Every kid’s dream, and an adult’s too, is to own a 70cc dirt bike. What is cool about these bikes is that they are powerful enough to take your child’s riding experience to the next level but they aren’t too fast that they find it difficult, overwhelming or unsafe.
There are loads of decent 70cc dirt bike options to choose from, from mini to mid-size and they range across various speeds to suit the rider’s experience, confidence levels and preferred safety features.
The 70cc gas powered bikes are slightly faster than their 50cc cousins but are definitely slower than the bikes you see on professional circuits and in tournaments.
What we like about the 70cc is that it is somewhere in between the two; it isn’t too boring or slow for younger riders wanting to push themselves that little bit further while still getting the hang of things and it isn’t so fast that they feel as if they have no control when riding.
No matter how old your child is, any parent will worry about the speed of the bike, and that is an absolutely normal concern, and to be honest determining the actual speed of the bike isn’t that easy because it depends on various factors like the engine type, the body type, the size and the shape of the bike, but we do know that on average a 70cc can travel anywhere from 45 miles per hour up to about 50mph.
There are slower models available too, depending on what you and your child feel comfortable with.
What is important if you are looking for a 70cc dirt bike is to pay more attention to how your child feels sitting on it, the quality and the workmanship as these will determine how the bike rides, the performance and the durability; rather than looking at the speed, the specs and even the aesthetics of the bike.
Something else to consider when shopping for a dirt bike is the preferred riding style of the person getting the bike.
Each riding style or type of bike has different gears, different safety feature, no matter how slight, and having the wrong bike could result in an unpleasant ride, panic and possible injury.
A track dirt bike doesn’t need top extreme speeds and they have lower gears; these are good for better acceleration.
Important to keep in mind is they don’t’ have the instrumentation that a trail or dual sport bike needs because you’re not really going to be indicating as you go into a tight corner.
A trail bike on the other hand is good on gravel roads and is pretty quick. They have basic instrumentation and some might have warning lights.
The last type is a dual sport bike; street legal and made for all types of riding, it can maintain good speeds and has all the instrumentation a street bike needs.
If you’re thinking of buying a 70cc dirt bike for you and your child to share give careful thought to the weight capacity rather than the manufacturers’ recommended ages.
Although some dirt bikes are clearly too small for an adult, there are that can handle an adult’s weight even though the bike is recommended for children.
The problem with buying a dirt bike especially for a teen or tween is that they will outgrow it pretty quickly and you’ll be looking for another bike in a few months.
Kids have growth spurts round about 6 years and up, and if you’re upgrading from a 50cc then it goes without saying the 70cc is the best option.
They’re made with the correct speeds in mind and have the safety features a younger rider needs when just starting out or still finding their feet.
So here you go, here’s our top two 70cc dirt bike picks. These are both popular choices and we highly recommend both.
Dirt bike 70cc Semi-Automatic
If you’re purely after speed then you need to skip the Coolster 70cc. It isn’t the fastest bike but definitely makes up for it with its power and acceleration.
The dirt bike has a few notable safety features, which include dual inverted hydraulic front and rear shock suspensions, larger tires and large dis brakes that help with quick stops and smooth slow-downs.
The semi-automatic is an easy kick-start and there’s a handy kill switch conveniently situated on the handlebars.
This will help your child from a confidence perspective, should he or she feel in trouble or panic. The engine is built with Honda technology in mind, for heightened performance and you know you’re getting a good quality product with excellent after care and customer service.
Features and Specs:
70cc air-cooled engine
Additional safety features including kill switch and kick start mechanisms
MM-B80 Youth Mini 70cc Dirt Bike
At first sight you might wonder why the Monster Moto MM-B80 is on this list when it’s technically an 80cc or a 79.5cc if we’re being very specific, but it tops a much lower speed of 23 miles per hour than a lot of 70cc dirt bikes.
It comes in at an excellent price and with its 2 .5 horsepower, oversized tires and a twist and go throttle, it’s a safe-bet and ride for less experienced riders.
With its Mad Max look and feel the MM-B80 is a solid bike with rear disc brakes for added safety and a large almost oversized seat for an extra comfortable ride.
It also has a fully automatic transmission and dent-free fenders for those incidental crashes. As far as 70cc dirt bikes go the Monster B80 is a great option for parents watching their budget or if their child is just getting into the sport. It’s a bike that’s well made and solid, and with all the right safety features.
Weight capacity maximum 150 pounds.
Top speed is around 23 miles p/h
Overhead-Valve (OHV) engine, with handlebars that can adjust and excellent grip tires
Bike has a lot of safety features for peace of mind
It’s a rite of passage for most kids to move up from a tricycle to a bike with training wheels, to a bigger bike and then finally you will hear the words “can I please get a dirt bike / scrambler / pit bike / electric scooter?”
