Anyone have an electric Dirt Bike for the kiddos. 1600w electric dirt bike

Anyone have an electric Dirt Bike for the kiddos.

Of course I buy a used Razor on Monday, and the Mototec we’ve been waiting on for 2 months comes back in stock on Wednesday.

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Of course I buy a used Razor on Monday, and the Mototec we’ve been waiting on for 2 months comes back in stock on Wednesday.

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Buy it! Buy them all! It is only money and nobody ever bragged about how much money thay had when they died. lol

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2hrs later they’re down to 2 left in stock. Good grief, can’t even get home to discuss it with the finance committee!

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2hrs later they’re down to 2 left in stock. Good grief, can’t even get home to discuss it with the finance committee!

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Spent an hour messing with the dirtbike last night. 10yr old is at grandmas 2-states away and doesn’t know we have it yet, so that let me get some time alone with it to fix a few things.

Initial ride was SCARY. ZERO brakes. Previous owner had them adjust all the way out, or in the case of the front, completely disconnected. Front brakes were so loose they didn’t work at all. It kept cutting out at random times. Couldn’t figure it out at first, but realized the rear brake handle has a safety switch in it so you can’t apply power and brakes at the same time. With no rear brake connected the lever was flopping around and killing power without warning. SO, put it on charge and went in for dinner.

  • Tightened/adjusted both brakes. I’m gonna need to get a new rear caliper. Return spring on this one is shot, so it drags a little, and doesn’t pull the level fully back. Front brakes are in great shape, once adjusted it’ll damn near do a stoppie with my 225lb butt aboard.
  • Lubed and adjusted chain. It was loud and squeaky and rattly on the first ride. Some Tri-Flow (it’s all I had, I’ll have to get some better stuff) and a light tension adjustment helped tremendously.
  • Light washing to remove the last of the graphics on one side. Guess you’re not supposed to use whatever the previous owner did to wash it. Decals were peeling in spots when I got it. Went ahead and removed them to match on both sides, and at least be a consistent color/pattern.
  • Adjusted the handle bar position and level position so it actually works. I’ll have to readjust for the 10yr old, but it’s super easy.
  • Need to source a new front fork. This one has a damaged bushing or something and has a wobble when transitioning on/off the brakes. Left side needs something. It rattles as well, but I’ve read online they all do that, so I’m not super worried.
  • Need to true the front wheel. It’s got a slight wobble to it from side to side. I’m sure I can adjust the spokes a little and get it trued up. I’ve done it in the past on other dirtbikes I’ve had, just didn’t have the time to address it last night.

Also, wouldn’t let the wife take a picture of me on it. I look like a circus monkey I’m sure

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If you have time before you see your grandson, it’s easy to upgrade the Razors to a bigger motor. There are lots of videos on YouTube.

For Christmas 2019 we got my youngest, 10 years old at the time, a used Razor and he and I spent January upgrading it together. We upgraded it to 48v and 1800 watt motor. I’m 185lb and easily cruise at 20 MPH by GPS speed app, he’s probably doing 30 MPH.

This was before Covid so I’m sure are higher now, the upgrade was around 300. Bought the motor and controller off ebay for 120, 4 new lead-acid batteries for 110, and charger/switches etc for another 50. If you do the upgrade, look into a lithium battery pack, it’s more expensive but so much lighter. The 4 lead-acid batteries weigh a ton, almost as much as the rest of the bike.

Your grandson will have a blast, it’s so some much fun for young and old alike.

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If you have time before you see your grandson, it’s easy to upgrade the Razors to a bigger motor. There are lots of videos on YouTube.

For Christmas 2019 we got my youngest, 10 years old at the time, a used Razor and he and I spent January upgrading it together. We upgraded it to 48v and 1800 watt motor. I’m 185lb and easily cruise at 20 MPH by GPS speed app, he’s probably doing 30 MPH.

This was before Covid so I’m sure are higher now, the upgrade was around 300. Bought the motor and controller off ebay for 120, 4 new lead-acid batteries for 110, and charger/switches etc for another 50. If you do the upgrade, look into a lithium battery pack, it’s more expensive but so much lighter. The 4 lead-acid batteries weigh a ton, almost as much as the rest of the bike.

