Razor Mini Electric Chopper Motorbike - Was £249.99 Now £99.99 (+ £3.95 P&P) @ Net Price Direct - HotUKDeals
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Authentic chopper styling and handling with drag-style handlebars, a teardrop tank, wrap around fenders, a lowrider profile and a 45 degree rake. Powered by a 250w electric motor and can reach 15 mph.

The Razor Electric Chopper can travel over 10 miles on a single charge. This scaled down chopper design carries riders up to 220 pounds. This chopper also features a variable speed, chain-driven motor for maximum power transfer. Large 14-inch front and 10-inch pneumatic tires offer a smooth ride. It only requires a short charge time, so you'll be riding around in no time. This bike also features a retractable kickstand


Features:
Authentic chopper styling and handling
Drag-style handlebars
Teardrop tank
Wrap-around fenders
Low-rider profile
Powered by A 250W electric motor
Can reach up to 15 miles per hour
Constructed of steel with chrome fork
45-degree rake
Twist-grip throttle acceleration control
Hand-operated rear brake
14-inch front tire with 14-spoke front wheel
10-inch rear pneumatic tires
220-pound maximum weight capacity
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#1
Very good price. Several kids in my street have these. I worry that because they are so low people do not see kids on them when reversing cars.
#2
high weight limit too if you want a shot when the kids aren't looking :)
#3
do they have them in other styles
#4
Worth pointing out that these are illegal to use on public roads and pavements.
#5
brilly
high weight limit too if you want a shot when the kids aren't looking :)


15.7 stone !? Pretty Cool !!.... ( thinking about it now ?? :whistling: )
#6
These and the like are totally anti-social when used ILLEGALLY on Public Roads, Pavements and Parks etc.Pity we do not have enough Police and Police Transit Vans to round them up and scrap them.
#7
10 mile range!!:w00t:

This would be great for going to the pub and back:-D

[SIZE="7"]VOTED HOT HOT HOT[/SIZE]
#8
deeyup
10 mile range!!:w00t:

This would be great for going to the pub and back:-D

[SIZE="7"]VOTED HOT HOT HOT[/SIZE]


Lol, I hope for your sake there are no police in your area! It's illegal to ride these on roads in the first place, and it's illegal to drive/ride any vehicle (including a pedal bike) when over the alcohol limit. Depending on the mood of the police, going to the pub and back on one of these would likely land you in jail.
#9
Illegal

[SIZE="4"]GAAAHHH[/SIZE] :x

I would like one if it didnt look so stupid.

Some laws are stupid
#10
ferret1603
Lol, I hope for your sake there are no police in your area! It's illegal to ride these on roads in the first place, and it's illegal to drive/ride any vehicle (including a pedal bike) when over the alcohol limit. Depending on the mood of the police, going to the pub and back on one of these would likely land you in jail.


Oh dammit, we live in such a nanny state, i'll have to stick to my goped (push along version) then!!
Please don't tell me they chuck me in clink for that:w00t:
#11
deeyup
Oh dammit, we live in such a nanny state, i'll have to stick to my goped (push along version) then!!
Please don't tell me they chuck me in clink for that:w00t:


We do indeed :-( I'm not sure if a goped counts as a vehicle or not to be honest!
#12
:thumbsup:

http://ai.pricegrabber.com/pi/7/34/95/73495091_125.jpghttp://

Go-Ped GoPed Electric Scooter | Goped ESR750H Hoverboard
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:) :roll: :whistling:
#13
My kids would love these! (and id sneak a go! haha.) cant believe people moan about kids riding these, better than them tearing about on the real thing like they do near me! And i totally agree with the nanny state comment, what a laugh! is there anything fun left we can do in this country? Not sure but as these are battery powered are they not ok? thought it was just petrol powered noisy ones what got banned?

anywhoo....i want one!
#14
ferret1603
We do indeed :-( I'm not sure if a goped counts as a vehicle or not to be honest!

what, surely not a push scoot?
http://www.goped.com/products/knowped/images/knowped.jpg
#15
a clear image here ( not the same colour as advertised).

http://www.funqueststoreinc.com/image_manager/attributes/image/image_3/36177833_8161826_thumbnail.jpg
#16
DaveB316
My kids would love these! (and id sneak a go! haha.) cant believe people moan about kids riding these, better than them tearing about on the real thing like they do near me! And i totally agree with the nanny state comment, what a laugh! is there anything fun left we can do in this country? Not sure but as these are battery powered are they not ok? thought it was just petrol powered noisy ones what got banned?

anywhoo....i want one!