Of all the powered motorcycles available, kids pit bikes are hands down the best to experience, with the hills and jumps, the corners and tires kicking up dirt and mud. It is fun, it is competitive and it is great for team building and spending time outdoors.
From an early age there are some kids who are attracted to the thrill of a dirt bike, from its speed and the noise it makes, to the dirt and time spent on the track.
Some turn into professional racers while others enjoy it from a purely relaxing point of view, but however they do it you need to make sure they have a dirt or pit bike that is safe, solid and reliable.
Keep in mind when you’re choosing a kids pit bikes for your child that all not all of them will have the same experience, level of expertise or ability to pick things up as quickly as another child.
Look for a bike that suits him or her, from the age recommendation through to the weight of the bike, the maximum speed and acceleration.
If you get a bike that’s too big, too fast and too heavy they’re not going to enjoy the experience and if it’s too slow they’re going to get bored very quickly and lose interest.
Given the rate kids grow it is tempting to get a bigger bike, so they can grow into it. That approach might work with a pair of shorts or shoes but not so much with a kids pit bikes.
There are manufacturer’s recommendations in place for a reason and it is best to adhere to them. Try out a few bikes; get one that fits perfectly, from the way their feet touch the ground when they are seated to how they manage to reach the handlebars.
From a legal perspective manufacturers err on the side of caution and will recommend the higher end of the scale; for instance a bike may be made for a child 12 years and up but depending on the height and weight an 8 year old might be able to manage the exact same bike easily.
There are a lot of bikes to choose from, and across various price ranges. Our suggestion is to not buy the first one you see, but rather spend some time doing the necessary research and ask around. Visit a few bike parks and let your speedster try out a few of the makes available.
Razor MX350 Dirt Rocket Electric Motocross Bike
If you’re looking for a pit bike that is perfect for your child then you definitely need to check out the Razor MX350 Dirt Rocket Electric MotoX Bike.
It’s a scaled down version of an adult’s bike and probably one of the best around for kids. Becasue it’s battery powered you don’t need to worry about the costs of filling it up with gas or limiting riding time, instead you just recharge it and they’re good to go again.
If you were wondering about the speed because of it being electric you don’t have to worry; the bike can reach a maximum speed of 12 miles per hour which doesn’t sound like much for an adult but for a kid, well it’s superfast and even better, it’s super quiet, so you won’t have neighbors complaining about the noise.
The recommended age is for 12 years and up but there are 7 and 8 year olds who ride the bike comfortably – this is up to the individual and the parents’ discretion.
With the Razor MX350 your kid is going to be eating dust for breakfast, lunch and supper.
Electric motocross dirt bike
Hand operated brake and knobby tires for extra traction
Monster Moto MM-B80 (Muddy Girl)
Now ‘riding like a girl’ is considered super cool with the Monster Moto MM-B80 Muddy Girl. Changing the way mini bikes are seen Monster Moto has taken a classic bike and turned it on its head, in a good way.
By adding some new features they have a safe kids pit bikes for young riders and are available in various colors combinations.
The models in the range include the American Flag, Classic, Realtree and this, the Muddy Girl. It has a 79.5cc engine that powers the all-terrain mini bike and there is a centrifugal clutch for easy operating.
Suited to younger riders the frame is durable and solid and can withstand crashes and falls, no problem at all.
The disc brake at the back allows quick and safe stopping. There is some assembly required.
If you’re looking for a well-made kids pit bikes that your little speedster is going to love, this is it. It’s well priced too, which is always a good thing.
Super grip tires
Moto Tec 24v Electric Kids Pit Bikes 500w
The Moto Tec electric kids pit bikes is a great brand for kids dirt bikes.
They come with three speeds of 5, 10 and 16 miles per hour and although it’s a little slower than the 50cc dirt bike it has a 24V 500W motor and is fully charged in about four to six hours.
Riding time once charged is around three hours of slower riding and about 45 minutes racing at top speed.
The Moto Tec kids pit bikes has rear and front brakes, suspension and pneumatic tires.
Even though the manufacturers have a recommended age of 13 it is suitable for children around seven years old, the weight capacity is about 150lbs making it a strong and durable bike.
Twist grip variable throttle
Fully charged in 4 to 6 hours
Two 12 V batteries – 24V
Three speeds; 5, 10, 16 miles per hour with a key lock
Manufacturers age recommendation for ages 13 and up
For cycling enthusiasts who spend hours over a weekend riding for miles and miles the idea of a a2b electric bike, with a motor, is probably laughable, if not downright annoying.
The question they ask is if you don’t want to actually pedal a bike why get one with an engine; why not just get a scooter?
