The Coolest Kids’ Electric Dirt Bikes This Holiday Season!

Written by News Channel 2 on November 26, 2013. Posted in Electric dirt bikes for kids, Razor e100 charger, Razor scooter parts

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The origin of motorized dirt bikes is open for debate, because motorcycles have been raced on dirt tracks since the 1920s, and, perhaps, even earlier. Thus, it really depends on how you define “dirt bike.” If you’re talking about the first motorcycles designed specifically to be driven on dirt surfaces, then the credit for manufacturing the first motorized dirt bike should probably be given to Triumph motorcycles of England or Honda.

If you are old enough to have been a youth during the late 1960s and 1970s, you may recall the rage that was dirt biking. However, the electric dirt bikes of today have come a long way from those little five horsepower dirt bike kits advertised in 1970s Montgomery Ward catalogs.

Just like their electric scooters, the Razor dirt bike MX350 runs on a rechargeable battery, which is also environmentally-friendly. Therefore, there is none of the odor, pollution, and expense of gasoline. Also, since the presence of the Razor MX350 battery renders the need for a gasoline engine obsolete, there is no need to worry about the fluids and maintenance that is required of small engines. After all, even a small lawnmower engine needs routine maintenance to run properly. Just imagine how much breakdown and maintenance would cut into the playtime of you son or daughter.

In order to charge up the battery of a Razor dirt bike MX350, an adult simply plugs it into a standard wall outlet. Another advantage of being powered by a battery rather than gas engine is the bike’s light weight. This makes it a breeze to transport to different places like a park, the summer home, or grandma’s house.
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Comments (1)

  • Bradley Cohen
    November 27, 2013 at 5:21 pm |

    This brings back great memories. I had a Sears and Roebuck dirt bike though and it was 15 HP! I was like the totally coolest kid in my little village because of this bike. My uncle gave it to me and I still have it at my parents.

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