The Razor RSF350 Electric Bike is an underpowered and kid-sized motorbike created for ages 13 and up. It appears and feels like a true motorcycle, while going even slower as compared to most electric skateboards, making sure it will lead to a ride that’s both enjoyable and secure for your children. To put it simply, this thing won’t place your children in any type of major risk.
The electric bike is run by a 350-watt chain-driven electric powered motor that offers high torque for a pleasing speed and a kid-safe top speed of only 14 miles per hour. A 24-volt battery unit provides necessary power to the motor, which could go for about 30 minutes of nonstop driving. Additionally, you can simply connect into a wall outlet to load it with a brand new batch of power to get you back on the streets again.
A trellis framework design and street bike formatting provide it with an absolute motorcycle look, despite without the same blast-through-the-road capabilities that makes driving feel like such a liberating experience. Using it is same as using a kid scooter, with a twist-grip throttle offering easy procedure and disc brakes in the backside offering lots of stopping ability. It is little and awkward-looking to drive for taller kids and can support bikers around 140 lbs.
The Razor RSF350 features a rear suspension to offer an even ride, together with riser-style handlebars that are angle-adjusted to your desired riding angle. All plastic fairings are shatter-resistant, so it should endure to wild kids driving around the area and falling over. Additional features are a 10-inch 3-spoke mag wheels, double-crown fork, a retractable kickstand, pneumatic tires, and folding foot pegs.