This is of course a valid question, but with an A2B electric bike you don’t need a license or worry about taking CB tests, getting insurance and you don’t need to worry about the constant increases in gas.
Hybrid bikes are also great for people starting out on a exercise plan or those with lower fitness levels.
It’s ideal for people (like me) who might want to get outdoors and enjoy the fresh air but might be slightly older, have various injuries from over the years or suffer with respiratory diseases like asthma.
The riding position of the hybrid bike is upright and comfortable and doesn’t put any unnecessary strain on your back and if you use it as a means of transport to get to and from work, you at least arrive looking relatively fresh.
If I lived in an area more conducive to riding I would get one in a heartbeat. The bike, called an A2B because it gets you from point A to point B, is neat and tidy and the design is simple and clean.
The bike is efficient getting around the city and perfect for leisurely weekend rides. If you’re not too worried about maximum range you can leave it in a higher gear during your ride, or if you’re traveling further then you can just cruise at a comfortable speed of around 15 miles per hour or so.
Believe it or not bikes with some kind of pedal power assist have been around for a while bit recently they’ve seen some serious upgrades and added technology that has improved their performance and efficiency.
Also some of the biggest and well-known bicycle manufacturers have jumped on the bandwagon and are building some pretty darn awesome bikes, like Schwinn and Giant.
Cleverly, most A2B electric bikes have pedals and gears like traditional bikes but they are also battery driven which can be used when you need that helping hand up a hill or over a long distance.
The A2B electric bike offers a smart combination of attention to detail and sleek, brilliant ergonomics and relatively powerful engines.
It has a powerful 500W back end motor which means it can take on the steepest hills, and win, or just get you where you need to be fast Its sleek design and clean lines mean you’ll ride with style as well as with comfort and speed.
Even though we haven’t seen a huge amount of them yet, possibly due to the prices which are still a little high, we expect them to be everywhere in the next year or so as traffic congestion and gas increases causes more people to go this route.
After extensive research and trying out a few models, here are our top A2B electric bikes that we would recommend to anyone asking, and get for ourselves in the future.
a2b Electric Bike Kuo Plus – Electric Folding Bike
Usually the one downside with an a2b electric bike is the weight; they’re heavier than a normal bike to just pick up and carry around which might put some people off but the Kuo Plus electric folding bike has been built to be portable, folding down to fit into a carry bag for easy storage.
Considered the lightest model in in the A2B range of bikes, the Kuo + is cleaner and more streamlined with concealed cables, a comfortable seat and good brakes.
Whether you’re riding into work and catching the subway or stopping off at a breakfast spot and want to keep your bike out the way, the Kuo is lightweight, small and supercool to take with you wherever you go.
Assisted speed up to 19mph
Can travel up to 31 miles
Battery recharges in 4 to 6 hours
Pedal assistance or power on demand mechanism
Lithium Ion 7 Speed a2b Electric Bike By Ultra Moto
The A2B electric bike from Ultra Motor is perfect for a shortish commute to work or if you like peaceful rides around the neighborhood on weekends.
It has a 36V battery hidden in its suspension and the 500W electric motor is concealed in the hub at the back of the bike.
This a2b electric bike can get up to about 20 miles per hour and it has a throttle on the right side of the bike, on the handle bars, like a motorbike or scooter.
The upright position when seated gives you a good field of vision, allowing you to see more and it also makes you more visible in traffic plus the Kendra Kraze tires and shock absorption make it a very smooth and comfortable ride.
Power on demand up to 20 miles
Cruising speed of 20 miles per hour
Can upgrade with a second battery pack, adding an extra 20 miles
Can add a carry basket and carrier bags .
Charges in 3 to 4 hours
GreenBike USA Electric Beach Cruiser Bike
The Green Bike USA’s GB2 electric bike provides beach cruising comfort with state of the art performance.
The bike comes with a removable battery and you can get up to about 20 miles per hour, and travel a distance of 50 miles, or so.
The Greenbike comes with all the best features including left and right turn lights, a USB outlet brake light, a very cool electronic horn, suspensions for the seat and puncture proof tires, which is a nice additional safety feature.
9 levels pedal assistance
Puncture proof tires
Puncture proof wheels
Shimano six gears
rear left/right turn signals,brake light electric horn, wide comfortable seat with suspension
The idea of getting your child a toddler electric motorcycle is incredibly daunting and understandably so.
It was just a few months ago they couldn’t stand on their own and now they want to whizz around on two wheels.
The good news is it doesn’t have to be. Not with the choice of bikes available and all the safety features they come with.
It’s common knowledge we live in times where kids’ toys are so much more sophisticated than when we were growing up, and with technology as it is today there’s a much bigger chance of your chid asking for an electric bike, dune buggy, quad bike, scooter or motorbike.
