Mini-Bike or Pocket Bike??.. for Kids

Discussion in 'Motorcycles & Boats' started by vipermann123, Jul 29, 2010.

  1. ATTENTION: http/https Bug Fix! Most of us have been experiencing problems staying logged in as we navigate the site. That is simply the result of links varying between http and https, which each require different logons. To resolve we are going to force https starting sometime Wednesday. However, you may have problems accessing FerrariChat until after you log out, clear cookies/browser cache, and log back on. Keep in mind my email is if you do have access problems after Wednesday. Thanks!
  1. vipermann123

    vipermann123 Formula 3

    Jun 13, 2005
    Irvine, Ca
    Full Name:
    Uzy Malik
    I know these are not real bikes, but my friend was thinking of purchasing either a Mini-Bike or Pocket-Bike for her 12, 10, 8 and 7 year old kids.

    Is there really a difference between a Pocker or Mini bike?

    Anyone own one, can you post picutres please?

    Are they fairly safe for the kids?

  2. Reece

    Reece Formula Junior

    Jul 4, 2010
    Full Name:
    Reece Mikkelson
    #2 Reece, Jul 29, 2010
    Last edited: Jul 29, 2010
    I have a pocket bike and I love it.
    Pocket Bikes:
    They look like superbikes
    Just a little bit Smaller

    Mini Bikes:
    Look like Bodiless Dirtbikes

    I would say for the 12 year old, get a Pocket Bike, for the 10 year old, get a Mini bike. I personally think the 8 and 7 year olds are a little too young because they could get hurt.

    I am out of town, so I will post pictures next friday.
  3. parkerfe

    parkerfe F1 World Champ

    Sep 4, 2001
    Cumming, Georgia
    Full Name:
    Franklin E. Parker
    #3 parkerfe, Jul 30, 2010
    Last edited: Jul 30, 2010
    Get them a real trail bike such as one of the TTR series from Yamaha. They're safe, reliable, easy to ride and cheap. I have a TTR110E and TTR125LE for for 12 and 14 year old daughters. They ride them on our 5 acres around the house, at MX tracks and in the woods with me on my KTM. They are great bikes, have both electric and kick start and even an adult can ride them for fun. In fact, I often ride the TTR110LE to get around the paddock and barn area at horse shows as well as a pit bike when I go to road Atlanta . You can buy them new for $1k-$2k. I bought my two off Craigslist for about 1/2 that.
  4. TexasF355F1

    TexasF355F1 Two Time F1 World Champ
    Silver Subscribed

    Feb 2, 2004
    Full Name:
    I agree with this. Get them all real dirt/trail bikes.

Share This Page