Razor MX350 Dirt Rocket Electric Motocross Bike Review
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When it comes to electric bikes and scooters, Razor are a great brand, and the MX350 is certainly up there with their best products. What we have here is very tough little bike that’s comfortable and fun to ride, and actually goes quite fast for an electric bike, especially if the child is quite light. The bike is easy to assemble straight out of the box, which means that if you buy this bike as a present for your kid, it won’t be long after they’ve opened it before they’ll be able to zoom off round the street having fun riding it.
The only major bad thing we could find about this bike is that Razor no longer make it with suspension.
Check out this video of the MX350 in action:
The official speicification says it’s for children aged 12 and older, but some people find that younger kinds can ride it just fine, and that it goes much faster with a lighter child.
- Twist-grip throttle acceleration control
- Double crown fork
- 12-inch pneumatic knobby tires
- Folding metal foot pegs
- Hand-operated rear brake
- Adjustable riser handlebars
- Chain driven motor for quiet yet powerful operation
- Rechargeable Battery
- Retractable kickstand
- Tools included
- Seat height – 20 inches
- Run Time: Up to 40 minutes of continuous use
- Battery: 24V (two 12V) sealed lead acid batteries
- Battery Charge Time: Approximately 8 hours
- Speed: Up to 14 MPH
- Max Rider Weight: 140 pounds
- Ages: 12+
- Product Weight: 72 pounds
Great starter dirtbike for a small kid:
I purchased four of these at the same time. I have three six year olds and an eight year old. The assembly was pretty quick and easy. Most of the bike is together right out of the box but it took about 30 minutes to get the rest together.
The bikes go pretty fast to be electric. The claim to go about 14mph and I’d say thats about right. I have a golf…
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This little motorcycle is surprising tough and handles really well! Our son loves it and it’s just perfect for parents who want more than a bicycle, more than the toddlers power wheels, but their child just isn’t quite ready for a gas powered dirt bike. We thought our Son may need some time to get used to the way a motorcycle handled, but he took right to it. Always be safe and use helmet and pads! Got a great price from Amazon.com, better than anywhere else and we looked for a long time.