The good news is there are loads to choose from and the prices are affordable if you do your research and know what you are looking for.
When the inevitable happens and your toddler wants, or rather needs, a dirt bike, don’t panic and stress about how you’re going to say no.
Chances are you’re just as excited at the prospect and most parents want their children to be happy, within reason. So where do you start and what are the important factors to take into account?
The best advice is to not go bigger, better, faster when you are choosing a toddler electric motorcycle.
This is one time they don’t have to be ahead of the pack; go with what is good for them and think smaller engine size and smaller size of bike.
Make sure the bike you choose fits your child; this will help him or her manage the bike better and allow them to learn and gain confidence as they go.
Make sure when they’re sitting on the seat their feet can reach the ground securely and comfortably and they must be able to reach the handle bars easily.
Everyone knows that children develop differently and where one might be ready to upgrade to a larger bike with a manual clutch for example, another won’t want to.
Don’t push them to advance quicker than they’re ready to otherwise you’ll put them off the sport.
No matter where you’re buying the toddler electric motorcycle from, let them test ride a few before making a final decision.
A lot of the time a manufacturer’s recommended age might not apply to your child, so rather look at the weight capacity and compare your child’s size to that of the bike you’re interested in getting.
Dirt bikes for toddlers can carry additional features that aren’t necessary and they push the price up; the simpler a bike is to use, the less features it will have, and believe us, that’s’ not a bad thing. There’s less to go wrong or break.
If you can try and stick to a well-known brand, simply because you know there’ll be warranties in place, and they’ll be better made than some of the cheaper knock-offs.
Kuberg Trial E Electric Offroad Trial Bike, 21-Inch
The Kuberg Trial E is an excellent choice for a younger rider, looking for some speed and brilliant control.
The toddler electric motorcycle is made in Europe and has been put together by dedicated dirt bike riders and enthusiasts, which means it’s a well-made smaller scale version of the real thing.
It weighs 72 lbs, making it manageable for your little adrenaline junkie but don’t be fooled by its size.
The Trial E is a monster of a machine, getting a top speed of 17 miles per hour with instant acceleration and can go for about 2 hours depending on how fast they ride overall.
The super quiet engine means it won’t bug you or the neighbors. With safety always being an issue, the speed and acceleration power can be limited according to your child’s level of riding.
There is an electronic controller that gives the throttle added sensitivity and the responsive brakes and suspension give the bike a controlled ride.
With it being a toddler electric motorcycle there’s no major maintenance and upkeep necessary and because there’s no exhaust pipe, spark plugs or kick start the bike is environmentally friendly.
Your kid will love being able to tackle all sorts of terrain on the Trial E and because it’s quiet it can also be ridden in areas often off limits to the noisy gas guzzlers.
3,000W rechargeable electric trial bike
Speed of 17 miles per hour, and 2 hours of riding time
72-lbs; powder coated steel frame
Parents can control the torque and speed
Manufactured in Europe
Razor Jr. Mini Mod Electric Scooter
Finally an electric bike just for toddlers. No longer standing on the sidewalk watching their big brothers and sisters scooting around on their ‘big kid’ bikes, your little one can safely cruise on their very own Razor Jr. Mini Mod Electric Scooter.
With its solid design and balanced build the toddler electric motorcycle helps little ones develop coordination and balance while they’re having fun.
Razor has been Razor Jr. Mini Mod ride-ons and scooters are a great way to help children with various developmental stages, encouraging riding skills, balance and coordination, The range of electric bikes and scooters from Razor have received several awards and it’s easy to see why.
Very cool vintage style scooter for toddlers
Vibrant and eye catching colors
Teach little riders balance and coordination
Encourages interaction and exercise
The scooter has side footrests and foot pedal
Safe speeds of 2 mph
For ages 3 and older ; weight capacity of 44 pounds
INJUSA 6V Wind Toddler Electric Motorcycle
The 6V Wind Motorbike is an awesome electric ride-on for little ones. The design is based on a real motorbike and will have your adrenaline junkie feeling like a real daredevil, as he or she cruises the sidewalk.
The modern design with its sharp lines has a hand grip accelerator and an electric brake, and it has removable training wheels as confidence levels and balancing skills improve.
When electric dirt bike for adults first arrived on the scene people called them fads and said they wouldn’t be around very long; the novelty would wear off and they would disappear.
What happened instead is that technology stepped in and made these bikes more poplar than ever.
Over time a whole lot of e-dirt bike manufacturers have come onto the scene, and of the most credible, and popular, is Razor.
The bikes they have come up with are a huge hit with both kids and adults and there aren’t too many top lists that don’t include one of these bikes.
