The Yamaha TT-R50E is designed for young kids, typically between the ages of four to seven, to get a feel of riding dirt bikes and to make it easy for families to go on biking trails.
This rider-friendly bike comes with convenient features such as an electric start, a 50cc engine, a semi-automatic gearbox, and more to make it easy for young kids to independently ride bikes. Of course, it also has parental controls as this bike can be started only when the ignition key is inserted to minimize accidental starts.
The design is also stylish and appealing to young children and can provide hours of fun for the entire family.
Yamaha TT-R110E combines style and performance to enthuse new riders and those graduating from smaller 50-80cc motorbikes to get on the professional motocross scene. This is the perfect choice for anyone looking to try serious kids motocross for the first time.
A unique aspect of this bike is its stylish structure that’s been inspired by Yamaha’s popular YZ race bikes. And it just doesn’t stop with great looks – it offers one of the highest levels of comfort for riders. Its long-travel front and rear Suspension adds to its ease of use as well.
Above everything, there is no clutch, which makes it so perfect for first-time riders. The strong performance of its 110CC engine and the semi-automatic gearbox enhances its appeal.
The 85cc class bridges the gap between junior riders and full-sized motocross, taking riders a step closer to the big leagues. With the advanced engine and chassis technology, TC 85 19/16 increases riders’ confidence while maintaining their composure on tracks.
Made using advanced robot welding, the chromium molybdenum steel frame offers precise feedback to young riders.
The 43mm split fork design on the front suspension offers remarkable suspension performance.
The rear shock has a progressive damping system, meaning the rear end of the bike can stay stable over bumps or rough terrain while soaking up big hits.
TC 85 19/16 features a subframe made from aluminium which contributes to its lightweight and also improves on mass centralization.
The airbox’s twin-air filter can be accessed easily without tools by just removing the side panel for quick maintenance. Additionally, the airbox design allows for efficient airflow and maximum filter protection.
The radiators are designed with computational fluid dynamics for efficient air passage through cooling fins regulating the engine’s temperature.
It might be reduced in size, but the 2021 Husqvarna TC 50 has incorporated the same level of technology, striking looks, and ergonomic feel as the motocross full-sized range. The similarities are not limited to these. The creation of this bike is synonymous with the culture and history of the Husqvarna brand of motorcycles. The Husqvarna TC 50 2021 has more agility, power and is more technologically advanced than the previous bikes in its generation. There has been a major upgrade of the front and rear braking systems; the new brakes are now more sensitive.
TC 50 Features
· The latest, two-stroke engine technology provides first-class performance. The ride-ability is top-notch because the engine is modern and compact.
· The triple-shaft makeup ensures that the crankshaft is positioned close to the midpoint which improves the centralization in addition to creating an ideal angle of intake into the valve for improved performance.
· Additionally, the power reduction kit can be bought from Husqvarna accessories so that you can limit the power of the bike for beginners and first-timers who become too excited.
This dirt bike is known for impressive features such as a powerful engine, disc brakes, a long-travel suspension and a lightweight chassis. It’s a great general kid’s dirt bike – but if your child might want to race as well – then this bike is the perfect choice.
Whether you have built your skills in the 50cc class or are just starting out on the 65cc, the 2021 KX65 will introduce you to a manual clutch transmission. It has a six-speed transmission to utilize the 64cc motor fully. The suspension settings at both ends of the 2021 KX65 have recoil-damping adjustability.
You can get your child’s racing career started using the KX85 kids dirt bike. With a high performing engine and race-ready suspension, this KX85 is the ideal bike to use. The suspension travel on this 75-kg bike is almost 279 mm on both ends. Its shock is fully adjustable, and the damping adjustments are limited to rebound damping.
With minimalistic bodywork, a flat slim fuel tank design, and a flat seat, racers have a high chance of moving at high speed. Thanks to the low positioned fuel cap on this KX85, you will have an easy time moving across the length.
This KX85 features petal shaped discs, both at the front and the back, to improve their stopping power. Also, the pull-type clutch ensures smooth operation and easy maintenance. The right-hand engine power offers a separate clutch cover for fast servicing without detaching the water pump.
With a powerful 2-stroke engine that is liquid-cooled and a performance engineered engine, the KX85 uses several high-performance design features and a low-friction ring piston for sharp throttle response and high power. The cylinder has an efficient combustion chamber design. This KX85 has a large radiator that is constructed to conform to the engine’s performance – which works hand in hand with the excellent power output to keep the biker cool even when the racing action gets hot.
An adjustable handlebar allows users to custom-fit to their riding position and he mounting brackets feature 2-position forward-backward adjustment. The optional spacers have three areas to allow riders to change the height. Thanks to the six-speed transmission system of the KX85, you can shift the bike in any position you like, courtesy of the hard chromed shift forks, and new bushings that are added to the gears.
Integrated power valve system for enhanced torque and horsepower.
Comes with a large, built-in radiator to keep the engine cold when racing.
The 6-way adjustable handlebar position that enables riders to ride in any position.
Slim flat seat design.
A potent 85cc 2-stroke liquid-cooled engine.
Available in two sizes.
Detailed Specifications (specs)
Type – 2-stroke Single.
