Razor DXT Drift Trike
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- Where Downhill Meets Drift!
- Steel trike style frame combined with Super Slider POM rear wheels
- Riders can power slide through corners, throw fish tails or fast 180s!
- Front free-wheel with BMX style platform pedals and alloy crank
- Features: moto-style handlebars, pro-style grips, triple crown fork, adjustable bucket style seat, and tow hook attachment, grip tape on rear axle
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From the manufacturer
From day one, Razor has focused on providing the very best riding experience, combining cutting-edge technology, high-quality materials and innovation to deliver products designed to suit riders’ evolving lifestyles.
Founded in 2000, Razor quickly became an icon of American culture with the introduction of the now legendary A model kick scooter. The must-have item of the year, the A model continues to be an essential ride for anyone on the go.
Today, Razor offers a full line of award-winning products that inspire and excite riders around the globe. Influenced by our Southern California home, and rooted in popular action sports – from motocross and BMX, to snowboarding, skateboarding and surfing – Razor’s products embody the spirit of freedom and fun.
Where Downhill Meets Drift!
Built for edge-of-your-seat downhill drifting action. Let it all out from the freewheeling straights to the tightest curves. Full size steel frame, moto-style construction and 10-inch slick surface rear wheels.
- 2-Piece welded steel frame and 792 mm wide rear axle
- Moto-style handlebars
- Pro-style soft rubber grips
- Moto-style double alloy clamp
- Triple crown, moto-style fork with sealed bearing headset
- Alloy crank
- Front alloy V brake
- Front Wheel: pneumatic 20” x 2.125” aluminum rim with internal freewheel
- Rear Wheels: 10” kart style blow molded POM, 4” wide with slick surface, speed bearings, and chrome hub caps
- Adjustable (2 positions), 356 mm bucket style seat
- Includes: Tow hook attachment, grip tape on rear axle
Hop On and Hold On.
The new innovative Razor DXT Drift Trike packs a punch with a thrilling ride and unique features. From the super-stylish to the wild and crazy, this high-performance, adrenaline-pumping rides set a new standard for fun on wheels.
20-inch Pneumatic Front Wheel
Front free-wheel with BMX style platform pedals and alloy crank
10-inch Blow Molded Rear Slicks
Rear wheels are 10-inch kart style blow molded POM slicks with speed bearings and chrome hub caps
2-Piece welded steel frame with moto-style construction
All steel, heavy duty frame construction featuring moto-style triple-crown fork with sealed bearing headset and double alloy clamp.
Moto-Style Handlebars and Pro-style Grips
Moto-style handlebars with pro-style soft rubber grips and front alloy V brake.
|Battery Average Life||0.75 Hours|
|Frame Material Type||Steel|
|Item Dimensions||9.45 x 13.58 x 16.93 inches|
|Item Display Weight||8.8 Kilograms|
|Item Weight||19.4 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||41.2 pounds|
Built for edge-of-your-seat Downhill drifting action. Let it all out from the freewheeling straights to the tightest curves. Full size steel frame, moto-style construction and 10 inch.
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My amazing wife bought this for me for my birthday. My wife loves me. She knows how much I miss those childhood days of riding around in a Big Wheel(tm). I reminisced a lot while putting together our daughter's new Big Wheel(tm).
Lo and behold, someone makes a Big Wheel(tm) that even adults can ride! Now I can go riding right along with my daughter, pulling off the same fun stunts... and then some!
First and foremost, this thing is QUALITY! Smooth bearings, great welds, fantastic paint job, and very solid overall. My tools slipped a couple times while putting it together, and there wasn't any mark on the paint as a result. I'm really impressed. Speaking of tools, most of the ones you'll need are included, minus one wrench for 10mm bolts. I'm an avid cyclist, I've bought brand new high-end bikes and built my own from scratch using expensive components, and the quality of this little trike really amazed me. I had it all put together in less than 30 minutes without ever looking at the instructions. Mind you, I did put the rear end on upside down :) But I caught that mistake before taking it out for its first spin.