Another two manufacturers who are building electric dirt bike for adults for people who are serious about riding are Alta Motors and Zero motorcycles.
However even with new players on the scene it still isn’t easy to find an electric dirt bike especially for adults at reasonable prices, simply because a lot of adults might still want the ‘traditional’ dirt bike that runs on fuel and not battery power.
But we foresee this changing with a huge increase in e-dirt bikes becoming available. We suggest you watch this space.
Alta Motors, as mentioned, has been producing some incredible electric motocross and dirt bikes over the last few years.
These aren’t the best ‘green’ options; they’re meant to be the fastest, most badass motocross and supermoto bikes on the market.
And then there is Zero Motorcycles who have recently released their electric bikes.
Impressively their new motor has 130% more power and about 150% more torque and they seem to have gotten the range to around 150 miles.
In their mission to become one of the top brands they have managed to reduce the charging time of their bikes as well.
Amongst all the electric dirt bike for adults there are differences in their performance and features and even across the same brands there are differences in the models.
Electric dirt bikes aren’t only good for the environment, they’re also low maintenance which means more time spent riding instead of washing and changing fuel, spark plugs etc.
Razor MX650 Rocket Electric Dirt Bike For Adults
The Razor MX650 Rocket Electric Motocross bike is called the ‘King of the Hill’ and for good reason.
It packs 650W of pure power with a 36V battery pack and a weight capacity of 220lbs, it isn’t a bike for kids; it is meant for riders 16 years and older.
The MX650 Dirt Rocket delivers excellent performance and has an authentic DB frame shape and super cross styling.
The high torque motor along with the knobby oversized tires, its dual suspension and maximum speed of 17 miles per hour makes this bike a popular choice with older kids and adults.
The 36V battery packs a serious punch and the throttle on the handlebars makes the twisting and handling of the bike simpler and more effective.
Like most dirt bikes the MX650 has front and rear brakes, which means it can stop quickly and safely, and the pneumatic tires together with dual and double crown fork suspension give it the nickname ‘king of the hill’.
The bike also rides easy on bumpy terrain.
What appeals to most adult riders is that the electric dirt bike has a top speed of 22 miles per hour and some added features and specs that other e-dirt bikes lack.
Electric moto x bike with 650-watt electric motor
Maximum speed up to 17 mph
Dual suspension for comfortable ride
Knobby tires; quiet variable-speed and chain-driven motor
Suitable for ages 16 and older with weight capacity of 220 pounds
Kuberg Freerider Electric Dirt Bike For Adults
This is a personal favorite for us, not only from the design and styling but also the performance and workmanship.
The Kuberg Freerider has a double cradle steel tube frame and a 48V motor that can generate 8kW, giving the bike speeds up to 35 miles per hour, and that is pretty impressive no matter how you look at it.
The electric dirt bike for adults is powered by battery that can ride for an hour at full speed with a rider weighing in at 165lbs.
Recharging at regular intervals sees the bike fully charged within two and a half hours from a generator or 110V and 220V outlet.
There is also a quick charger available as an additional accessory. The manufacturers of the Freerider have put hardened 203mm brake discs on the front and back and this reduces the heat normal discs generate, ensuring longer disc life.
The bike’s suspension is a Manitou Dorado Expert FF (front fork) with 180mm of travel and a DNM Burner RB-RCP shock at the back that gives the bike, and rider, plenty of support across all kinds of terrain and jump sizes.
The bike’s seat height is 34.5”and the wheelbase is 48.5”which puts the bike out of reach of young riders or adults that are slightly shorter.
Even with all these features the Kuberg is an affordable option and a popular choice. A real advantage to an electric dirk bike is the noise levels, or lack thereof, which means neighbors won’t get annoyed and you’d be able to take it places traditional bikes aren’t allowed because of noise pollution.
8,000-watt electric dirt bike for adults
Reaches a top speed of 34 mile per hour, with excellent torque and an hour’s riding time
A rugged 79lbs. Supports weight up to 220 lbs
Responsive hydraulic disc brakes
Notable long travel suspension
Manufactured in Europe with state of the art technology and excellent quality
Lastly, here’s a dirt bike that is not battery powered but has extremely low fuel consumption, it won’t cost you any more than an electric dirt bike to maintain this product.
Apollo Precision Tools Dirt Bike
The Apollo Precision 125cc Dirt Bike is made for adults, comfortably accommodating females with a height of 5’8 and six foot men.
Speed wise the bike gets to 56 miles per hour, give or take a few depending on your weight and size.
The Apollo has 8.2 horsepower and a manual clutch, which means it takes some skill and experience and is definitely not for kids just learning to ride.
Forget its tiny stature, the electric pocket bike is big in performance and the craze is catching on in the States and around the world.