Your grandson will have a blast, it’s so some much fun for young and old alike.

Yea, if he likes this one and wears it out, we’ll look at upgrades. I’m not sure how much use he’ll get from it at this point, so we went used to gage interest.

I’ve seen some kits for ~450 or so that include the motor, new chain, controller, and all the plugs to make it work. Doesn’t include batteries, so might look into Lithium when the time comes.

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Well, he’s doing his best to wear this one out. Been going through 3-4 charges a day on it so far. I can see LiPo battery, motor, and controller upgrade coming this winter. Assuming he doesn’t wear this stuff out before then.

Size turned out to be about right. He’s got this season and maybe next on this frame size. Then we’ll need to either lift it a little, or find the next size up bike.

They’ve started doing laps between the houses and around the block and into the field. His MX500 is a good bit faster than his buddies Indian FTR500. Same motor and battery, so best I can tell it’s rider weight (he’s about 40lbs lighter than his buddy), and back tire diameter (MX500 is a shade taller overall). Either way, they’re having a helluva time so far. Curious how long until the new wears off of it.

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Another update a week later. Shew buddy it’s been a rough one for him. He turns 10 today, so maybe it’s up from here.

He finally crashed it a few days ago. Tumbled off when the wheel got caught between the grass and the sidewalk. Luckily it was somewhat low speed and he just banged up a knee with some rash and bruised his hand a bit. Ego was hurt more than the bike. He was able to get it up and ride it home. Came in the house wailing like a banshee though. He’s fine now, and back on the thing.

Got, LITERALLY, pulled over by the Sheriff on Sunday night. Lights and everything. Someone called complaining of A bunch of kids riding dirtbikes over in the field. There are two of them, both on electric bikes, mostly riding through the field, between the houses, up the street, and around again. THey’ve developed a loop now and are racing each other. Anywho, Sheriff stopped him about 3 houses down, and I happened to be in the garage and walked out to check on him. Sheriff was super cool about it once he found out it was electric. Said, the person complaining was from the second street, and didn’t say anything about the noise, just though those kids shouldn’t be doing that. We all had a chat, and again, the sheriff was super cool about it all. Gave the boys some tips on how to remain visible to cars if he was on the road, quized him on which side of the road to be on and things like that, and generally made sure he wasn’t acting like a dummy (he wasn’t). Said have a nice night and drove off. I suspect he’ll be by to check on us every so often, but doubt he’ll stop to talk to us again unless the 10yr old does something wrong. Super glad I didn’t go gas powered at this point. Took a shade over a week to get called on. I knew it was coming.

Finally, it broke last night. Lost a bolt that holds the shock to the swingarm. Just rattled out and went away. About dumped him in the grass, but he recovered, got stopped and walked it home from there. No big deal, I’ll grab one from the bolt bin at work, and he’ll be back up and running tonight. I’ll throw the new rear caliper on it while I’ve got it on the bench. I HAVE to find some new front forks though. His are insanely clacky and a little wobbly. Been watching marketplace and craigslist for a spare bike to use as parts. All the forks I can find are sold out online

Electric Dirt Bikes

Off-roading is an exhilarating adventure that attracts adrenaline junkies from all over the world. The roar of the engine, the smell of gasoline, and the dirt flying all around are all part of the experience. However, as the world moves towards sustainable energy, traditional gas-powered dirt bikes are becoming less and less popular. That’s where electric dirt bikes come in.

Electric dirt bikes offer all the thrill and excitement of traditional dirt bikes, but without the negative impact on the environment. They are powered by electric motors instead of gasoline engines, which means they produce zero emissions. They are also much quieter than traditional dirt bikes, which means they are perfect for riding in areas where noise pollution is a concern.

Here are some common questions and use cases for electric dirt bikes:

How fast do electric dirt bikes go?

Electric dirt bikes can go just as fast as traditional dirt bikes. Some models can reach speeds of up to 60 mph. However, the top speed will depend on the specific model you choose. The speed and acceleration of electric dirt bikes are impressive, thanks to their electric motor, which provides instant torque.

