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Old 11-24-2008, 09:28 AM   #1
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I think I found the cheapest of the cheap for screwin around on sidewalks and parkin lots. . . . golf courses too, maybe?
http://www.minipocketrockets.com/cag...pocket-rocket/

Does anyone have any user reviews for these or any of the higher end models? I'm lookin for a cheap little toy to fire up and go play with whenever I'm bored. I don't plan on modding it or makin it a stunter. I just want somethin to get silly with. Are these things worth messing with or should I just get a CRF50 and put slicks on it?
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WTF...I would not even try to compare that to a CRF50....


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Old 11-24-2008, 09:31 AM   #3
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lol not comparing at all. I'm just lookin for somethin with most laughs per buck
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Well technically that is a 50, but that's a mini-bike not what most people are lookin for on here.


That would be fun as to ride for 2 hours, cuz that's probebly all it would last untill it explodes
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if anything just get a real pocket rocket for like 400-500 bucks
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http://www.minipocketrockets.com/r32...r-pocket-bike/ do you think thhis thing can really go over 65 mph ?
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What would be a real pocketrocket? I don't know anything about these except they're fun to play with.
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hahaha 2hrs. I just google'd pocket bike and that was the first site that came up. They look alright. What are some other sites I could look at?
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Oooh what about YSR50s? I used to race those and they were a blast! Are they still in good circulation?
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just get a fiddy, fun/$$ takes a nosedive when you spend 5bills on a piece of that breaks easy.... you get what you pay for.
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good luck around on that. i want to see you try to hit a sidewalk on that thing.
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Still no answer. What other little bikes are worth lookin at other than the crf50?
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Still no answer. What other little bikes are worth lookin at other than the crf50?
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nobody really has a answer because for the best all around 50 there are no substitutes fors the crf50....

you can easily find one for under 1000. can take it on or off road. has no real maintenance issues. its built like a tank. there are tons of aftermarket parts readily available. and when the time comes it actually has a resale value unlike one of these chinese knockoffs.
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nobody really has a answer because for the best all around 50 there are no substitutes fors the crf50....

you can easily find one for under 1000. can take it on or off road. has no real maintenance issues. its built like a tank. there are tons of aftermarket parts readily available. and when the time comes it actually has a resale value unlike one of these chinese knockoffs.
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nobody really has a answer because for the best all around 50 there are no substitutes fors the crf50....

you can easily find one for under 1000. can take it on or off road. has no real maintenance issues. its built like a tank. there are tons of aftermarket parts readily available. and when the time comes it actually has a resale value unlike one of these chinese knockoffs.
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nobody really has a answer because for the best all around 50 there are no substitutes fors the crf50....

you can easily find one for under 1000. can take it on or off road. has no real maintenance issues. its built like a tank. there are tons of aftermarket parts readily available. and when the time comes it actually has a resale value unlike one of these chinese knockoffs.
+3, I have one(ttr-50) & an xr-50.... not much diff. between the two & both hold up better than any knock off.
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nobody really has a answer because for the best all around 50 there are no substitutes fors the crf50....

you can easily find one for under 1000. can take it on or off road. has no real maintenance issues. its built like a tank. there are tons of aftermarket parts readily available. and when the time comes it actually has a resale value unlike one of these chinese knockoffs.
+4 i will have mine on the way from cali pretty soon
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I've ridden one of those "cags" The foot pegs broke off in the first 5 minutes. They were pretty scary at first because they really do haul for a little bike. Not a lot of throttle response, but once you get it going it runs pretty good.

You absolutely do not want to ride it off road, though. The slicks are very slick. It also has no suspension.

It will also wheelie right the out from under you if you try and wheelie it.

Overall I thought it was a pretty decent little toy, but nothing like a 50.
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I have that exact bike and a crf 50... and ill tell you what that pocket bike is bullet proof its a weedeater engine and as for footpegs.. I took the stock ones off and put a hoseclamped alluminum pipe under it with take on the feet and painted it... you do get what you pay for but as far as blasting around the parking lot they are alot of fun... It will accelerate faster than a crf 50 for the crf pulls harder at top end... Why have one when u can have both

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So, what I really wanted this thread to be about was a little section for some user reviews, opinions, facts, and where-to-buys for the little 50cc bikes. Tell me about anything from the South-Korean tin can bikes to the famous crf50. I want to know about cool mods, tips, and things to watch out for when dealing with these little rascals. The bikes are way fun to ride and I'm trying to get into the mini sport.
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