Compression ratio – ow speed 10.9:1, high speed 9.0:1.
Displacement – 84600 mm³.
Fuel – Carburettors: Keihin PWK 28.
Induction – Reed Valve.
Bore x Stroke – 48.5 X 45.8 mm.
Brakes – petal disc with dual-piston calliper.
Front Suspension- Ø36 mm inverted telescopic with fork 20-way compression damping.
Rear Tire – 90/100-16.
Front Tire – 70/100-19.
Curb weight – 75.0 kg.
Seat height – 830 mm.
Wheelbase – 1,265 mm.
Rake – 29 degrees.
Ground clearance – 290 mm.
Trail – 109.22 mm.
Fuel capacity – 5.0 litres.
Slim bodywork and racy graphics makes it look good when racing
Available in two sizes to fit everyone that wants to ride it
The 2021 KLX110RL is packed with kid-friendly features such as a 4-speed transmission system, a manual clutch, a neutral only starter, and an adjustable throttle limiter. This bike has several speeds and plenty of power for the young rider.
With a high tensile steel body, a rear shock for secure handling, and a 30mm telescopic fork, the KLX110RL is excellent for riders who want to go off-road for the first time. Its construction ensures maximum longevity and durability irrespective of where you ride it. This KLX110RL also has an automatic centrifugal clutch system that helps you to take off and shift gears, thus ensuring that you maintain your focus on the terrain.
With an 112cc single-cylinder and four-stroke engine, this KLX110RL is bound to give you a better experience than the smaller version. The large version also has a taller seat, a more extended suspension length, a manual clutch, and an added 4.8cm of ground clearance. No matter your skill level or size, this KLX110RL model will allow you to play out there without experiencing breakdowns.
When you are on the tracks, you don’t want to be riding a dirt bike that keeps breaking down or that you can’t start. That is why this KLX110RL is a perfect pick. With an electric start, you will start the fun with the single push of a button using its reliable starting mechanism.
The 110cm3 air-cooled engine is simple to operate and maintain a high level of reliability. It comes with optimum camshaft timing, which results in excellent engine power at all speeds. The piston rings are designed in a low-tension model that decreases cylinder friction and ensures increased performance.
KLX110RL Top Features:
A taller seat height of 728.98 mm than the previous version.
Higher ground clearance of 264.16 mm than the previous version.
Four-speed transmission with a manual speed.
Sporty race-inspired styling.
122cc air-cooled, four-stroke engine.
2021 KXL110RL Specifications (Specs)
Type – 4-stokes transmission, air-cooled.
Compression ratio – 9:5:1.
Displacement – 112cc.
Fuel – Keihin PB18.
Induction – Reed Valve.
Bore x Stroke – 52.5 x 45.8mm.
Brakes – Disk.
Front Suspension- Travel.
Rear Tire – 90/100 x 19.
Front Tire – 90/100 x 16.
Curb weight – 76.2 kgs.
Seat height – 871.22 mm.
Wheelbase – 1074.42 mm.
Rake – 29 degrees.
Ground clearance – 264.16 mm.
Trail – 109.22 mm.
Fuel capacity – 4.92 litres.
Enjoys more extensive features like a taller seat and extra ground clearance than the smaller version
Now that your child is ready to start riding dirt bikes, you might be considering buying them a bike. Here are some factors to consider before you make the big decision and buy them a bike:
1. Get the Right Fit
If your child is short yet you want to buy them a dirt bike, consider getting one which you can change the height on. By lowering the suspension, you will pull the handlebar downwards so that your child reaches them comfortably until they are older. Later, you can raise the suspension. Alternatively, the motorcycle shop might cut the seat, thus lowering it so that your child reaches the ground with their feet.
2. Engine Size (cc’s)
If this is your child’s first dirt bike, they will find it easier to learn riding on a less powerful bike that is lightweight. The 50cc is the smallest engine size that you will get, and it is ideal for kids under age seven. Four-stroke dirt bikes make fantastic starters because they have relatively linear power delivery, making their throttle control easy.
3. Starter System – Electric vs. Kick Start
The essential feature of starter bikes is an electric starter engine because they are easy to ride. As your child grows older and gains experience, you can opt for kick start bikes. Older motorcycles had kick-starter technology, but newer ones use an electric starter.
4. Engine Type – Two-Stroke vs. Four-Stroke
Kid’s dirt bikes are either two or four-stroke, and you must comprehend the difference between the two engine types before you spend your money. Four-stroke engines are ideal for beginners because it delivers power for every two rotations of the crankshaft. That helps in smooth acceleration and a broad power band, which reduces the frequency of scary stop-starts that your child might experience.
On the other hand, two-stroke engines send power for every rotation of the crankshaft, thus gives them a high strength to weight ratio. Less moving parts means that the bike will have less weight so that it will keep up with large capacities. Stop starts on two-stroke bikes can be a little scarier than on four-strokes. Some two-stroke engines also require that you pre-mix oil and petrol before filling the tank.
Small dirt bikes for kids have an automatic clutch. When your child doesn’t have to manage the clutch, they will have more time to learn balancing and steering the bike without worrying about changing gears manually. It is better to buy bikes with an automatic clutch for beginners and then move to the manual clutch when your child is older.