Already popular in Asia and Europe, miniature versions of speed bikes might be smaller than their full scale counterparts on the market but don’t be fooled; these pocket bikes have all the features to make them super-fast and they pack one heck of a punch, at a fraction of the cost, making them a popular choice for adults to buy for their little ones.
Pocket bike racing is one of the fastest growing motor sports in the country but it’s not only these little pocket rockets taking the bike scene by storm; super pocket bikes, electric scooters and quad bikes and even mountain bikes are growing with more and more people using them for recreation, sports and effective modes of transport.
What is a pocket bike you ask? Well, quite simply they are designed as per their bigger counterparts, from the design and style through to the features, just on a smaller scale.
Sometimes referred to as mini motorbikes, their size and power put them in a class of their own but still very much in line with racing bikes.
Going beyond their looks, electric pocket bikes are built for racing and they can reach speeds of up to 32 miles per hour, with some going as fast as 50 miles.
If you are thinking about getting one of these little beasts you will need to know what to look for from standard specs and features to performance and any limitations.
A lot of pocket bikes have a 47cc two stoke or 40cc four stroke engine; they’re lightweight, durable and built for performance.
Most come with front and back disc brakes and are made for super-fast acceleration. What some people make the mistake of is thinking because they’re pocket sized they’re suitable for smaller kids and even toddlers, but with possible speeds of 50 miles p/h they’re definitely not for beginners or little ones that can’t control what is essentially a machine built for speed.
Electric pocket bikes are a huge amount of fun but it’s important to remember children should only ride with an adult supervising and with all the necessary safety gear.
As cute as they are, they’re pretty powerful and serious injuries can be incurred if they’re not treated with the respect they deserve.
MotoTec 36v ElecticPocket Bike
The MotoTec 36v electric pocket bike is the best ride around, for kids and some adults too! Perfect for driveways and bike parks, cruising around cones and speeding along sidewalks, with safety in mind at all times, the bike has front and back brakes and 11” street tires.
It comes with a tube steel frame for added stability and extra durability, this pocket bike for kids reaches a maximum speed of 20 miles per hour and has enough power to transport a rider weighing around 150lbs.
It has longer ride times thanks to the three 12V batteries which means more fun. It has a key start and a meter indicating battery life.
It has a 36v 500W motor
Three 12v batteries
An impressive top speed of 20 miles p/h
Manufacturer’s recommended age is for kids 12 years and older
Razor Pocket Rocket Bike Electric Pocket Bike
With its high torque motor and race inspired suspension the Razor Pocket Rocket electric pocket bike is an electric version of the real racing bike.
With speeds up to 15 miles p/h and 30 minutes ride time the Razor Pocket Rocket is as much fun as it looks.
The aerodynamic design and cool paint job gives anyone the street cred’ they’re after. Even though it’s small it can carry riders weighing as much as 170lbs.
In order to be safe at all times we suggest wearing the recommended gear including the full face helmet for all round protection.
Speeds up to 15 miles per hour
Scaled down version of a street bike
Weight capacity up to 170 lbs
10″ pneumatic tires give the electric pocket bike a smooth ride
Quiet operation thanks to the single speed chain driven motor
Twist grip throttle and high torque motor
Razor Pocket Mod Miniature Euro Electric Scooter
The Pocket Mod is the perfect mode of transport for young girls with a sense of fun and adventure. It has vintage inspired styling is straight off the cobbled streets of Europe and can comfortable cruise at 15 miles per hour.
The Pocket Mod electric scooter has been featured in Newsweek, Time and Teen Vogue and most critics rave about the bike’s style, cool colors and the additional features including the practical storage compartment under the seat for those essential incidentals.
Whether you’re riding around the neighbourhood or running a quick errand to the store the high performance pocket electric scooter with a chain driven electric motor has low noise levels and 12” tires with a well thought out rear suspension for longer more comfortable rides.
Other standard features that come with the electric pocket bike include variable speed acceleration, a comfortable padded seat a built in battery and a retractable kick-stand.
There’s not much that the guys at Razor haven’t thought of to make this a fun and safe ride for young girls.
High performing electric motor
Travel 10 miles on one charge
Travels up to 15 miles p/h
Smaller version of vintage Europe scooter design
Maximum power transfer due to chain-driven, single speed motor
Convenient storage compartment
Recommended for ages 12+
150-pound weight capacity
It goes without saying that with all these bikes the buyer and rider need to adhere to the rules of the road as well as knowing and obeying local, state and federal regulations.
Riders should wear the necessary safety gear at all times in order to get the most out of the bike and to be safe at all times. As much as these are toys they are fast and have an element of risk.
We don’t get it but for some reason folding electric bike haven’t been as popular as they should be given their convenience.