How long do the batteries last?

The battery life of an electric dirt bike will vary depending on the model and how it is used. Some models can run for up to 2 hours on a single charge, while others can run for up to 4 hours. The battery life of electric dirt bikes has significantly improved over the years, thanks to advancements in battery technology.

One particular dirt bike called the Delfast Top 3.0 (pictured below) was voted Fastest Electric Bike in 2021 reaching 62mph and even more impressive is the range traveled on a single charge. The Delfast electric dirt bike actually has the Guinness World Record of a staggering 228 miles traveled on a single charge.

How long does it take to charge the batteries?

The charging time will vary depending on the specific model and the charger being used. Some models can be fully charged in as little as 2 hours, while others may take up to 8 hours. However, the charging time is becoming less of a concern as fast-charging technology becomes more widely available.

Are electric dirt bikes as powerful as traditional dirt bikes?

Electric dirt bikes can be just as powerful as traditional dirt bikes, and in some cases, even more so. The torque of an electric motor is often higher than that of a gasoline engine, which means electric dirt bikes can accelerate faster and climb steeper hills. Additionally, electric dirt bikes are generally lighter than traditional dirt bikes, which makes them easier to maneuver and control.

What are some use cases for electric dirt bikes?

Electric dirt bikes are perfect for a variety of use cases. Here are some examples:

Off-road racing: Electric dirt bikes are becoming more and more popular in off-road racing. They offer the same level of performance as traditional dirt bikes, but with zero emissions and less noise pollution.

Trail riding: Electric dirt bikes are great for trail riding. They are quieter than traditional dirt bikes, which means they are less likely to disturb wildlife and other hikers or bikers on the trail. Additionally, their electric motor provides instant torque, which makes them great for navigating through difficult terrain.

Freestyle riding: Electric dirt bikes are also great for freestyle riding. They are lighter than traditional dirt bikes, which makes them easier to maneuver in the air. Additionally, their quiet operation means they can be used in more urban environments, such as skateparks and other public areas.

One of the coolest looking electric dirt bikes ever to be built has to be the ONYX RCR. It oozes vintage racer motorbike and is highly customizable. ONYX are hand built in California and by far the most head-turning dirt bike to hit the trails or streets. Just take a look below to see what I mean.

What are some benefits of electric dirt bikes?

There are several benefits to choosing an electric dirt bike over a traditional dirt bike:

Zero emissions: Electric dirt bikes produce zero emissions, which means they are better for the environment than traditional dirt bikes. They do not emit any pollutants into the air or soil, which can have a negative impact on the environment and local ecosystems.

Less noise pollution: Electric dirt bikes are much quieter than traditional dirt bikes, which means they are less likely to disturb people and wildlife in the surrounding area. This can be particularly beneficial in urban areas or natural habitats where noise pollution can be a concern.

Lower maintenance costs: Electric dirt bikes have fewer moving parts than traditional dirt bikes, which means they require less maintenance. They do not require oil changes or air filter replacements, and there are fewer parts that can wear out or break. This can save riders money on maintenance costs over time.

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No need for gasoline: Electric dirt bikes do not require gasoline, which means you don’t have to worry about filling up before a ride. Instead, you can simply charge the battery before you head out. This can also save riders money on fuel costs over time.

Quieter operation: As mentioned earlier, electric dirt bikes are much quieter than traditional dirt bikes. This can make them more appealing to riders who want to enjoy off-roading without the noise pollution that comes with traditional dirt bikes. Additionally, quieter operation can make them more appealing for use in urban environments, where noise pollution can be a concern.

In conclusion, electric dirt bikes are the future of off-roading. They offer all the thrill and excitement of traditional dirt bikes, but with the added benefit of being better for the environment. They are perfect for a variety of use cases, from off-road racing to trail riding to freestyle riding. If you’re looking for a more sustainable way to enjoy the thrill of off-roading, an electric dirt bike may be the perfect option for you. With their impressive speed, power, and quiet operation, they’re sure to provide a thrilling and environmentally friendly adventure.

