Razor Pocket Rocket Kid’s Motorcycle Review
Your little racer will feel like the real deal on the Razor Pocket Rocket! It has the cool factor of a racing bike at the perfect size for your child.
The Razor Pocket Rocket is a smaller version of the ever so popular street bike. It has a variable speed ability and can reach speeds of 15 mph. This is a smaller version of the street bike, but with an electric motor. It’s a scaled down electric version of a real racing pocket bike. It is great for teens (13 and up), but can be used by anyone under 150 lbs. who is able to control the product
The Razor Pocket Rocket has a chain driven motor which makes for super quiet driving operation. The rider will be in for a fun ride on the Razor Pocket Rocket, equipped with 10” pneumatic tires that help to make for a smooth ride for the driver. The ride will be comfortable even on the bumpiest terrain.
Never worry about running out of battery on a long riding session. It will last for up to 45 minutes of continuous driving. It’s great that a battery charger is included (4-6 hour charging time).
Also included is pit stand and assembly tools, box frame with a powder finish for durability. Some assembly is required before riding. Riders/parent should read the owner’s manual prior to the first ride. Safety equipment should be worn while driving. Not to be used on public roads.
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- Miniature version of the oh, so popular street bikes , which can fulfil any youngster’s dream!
- Can take up to a whopping weight of 130 to 150 pounds!
- 10-inch pneumatic tires for smooth driving
- Electric high torque motor
- Single speed, chain driven motor
- Quiet operation
- Hand-operated rear brake
- Twist grip style throttle
- Two 12V batteries (sealed lead acid system)
- 45 minutes of continuous drive time
- 4-6 hour charge time
- Battery charger (UL approved)
- Included pit stand and tools
- Included box frame with powder finish for durability
- Assembly tools included
- Bike weight of 42 pounds
Razor was founded in June of 2000. It’s a privately held company and is located in Cerritos, California. It holds the worldwide rights to Razor and its brands.
Its claim to fame began with the very popular Razor kick scooter. Other products include the other electric scooter styles, E100, E200, and E300.
They also have some other newer products such as the Dirt Rocket, Pocket Mod, Pocket Rocket, and Ground Force, which are all electric powered ride-on toys. They have a junior line of the scooter as well.
Razor has an action video made by Team Razor, a group of pro scooter athletes ages 9 to 20. Team Razor travels around the world, and does demonstrations and competitions for Razor users.
Razor has been awarded a number of titles including their Toy of the Year Award, from big known companies such as Nick Jr. Not only that, but, they’ve been rewarded with prizes from companies as big as Parents, Parenting, Sports Illustrated for Kids, TIME, and U.S. News & World.
Watch this great video by Team Razor showing off some of their awesome riding skills!
More Information On The Pocket Rocket
The Razor Pocket Rocket is a great product for any child who loves the thrill of a ride on a bike with a little extra excitement. Its pneumatic tires help to keep the ride smooth while riding on a bumpy lawn. The Razor Pocket rocket can reach speeds up to 15 mph, which is very fast for an electric child’s toy.
It says it is recommended for teens, but at ‘easy to ride’ measurements, I’m sure young children 5 and older can have a blast as well! It weighs a mere 42 pounds, so even smaller riders are able to hold up the bike and ride.
Its electric motor is very quiet, so bothering the neighbors with a loud outside toy is not a problem. It also has very little assembly required, and the tools needed are provided. It is very easy to put this bike together, and get it ready for your rider to take his/her first drive. It also includes accessories such as a pit stand with tools, and a box frame.
Your child will be able to pretend he/she is a true racer with a pit stand to fuel up and fix parts, and box frame to hold the bike while charging up for the next ride.
The battery will last for up to 45 minutes of continuous riding, and it takes 4-6 hours to fully charge. The charge does take a while, but if it is charged overnight, it will be up and ready for the next day.
Overall, the Razor Pocket Rocket can make a fun outside experience for any rider.