable.
The genuine styling of the bike, whilst not wholly new, thanks to bikes like the Ciniworx CZX, PitsterPro LXR, has an amazing look. Or not, in the event you are a dyed in the wool Homo, sorry, Honda riders. Since the Revolution MX ttr is based on the shuriken YZF plastics, it allows the owner to use a massive selection of graphic kits. Having possessed Yamaha’s for 25 years “monster”, I have some fairly huge strategies in enhancing what’s already a fantastic looking bike, and I really like the appearance of the bike. As the bikes become more common, we’ll see a greater selection of plastics colours, that will additionally give owners a larger selection in images used. Knowing it is a Chinese bike, the seat cover is also well designed, the top cover is a bit grippy but the sides are very grippy. This will allow the rider to hold the bike hard by using the knees without having your behind being in pain which is common in most gripper sears.

Other Parts:

I can’t review the motorcycle without mentioning some of the other goodies on the mini dirt bike. The bike is equipped with a quarter turn throttle coated with a pretty titanium colour which will offer a smooth action with only a slight pull. Renthal-design half waffle grips are a good feel, and are a bit ”tackier” than the typical pit bike, without being snot-on-a-blanket tacky like DeathGrips.
Without going over the top, blue anodised alloy is featured through the entire motorcycle. Hubs, axle blocks, lever perches and fuel cover accessorise the motorcycle nicely and goes nicely with the colour scheme of the mini dirt bike.
The brakes are made of round rotors with a big diameter and has a variety of cross ventilation with a twin piston at the front and a single piston at the back. First braking evaluations reveal the brakes to be legendary. Endos are a bit of piss with a couple of fingers, as well as the rear pulls me up really fast, with a great amount of sense to the over the top lever.

RevolutionMX TTR brakes
The muffler is a big ellipse-type, all the way through, with a CNC end cover, all in silver.
Blue anodised bearing- the colour scheme is rounded off by linkages.
Braided steel lines will help in braking power, and whilst the front brake lever is a non-bendy kind, it does offer reach adjustment, and certainly will suit various hand sizes.

The other excellent selling point, is the spares kit. Tied in with the mini dirt bike, was a carton featuring the muffler plug, an extremely all-inclusive jetting kit, front and back tubes, and a spare oil filter. Once the providers are sorted, the spares kit may also contain a reserve chain and air filter… Brava to Russ, for this kit, really smart, quite easy.

Summary:

This motorcycle has astounded me. I may be somewhat biased, given I was pretty nicely included in it is concept, but it’s turned out a hell of a lot better than I anticipated, and I have been privy to all the facts of the mini dirt bike right from the beginning, so I understood what to expect. Having the mini dirt bike in my shed, and going over every detail of it, Russ has actually introduced us to a brand-new age in Mini Dirt Bike riding.
A bike that provides legendary performance, for an extremely affordable cost is here, to join the likes of the Ciniworx CZX175.
Like every new version of anything, outright operation, and long-term dependability remains to be viewed, but I am assured that my first ride tomorrow, will surprise me as much as the authentic quality and construct of the bike has. For the princely sum of $2k, any prospective buyer can’t go wrong, this thing’s amazing.

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