Electric dirt bikes can also be used for work. Think on farm carrying feed from one end of the farm to the other. They can be a real game changer and replace load gas powered quads or even mules for hauling loads. One such electric dirt bike comes to mind. The UBCO 2X2 WRK was designed to be used as a strong, high traction, heavy haul carrying companion. Ranch hands used the UBCO dual motor, dual battery to make light work of hard tasks.

Take a look at this UBCO 2X2 WRK and you’ll get the idea:

Some Additional Questions People Have Asked Us About Electric Dirt Bikes

Are electric dirt bikes more expensive than traditional dirt bikes?

Electric dirt bikes can be more expensive than traditional dirt bikes, but it depends on the specific model. Some electric dirt bikes are priced similarly to their traditional counterparts, while others can be more expensive due to the cost of the battery and electric motor.

Can electric dirt bikes handle the same terrain as traditional dirt bikes?

Yes, electric dirt bikes can handle the same terrain as traditional dirt bikes. They are designed for off-road use and are capable of navigating through a variety of terrain, including mud, rocks, and steep hills.

How do you maintain an electric dirt bike?

Electric dirt bikes require less maintenance than traditional dirt bikes, but they still need some basic upkeep. You should regularly check the battery, clean the bike, and keep the tires inflated. It’s also important to store the bike properly when not in use, and to keep it protected from extreme temperatures and weather conditions.

How long do the batteries last before needing to be replaced?

The lifespan of an electric dirt bike battery will vary depending on the specific model and how it is used. Most batteries will last for several years with regular use and proper maintenance. When it is time to replace the battery, it can be expensive, but it is still cheaper than replacing a gasoline engine in a traditional dirt bike.

Can electric dirt bikes be used in competitions?

Yes, electric dirt bikes are becoming more and more popular in off-road competitions. Some off-road racing series have even introduced electric classes for competitors. Electric dirt bikes offer the same level of performance as traditional dirt bikes, but with the added benefit of zero emissions and less noise pollution.

Can you ride an electric dirt bike in the rain?

Yes, you can ride an electric dirt bike in the rain, but you should take some precautions to protect the battery and electrical components. Make sure the bike is properly sealed and avoid riding through deep water or puddles that could damage the electrical components.

Are there any downsides to electric dirt bikes?

One potential downside to electric dirt bikes is their limited range. They are powered by batteries, which means they can only go a certain distance before needing to be recharged. This can limit the amount of time you can spend off-roading before needing to stop and recharge the bike. Additionally, some riders may miss the sound and feel of a gasoline engine that traditional dirt bikes provide.

Overall, electric dirt bikes are a great alternative to traditional dirt bikes, offering many benefits such as zero emissions, less noise pollution, and lower maintenance costs. With their impressive performance and versatility, they are becoming an increasingly popular choice for off-road enthusiasts.

MotoTec 48V Pro Electric Dirt Bike 1600W

The Mototec Pro Electric Dirt Bike comes with a 48-volt, 1600-Watt powerful motor. Its speed ranges from 5 to 25 MPH. Its efficient for driveway, backyard or dirt track racing.

It also has a built-in throttle response knob ranging from 0.2 seconds to 1 second. The knob allows you to adjust the throttle response according to your convenience.

In-built Battery meter

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The built-in battery meter lets you know on how long you have until the battery runs out. This way you can make sure that you are always fully charged before you jump on the bike and have fun.

Long Battery Life

The Mototec Pro is included with a 48 Volt 13Ah Li-Ion battery. The Lithium battery is substantially lighter, offers more performance and most importantly a longer ride time. In optimum conditions, up to 9 miles per charge. It takes 4 hours to get charged fully.

Comfortable Rides

The Mototec Pro Dirt Bike is equipped with 3 suspensions. 2 hydraulic front shocks and 1 rear shock. These hydraulic shocks make the ride comfortable and absorb the all the shock keeping you safe from any sort of discomfort.

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  • 1 x User’s Manual
  • 1 x AC Adaptor
  • 1 x Screw bag
  • 1 x Mudguard

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