In fact the area where we stay we have maybe seen four or five, that’s it. Personally we don’t understand this because we would buy one in a heartbeat.
They are however picking up in popularity with more and more people opting for them and it could be because as technology advances they get lighter and more convenient; and as gas prices increase and parking spaces become more limited, people are appreciating the value of a bike that folds up and stores away easily.
When comparing them to ordinary bikes, folding electric bikes put less strain on your joints, especially your knees, when you’re taking on long distances.
They are also perfect for someone who wants to get out the house and do some exercise but doesn’t have the fitness levels or the stamina for it to be a fun experience, and there are some who love the idea of riding, but don’t like the idea of actually having to pedal.
Also if you are a commuter who rides to point A, then jumps on a subway or bus, to get off at a stop and then ride a little further to point B the foldable ebike is the perfect solution.
A folding electric bike is what happens when you combine the best of two of the most clever developments in biking; electric power and a bike that folds up.
This in our opinion is the ultimate in bikes and the way of the future because it does exactly what you expect it to, and it offers a level of convenience that normal bikes just can’t.
You are considering getting one so what do you need to look for? Besides the obvious specs and features it is also important to check the bike’s balance.
As simple as it sounds some bikes have been designed in such a way that the motor is in an odd place and can cause problems with balance.
Ideally you want a motor that is closer to the bike’s center of gravity as this gives the bike better balance. You also want to make sure there is someone close by who can, if necessary, do a few quick repairs.
It goes without saying we are huge fans already and our Christmas list will include one of these babies. If you’re in the market for one we have included our top 3 below, looking at their features, the pros and cons.
There are quite a lot to choose from nowadays and what you go with will depend on your budget, your commuting needs and how often you plan to use it.
If you are commuting every day for long distances you’ll need to take into consideration the battery life whereas if you’re using it for a ride around the block on a weekend this won’t be the most important factor.
Prodeco V5 Phantom X2 8 Speed Folding Electric Bike
The Prodeco V5 Phantom is a powerful folding electric bike with high-end torque. The 500W motor is connected in the back wheel and the direct driven alternator can drive it a maximum of 750W.
The bike is made from aircraft grade alloy and the tires with their 26” circumference navigates pavements in fast mode. It can, if it needs to, travel on muddy tracks.
500W direct drive motor for excellent strength
Has X7 twist 8-speed shifter and a X7 8-speed mid derailleur
The suspension fork reduces shock
The folding electric bike has electronic throttle problems
There is some stuttering and strange surges after rainstorms
There are a few power problems; the sensor wires enter the hub motor through hollow axle
Rain gets through motor housing causing problems
Greenbike USA Electric Motor Power Bicycle Lithium Battery Folding Bike
If you’re after the finest innovation you’ve got it with the Greenbike folding electric bike. Created for comfort the bike is easy to use and has full suspension.
Although this is a norm on traditional bikes it’s not common on folding ones. Technically a hybrid, the frame is solid and durable aluminium and folds away conveniently.
The Greenbike also has Samsung cell LiFePO4 lithium ion batteries, which can run at 13 ah, which is pretty powerful.
When assisted by the pedals it reaches a range of 4o miles, 50 miles with every charge and with the twist throttle you’ll get 15 miles without any pedalling.
Battery is fast-charging, long-lasting. Reaches a distance of 50 miles for every charge
For a far-distance ride, there isn’t a bike more comfortable because of its suspension
Very well built
Features like the LCD display and USB output add to the riding experience
Rear Shock isn’t necessary
For a folding electric bike it’s quite heavy. Has features that make it heavier than other bikes
Enzo eBikes Electric Folding Aluminum Bicycle with Lithium-Ion Battery
If you’re looking for a lightweight bike that can fold away but is still durable then the Enzo eBike is exactly what you need.
It folds compactly enough to fit easily into the trunk of a car and the removable battery fits inside the frame giving you more room for extra accessories.
As a commuting bike or one that you spend riding on weekends you have full control using its throttle control or pedal, and one feature we particularly like is the aluminium frame that comes with a corrosion protective treatment and it’s all attached with titanium screws.
Everyone loves the Italian style wheels and it’s definitely something that sets the folding electric bike apart from others.
There is a LED seat post, which acts as a reflector
Very lightweight; made from a rust resistant aluminum
The folding electric bike has a power brake, and a power cut-off braking system
The bottom bracket on the bike is high and not ideal
Oddly the seat is uncomfortable due to its longer post
Loose items cause clicking even though everything is tight
How many times have you said, or maybe heard another ardent mountain biker proclaim “I will NEVER, EVER, NEVER EVER get an electric mountain bike! What’s the point of an E-MTB? If you’re serious about the sport you wouldn’t sell out like that!”
