Razor SX350 Dirt Rocket McGrath Electric Minibike
- Easy to assemble, so you’ll be able to get it up and running in no time.
- This is a great value for younger riders, with low maximum speeds and sturdy construction for maximum safety.
- It has a short run time, up to 30 minutes on a full charge.
Specifications: Razor SX350 Dirt Rocket McGrath Electric Minibike
|Class in the US||
24V (two 12V) sealed lead-acid
The Razor SX350 Dirt Rocket McGrath Electric Motocross bike is a child-size version of Jeremy McGrath’s bike, and for those that don’t know, McGrath is one of the most popular and the all-time winningest supercross rider in history, so it has to be amazing! Made in the United States and Canada, this replica features authentic graphics and MX-frame geometry, all for just $289.99. It is a great bike for the mini supercross fan in your life or just for someone ready to dip their toes in the electric bike world.
A great benefit to this bike is that the Razor SX350 Dirt Rocket is easy to assemble, though it does take 12 hours to charge the first time, then the charge time reduces to up to eight hours. It can run for 30 minutes of continuous use of up to 14 mph and 7 miles. The lower speed is a great pro for those who want an electric bike, but don’t want it to go too fast. It is recommended for ages 13 and up and can support riders up to 140 pounds comfortably.
It has spoked wheels with 12 in pneumatic, knobby tires, which are bigger than competitor bikes. That makes these sturdier for off-road riding, helping the bike take on any terrain with ease. The bike features a 24v, lead-acid battery and a 250W, single-speed motor. One of the downsides of this bike is that it doesn’t feature a parental lock, so you can’t control the speed like other bikes. The steel-framed bike features a hand-operated rear brake and a 126 pin, 63 link chain.
The specs of this bike are sized down, but based on one of the best bikes in history, so it has to be an amazing bike, even without the trusted brand name of Razor behind it.