And I do mean SPIN! After the initial period getting used to the dynamics of fighting my pedaling feet with my arms, I was able to take off down the driveway at frightening speed, turn the handlebars... and skid into a U-turn before I realized what was happening! WHAT A THRILL!!! I repeated this feat over and over again, and it didn't get old. Then, despite the fact that it was 9:30pm, pitch black outside and cold (December in Vermont), I decided to take the trike for a ride around the block.
And this is where the trike truly shined... and where I struggled a bit. Just cruising down the road was easy enough, although it's a bit of a workout for both the legs and the arms. Going downhill is where this trike really comes into its own. It takes very little pedaling to keep the speed up, and it's super easy to toss the rear end into a long, controlled skid around bends. The front tire is very grippy, which lends a lot of control. As long as you've got the front wheel pointed where you want to go, the rest of the trike *should* follow. Just keep in mind you're occupying a lot of space when you're sliding.
Going uphill is a different story. That's just a lot of hard pedaling and straining of the arms. Getting any kind of speed takes a lot of effort, and there really isn't much you can do as far as stunts. Don't get me wrong, it's still a fun ride. But after the thrills of the downhills, the uphills by comparison feel like a bit of a... downer (pun intended).
Now for the best part... I got this for my 39th birthday. I'm 6'1" tall and weigh just over 220 pounds. I thought my Big Wheel(tm) days were 30 years gone, yet here I am loving it all over again.
ASSEMBLY- First things first. all of the components are very snugly wrapped, and the pieces were very well protected, so no scratches or anything. Assembly is a lot quicker with multiple people, especially when it come to attaching the wheels to the body and seat. Being the sub-dolt i am, assembly took me a good half hour. But it does leave you feeling like a pro. most importantly, the manual is not in Chinese, and although made in china, the English is great, so a good credit to Razor. also, the instructions are VERY clear, and self explanatory, for a easy put-together.
THE RIDE- The main category. My first ride was a pretty nice one. I immediately sped over to a huge hill next to my house, and expected the rest to flow nicely. I pedaled super hard, and right away, started to drift like Ken Block was an amateur driver. so, i turned the bike around to go back up the hill. To put the next unfortunate event simply, my face met the street in a very close relationship. Yah. BE CAREFUL WHEN DOING 360s!!!!!
you may just flip over! About 2 hour long rides later, i got a pretty good knack for riding the thing. the hardest thing was learning how to drift when going down a boring, leveled sidewalk, and to drift in a straight line.Anyway, the thing is a shipload of fun, and turns every head. By the way, you get an amazing FULL BODY workout! i think i might just ditch the gym and just ride this!
OVERALL- You get tremendous bang for your buck. the price is pretty good, right? you get a high speed, very high quality, drifting machine. Also, does not rust.
HOWEVER: what i am about to write almost cost the trike a star on this review- THE WHEELS. The back wheels are plastic. but not just any plastic. Hollow, little tikes garbage-type plastic. at least they dont wear down too fast. The wheels pick up every pebble and stick in the road. and they leave black streaks where you drift. It's Not too bad, but just wanted to mention it.
GOOD STUFF TO KNOW:
the design n this is great, so it attracts many heads on every ride.
the box says 14+ for the age. i think they are pretty much correct there, but i think a 12, or even an 11 year old can manage on it. but the drifting can get super extreme.
Razor could have taken out a lot of cheap materials. for example, the seat is plastic, and, again, little tikes material.
what i did was wrap the wheels in those weird printer sheets, and this not only protected the wheels from further damage, but also made cool sparks.
the brakes are great, although they start squeaking pretty much the 5th time you brake. so oil them, like i did.
you, yes you indeed, should get this trike. like right now. it's affordable, is fun, kills your lower back and thighs when you drift (oh, well! too bad), and, in most places, is high quality.
What else is there to write?
if you have any questions, plz ask!
Thank you for reading, and i hope this was a helpful review.
My only complaint is I wish it was faster, but that's just my problem.
I am 5'4" and can reach the pedals with the seat adjusted all the way forward.