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Razor MX350 Dirt Rocket Electric Motocross Bike
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- Scaled down, battery-powered electric moto-cross dirt bike for off-road riding
- Super quiet, single speed, chain driven motor with a twist grip throttle control
- Large knobby tires; hand operated rear brake
- Speeds up to 12 miles per hour with no pedaling needed!
- Designed for ages 13 and up; 90-day warranty
- Item non-returnable
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|Item Dimensions||31 x 24.5 x 44 inches|
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|Shipping Weight||57.15 pounds|
The MX350 Dirt Rocket, is a high performance, electric powered dirt bike with authentic dirt bike frame geometry and Supercross-inspired styling. With a high-torque, powerful 350 Watt electric motor, large 12" pneumatic knobby tires for maximum power transfer, dual suspension and speeds up to 12 miles per hour, up to 30 minutes of continuous use (Can travel up to 10 miles on a single charge), you'll be the king of the dirt hill.
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.
Eat Dirt Hills For Breakfast
The Dirt Rocket MX350 is a scaled-down, electric-powered dirt bike that lets younger riders live out their off-road fantasies. At speeds up to 14 mph, it leaves similar pocket dirt bikes in the dust.
- Speeds up to 14mph.
- Up to 30 minutes of continuous use.
- Steel construction.
- High torque, chain driven motor.
- Twist-grip acceleration control.
- Hand-operated rear brake.
- Large pneumatic knobby tires.
- Adjustable riser handlebars.
- Double crown fork.
- Retractable kickstand.
- Folding foot pegs.
- 24V (two 12V) sealed lead acid rechargeable battery system.
- Battery charger included.
- Assembled Product Dimensions: 44 inch x 24.5 inch x 31 inch.
- Some assembly required.
Miniature Electric Motocross Bike
Razor products have populated neighborhoods across the U.S., but they don't stop where the sidewalk ends. With the Dirt Rocket line, Razor introduced off-road rides for those who aren't afraid of the dirt. The MX350 Dirt Rocket, has received multiple toy awards as well as praised in Sports Illustrated for Kids. This scaled down, electric powered dirt bike is a fun way for younger riders to live out their off-road fantasies. With a high torque motor, large, knobby tires, dual suspension and speeds up to 14 miles per hour, that dirt hill has got nothin' on you.
Large pneumatic knobby tires
Geared for dirt with large 12 inch pneumatic knobby tires for maximum power transfer.
Speeds up to 14mph!
At speeds up to 14mph, the MX350 leaves similar pocket dirt bikes in the dust!
High torque, chain driven motor
Single speed, chain driven motor with a twist grip throttle control for super quite, yet powerful operation.
Dual suspension and adjustable riser handlebars
Dual suspension and adjustable riser handlebars for a smooth and comfortable ride.
Top Customer Reviews
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 cart and I couldn't keep up with the bikes with it. There pretty sturdy as well. I've only had the bikes for a few weeks and they've been dropped and crashed numerous times and they keep on going.
I did have one of the bikes that didn't work and Amazon was great at getting it shipped back to them and refunded (although the refund took about two weeks).
The bikes will hold even the bigger boys with little problem, but don't expect to get the same top end speed and run time as with the lighter kids. I even rode it a couple of times and I weigh 188lbs (but its not really supposed to have more than 140lbs person on it...lol)
It takes about 5 hours to charge (depending on the current charge of the battery). You can expect to get about 45 minutes from a single charge. My eight year old gets several minutes less than one of my lighter six year olds.
In summary, I am satisfied with the item. It is exactly as the company describes. You really can't beat it for the price. My kids have great fun on them and I didn't have to fork over $800-$1000 for a gas powered dirt bike. I hope this helps someone in deciding on this purchase.
UPDATE*** Just got off the phone with Razor and have official confirmation that all suspension has been remove from this model. Don't believe the product description here or anywhere else that it has suspension. Very deceiving if you ask me. And a corporate money pinching move that undermines their reputation if you ask me.
UPDATE2*** Amazon took this back no questions asked and paid the shipping. I went on Craigslist and was lucky enough to find a brand new older model. Bought that one and my son just LOVES it. I don't know how you could ride this without the suspension though. He rockets all over our property with it. So Razor definitely messed up a perfect product. What a shame. You might be able to find an old demo model at some sporting goods stores. I saw one on the shelf at Dunhams that still had suspension on it. But they will be hard to find. Good luck!
It is a great bike for kids ages 5 -8 years old. Perfect for in town residence, super quiet. Does well on flat surfaces, and it will go 14 mph. Well built, and lasts quite a while on a single battery charge. Great value !
The ride time is 45-60min depending on terrain type. My son can ride about 5 miles on the blacktop with a full charge. We charge it over night so he's good to go the next day.
Anyways I'd recommend it. Here's a pic so you can gage it I think my son is 4'2 right now. The helmet brand is TMS, and it's price is half of the cost of similar quality helmets, I'd recommend it too.
I charged the battery initially for the 12 hours as the manual stated. I have recharged it 2 times already and now it only takes 6 hours to be fully charged. He can get about 20-25 minutes continues out of a charge. We have hills on our yard and he mostly drives it on the grass.Hills definitely run the battery down. You could get the full 30 minutes run time if your property is level or you drive it on pavement. The batteries stay in the unit to get recharged. This is somewhat of a pain, But not a big deal. The unit has a brake located on the left handle bar which brakes the rear wheel. Its a little big for my sons hand, but he has gotten used to squeezing it. It would have been nice to get a handbrake for a 7 year old which is not so wide. But, he has learned to let off the throttle earlier and not use the handbrake. The unit also does not brake when you let off the throttle like some other battery vehicles. This is more like a bike where the wheel spins freely. It is super quiet. All you hear is the motor clicking on and off when the throttle is twisted.
Overall i would recommend this unit.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My Son Loved This Thing. Still Rides It Years Later. Safe And Fun To Ride. Had A Problem With The Chain But The Company Sent Out Replacement Items To Fix It Free Of Charge. Read morePublished 20 hours ago by Talon
My son loves this product got it yesterday 8/9/2016 for his 7th birthday, its very well made and didnt think it be all that powerful it being electric i was dead wrong this razor... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Anthony Roberts
Awesome bike and perfect for kids. Early in the usage, but my son loves it.Published 17 days ago by Jon Williams and April Williams