The truth is an electric mountain bike doesn’t take anything away from mountain biking as we know it, nor is it for ‘lazy’ people or ‘people who ‘don’t know what they’re doing.’
What would you say to a mountain bike that lets you squeeze in twice as much riding in the same amount of time after work?
Or a bike that turns the usually dull single track ride during your lunchtime into the best part of your day?
Would you be keen to hear about a bike that lets you ride regardless of your injuries sustained over the years, age or fitness levels?
And if there was a bike that let you, someone new to riding, just not as fast as the rest of the pack, or who battles with respiratory problems, keep up with everyone else, would you think about buying it?
Yes? Yes! Yes. Hell Yes! I thought so. For the purists who want nothing to do with an electric mountain bike I strongly suggest you give it a try.
They’ve come such a long way and have so many incredible features; there’s almost a feeding frenzy around the styling of the new eBikes.
The design is on point, the e-bits well-hidden and brilliant graphics are incorporated; they’re sporty, rugged and dare I even say sexy?
I’ve put a list of the electric mountain bikes that have caught my eye over the last year or two. Some have been given a test ride and others have come recommended by friends or bike specialists.
For the purpose of the review I’m not necessarily focusing on any specific thing, not budget, specs or components, but rather this is an attempting to give you an idea of what all is out there – believe me they’re very cool, and guaranteed, if you don’t buy one after reading this, you’ll at least be more open to the idea.
The 3 Best Electric Mountain Bikes for You to Consider
Addmotor® XIMA 2016 Electric Mountain Bike
Tell me again you think electric mountain bikes are uncool and better kept aside for rickety old women shopping on cobbled roads! If any bike is going to change your mind it’ll be the Addmotor® XIMA 2016 electric mountain bike.
It’s a powerful eBike, and can be used across all terrains and in all conditions including; roads, mountains and trails, racing, around the city, and the beach.
Already fitted with Shimano 7-speed gears this baby laughs in the face of anything even slightly challenging.
This electric mountain bike is equipped with 48V 1000W motor and a LCD display that shows you speed, distance and battery life.
Able to accelerate faster than some cars it’s definitely worth looking at the Addmotor® XIMA 2016 Electric Bicycle.
500W; 21 miles per hour speed
Concealed battery inside frame, with easy to charge system
LCD display to indicate speed, distance and battery life
26 by 2.35” tires
lithium ion batteries
Total weight 60 lbs
X-Treme Scooters Men’s Lithium Electric Mountain Bike
If you are thinking about getting an eBike but don’t necessarily feel feel ready to take the plunge or feel committed enough to the idea then the X-treme Trail Maker eBike is perfect for you; it’s reliable, inexpensive and pretty simple to ride around on.
Even with a reasonable price tag it’s made with lightweight lithium battery technology and can get up to speeds of about 20 miles p/h and can travel up to around 25 miles per charge.
It also has traditional mountain bike components, which means you can go ‘old-fashioned’ and actually use the pedals like a normal bike.
There are three ways to get around with the Trail Maker: using just the pedals, using the motor and pedals and using only the motor.
The lightweight lithium LiMn04 Ion batteries have a seven to ten year life span, which is incredible and the seven-speed Shimano Tourney Gears Shifter System, the aluminium alloy frame, adjustable seat and hydraulic front fork lets you take this bike on all sorts of terrains.
The bike also comes with a battery indicator, a headlight, tool kit, string rear and front brakes and a cargo rack. As far as value for money goes, you’d be amiss thinking you’ll find a better bike any time soon.
20 miles per hour maximum speed; 20 mile range
Removable eBike battery – Lithium Ion 24 volt 8 ah LiFePo4
Back and front rear mechanical disc brakes
Cargo rack at back
Front fork suspension
Jetson Electric Mountain Bike with Hidden Battery
Say hello to the most powerful Jetson electric bike ever made, the Jetson electric mountain eBike or “The Jetson E-Mountain”.
The Jetson is 100% green, which means you don’t need gas to get around and you’re not contributing to the already high levels of pollution.
Definitely the most powerful bike released by Jetson to date, it’s tough and built to last. Whether you’re taking on the elements or the terrain, the Jetson eBike will take you cross country, over the hills, into the trenches and straight onto the beach, no sweat, no fuss.
If you haven’t come out and told friends and family that you’re actually a closet eBike rider don’t stress.
The high-grade batteries are concealed inside the frame, so you won’t get ‘outed’ until you’re ready. Super easy to charge, plug in at an ordinary wall unit or you can remove the batteries and charge that way.
Port system makes it easy to charge
Hidden Battery Inside Bike Frame – Easy Charge Port System
50W motor; 20 miles per hour speed with a 40 mile range
LCD display to show distance, speed and battery life