|Item model number||AGB-36|
|Manufacturer Part Number||Dirt bike 250cc|
Apollo Agb-36 250cc Dirt Bike
|Price:||$1,400.00 + $399.00 shipping|
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SPECIFICATIONS AGB-36-250CC CONFIGURE Colors available black Decals(Y/N) YES Tool kit(Y/N) Y Remote start(Y/N) N Remote engine stop(Y/N) N Remote alarm(Y/N) N Speed limiter(Y/N) N Assembly required FRONT WHEEL,HANDLEBAR,REAR SHOCK ENGINE INFO Engine type ZS167FMM 250CC,SINGLE CYLINDER,4 STROKE,AIR COOLED Engine brand APOLLO Displacement 229.20 Cooling AIR COOLED Max horsepower 11.5 KW/15.64HP Max torque 17.5 / 5500 N•m /(r/min) Bore*stroke 67MM * 65 MM Max speed 115 KM/H Climbing ability Ignition C.D.I Starting system KICK AND ELECTRIC START Battery 9A12V Carburetor brand JINKE Engine oil 15W/40-SE（GB 11121） Gear oil * CHASSIS ETC. Clutch MANUAL Transmission 1N2345 Driveline CHAIN Driving wheel * Suspension,front/rear * Brakes,front/rear FRONT/REAR DISC Brake operation FRONT HAND REAR FOOT Tires,front/rear F:80/100-21 R:110/90-18 Fuel capacity/type 8L Weight,G.W./N.W. 272.8LBS/ 259.6LBS Max load 440LBS DIMENSIONS Wheelbase 55.9" OA L*W*H 84.3"*32.3"*48.6" Height to seat 36.6" Min ground clearance 11" Carton size 71.3"*16.9"*37.8" Shipping info 77PCS
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Overall: This a great bike for the price. Shipping was a little slow, but eventually came through and was delivered right to my house on a pallet . The overall weight of the bike is about 350 pounds shipped and it feels every bit of it. Assembly was fairly straightforward there are some decent enough guides on YouTube that demonstrate some of the typical confusing bits. However, you will want to have someone with some mechanical ability just to do the little assembly required. It really comes down to handlebars, bolting the suspension, throwing on the front tire. With some tweaking of the idle adjustment screw on the carburetor the bike will eventually come to life. Once , assembled the bike is large don't let any of the little pictures for you for someone who is approximately 5 foot nine I have to tiptoe to touch the ground. It even does fairly well with someone who has as large of a frame as I do over 200 pounds.
Once you get the motor running correctly and the carb set up it does pretty well with power. Definitely enough to hurt you.
The stock tires do well enough I have ridden trails all over on sand, mud, dirt etc. I am able to do nearly as much on the trails as anyone else out there on a nearly $10,000 bike.
Electric start is very convenient
Once I receive the Bill of sale from the seller I was able to title the bike very easily in my state ( I did have to pay some taxes though).
Quality control in summer specs is slightly lacking you will definitely need to Loctite anything that will move, seriously every bolt I almost lost the rear sprocket.
Some of the parts bolts and materials are quite weak there are quite a few parts that you would eventually want to replace such as the bolts to adjust the chain tension etc. really nothing too costly but again if you are willing to do maintenance this probably isn't the machine for you
Suspension is rock hard and I really mean that I can't find any resource to help me soften it anymore than I have so I guess I'll just deal with it .
I have had to replace the tube on the rear tire but that could've obviously been my fault.
The stock engine oil as junk replace it immediately but that's cheap enough and easy enough on this bike .
It has a pretty uncomfortable seat for long rides but you might find that on most bikes that this is a clone of. Kind of hard to faulted for this but I feel like you may want to be aware if you plan on doing all day rides. This bike is meant for trails this isn't really a motorcross bike.
In conclusion if you're willing to do work, troubleshoot, and perform maintenance this is a great value. It took me quite some time to get it running correctly a lot of people have issues with the carburetor. However, once I fully cleaned the carburetor, and adjusted the valves the bike is able to run without issue. This bike is pretty much the same in a mechanical sense as the hawk 250 there are a lot of YouTube videos on that machine as well that would help you with this one. There are resources online and a decent community that would help and provide some guidance. However, if all you want is a machine that you pour gas and hit the key this probably isn't for you. But it is served me well this summer and I look forward to putting hundreds of more miles on it .
I'm 260lbs 6'3" and I use this to ride with both my brothers. One uses a 2003 Kim 300 2stroke and the other 2008 husquvarna 450te. They can flat out wipe me out flat out...., but on the trails I can hang with them. It's ridden hard with a heavy guy! It works great!!!!