Big Toys USA MT-03 36v Pocket Bike
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- Motor: 36 Volt 500 Watt
- Battery: Three 12v (36v total)
- Top Speed: 20 MPH (weight dependent)
- Seat Height: 18in
- Recommended Age: 12+
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The MotoTec 36v Electric Pocket Bike is the ultimate kids ride! Great for driveway and parking lot fun, cruise around cones and speed through trails with ease. Comes standard with front & rear disc brakes and large 11 inch pneumatic street tires. This pocket rocket provides longer ride times than the competition with THREE large 12v batteries, key start and battery meter. Safety first - always wear your helmet and all safety equipment and observe safe riding rules. This is a non-returnable item. Some Assembly is required.
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It looks cool but the quality is really bad. Out of the box the front wheel touched the plastic body preventing the wheel from moving, had to do a lot of adjustments to try and fix it (no returns).
It makes a weird rattle noise when moving as if the chain is touching the body. I'm 150lbs and the bike would very hardly and slowly climb a very small hill with my weight.
The battery stays up for around 10-15 min to move from full battery charge to half battery and maybe another 5-10 min depending on use to be fully discharged. The faster you go the faster the battery would discharge.
If time goes back, i would want to try the razor mx650 or any razor bike trusting that its a well known brand and will probably be better build quality.
I pawned my letter "G" and "H" encyclopedias for some extra spending money. I surfed craigslist for a bike. I had no luck finding something in the ballpark of what I wanted: high-torque, v-twin, low profile body, less than 12,000 miles with brand new tires for around $200. I settled on amazon for the best deal.
The MotoTec 36 Volt Electric Pocket Bike was just what the doctor ordered. I talked to a couple salesmen who make a GOOD living selling gasoline pocket bikes. But I kept coming back to my roots. I wanted something electric. If I was gonna get a motorcycle that I could park under my kitchen sink, I wanted to be able to cruise in complete battery-powered silence. I did a little online research on some 40 volt models, but wasn't sure if I could handle the power. But I wasn't about to even consider the 32 volt model. I still have my pride. And an Xbox one Star Wars edition.
After some deliberation I went with the 36 volt model MotoTec. Let me tell you. If you are on the fence about this, do yourself a favor and just give in to temptation.The plastic kickstand snapped off instantly, but that's really my only complaint. I mean, this baby really purrs. I outran a kid in a powerwheels Dodge Charger a couple weeks back. Let's just say, his electric hemi couldn't hang with 36 volts of raw imported power.
When I put on my paracord bracelet and straddle the undersized frame on this hog, I feel invincible. I upgraded the tires from all weathers to racing slicks. They're still plastic, so they have zero grip. But when I cruise by the dollar store with my mp3 blasting, there's no better feeling in the world.
My dad once told me, "Son, believe in yourself, and believe in the power of motorcycles. You're adopted." I think of that quote every day and he would be proud to see me now. He, too, had a 36 volt hellcat. Tragically, he died when he hit an ordinary pot hole at 8 mph. Me and this bike...it's the melding of man and machine. And I do it for my fake dad who's dead.