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Old 11-27-2006, 02:02 PM   #21
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Swift---Harwin has them. And the new flea market on Airtex and 45N has the electric ones that might be better for your daughter. And I could have sworn that I saw one in their that was about the size of the one on that pic you showed.
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Old 11-27-2006, 02:13 PM   #22
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I'm going to check Harwin to see what they have.
If they don't have anything for her age etc... Santa is going to get her the Ducati Monster
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Old 11-27-2006, 02:18 PM   #25
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You wouldn't be disappointed with the PW50. It has a throttle limiter and training wheels are available. Auto-clutch, drive-shaft, no mixing gasoline.

The training wheels help your kid to learn throttle control without worrying about balancing or falling over.

Buy something good quality (Yamaha, Honda) that you can resell later.

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You wouldn't be disappointed with the PW50. It has a throttle limiter and training wheels are available. Auto-clutch, drive-shaft, no mixing gasoline.

The training wheels help your kid to learn throttle control without worrying about balancing or falling over.
thats it, what I was trying to tell you earlier
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I think my girl is still a little small for the PW50 or bikes to that caliper
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I think my girl is still a little small for the PW50 or bikes to that caliper
You might be suprised. My son is 5 (40lbs soaking wet) and this bike was a good fit for him. My 8yr old rode it up until a few months ago.

Razor makes an electric motorcycle. She may not be tall enough for it though.
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Do the Razor motorcycles have a regulator?
I don't want her getting up to 15 - 20 mph / not yet
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IMO I would go with the electric one starting off. The power is not too much. And they are pretty cheap on Harwin. You can find a lot of them out there for under 170. So you're not really worried about resale.
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Do they have training wheels on them?
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Old 11-27-2006, 02:32 PM   #32
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Honestly I don't remember if they did or not.
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If you go to Harwin or Traders Village though, it's real easy to talk them down. Whatever price they start off with is really just a price that they wish that they could get, because they have so much competition.
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I DIDNT READ ALL THE THREAD, BUT WE GOT MY NEPHEW A ELECTRIC one at academy, they also have them at toys r us, cost about 200-250, max speed is 15 mph
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no, but u could put some on there, we got my nephew the dirt bike one, that way hed hit grass, not pavement, he fell hard a couple of times but he does well now.
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