None of them have been banned, they're just illegal to use on public roads and pavements. It's the same with these too I'm afraid.
#17
I don't know why this has been expired, the offer's still valid.
#18
gw1mcd
These and the like are totally anti-social when used ILLEGALLY on Public Roads, Pavements and Parks etc.Pity we do not have enough Police and Police Transit Vans to round them up and scrap them.


Forget Scrape !?, With the increasing price of Petrol the Police might as well use them ?...... :whistling:
#19
martin1372
Very good price. Several kids in my street have these. I worry that because they are so low people do not see kids on them when reversing cars.


they are illegal anyway - call the police when you see them using them in the streets
#20
I have a Mini Moto which isn't directly the same but is similar and It's completely unrelisable and terribly made.

Saying that it was majorly fast.
#21
JACKXSUP
It's completely unrelisable and terribly made.

Saying that it was majorly fast.


The speed thing is good! There's a higher chance that any chav who buys one will be caught under the wheels of an artic. And then it's another victory for the gene pool! Vote hot and buy immediately to contribute to this important social experiment.
#22
chavtastic
#23
Minimoto's are also not allowed to be used in public!! they really are all pointless unless you are going to just look at them or push them along (then you will look cool) !
#24
emiddleman
Minimoto's are also not allowed to be used in public!! they really are all pointless unless you are going to just look at them or push them along (then you will look cool) !


Monkeys are road legal :)

http://www.brmc.co.uk/erskyteamdax110rs.jpg
#25
brilly;2655747
high weight limit too if you want a shot when the kids aren't looking :)
No, the high weight limit is for the size the fat lazy kids reach taking no exercise riding these things instead of using bicycles like they ought to.
#26
just to clear it up

This article provides the view of Department for Transport on the current situation but should not be taken as definitive legal advice as this is a matter for the courts.

Miniature motorcycles, miniature quad bikes and scooters sometimes known as "mini-motos" or "go peds", which are powered by an electric motor or an engine are, in law, light-weight, powered motor vehicles. They are mostly illegal for road use and can be extremely powerful for their size and capable of travelling at speeds in excess of 40mph.

These types of go peds and powered scooters are generally NOT intended for "highway" use ("highway" includes the pavement as well as the roads). They are NOT suitable - and NOT legal - for road or pavement use, although many users have taken to riding them on the roads and pavements. These vehicles may be used legally on private land, including parks and forests, only with the direct permission of the landowner, which in many cases will be the local authority.

Safety concerns over these small vehicles have increased in recent months culminating with the tragic death of a four year old boy in Belfast. Under age riders/drivers have also been issued with fines as well as motoring penalty points years before they can apply for a driving licence. The machines can be a fun and exhilarating hobby but like ordinary road-going motorcycles, and as powerful machines - potentially dangerous if misused - they must be ridden with caution.
(from dft.gov.uk) and in the last few months even this has changed to be a definate NO!

People, really do NOT waste your money unless you have a lot of land and maybe fancy killing your children
#27
oh and just because i really hate this things

Possible charges if ridden in a public place include:

• Riding without a licence
• Riding without valid insurance
• Riding without a valid MOT
• Not displaying a valid Tax disc
• Driving without due care and attention
• Dangerous driving and in cases of fatalities, Death by dangerous driving
• Endorsement on driving licence
• Fines and prison sentences can be considerable
• Parents can also be charged with 'aiding and abetting' if they permit the illegal use of a motorcycle.
#28
gw1mcd
These and the like are totally anti-social when used ILLEGALLY on Public Roads, Pavements and Parks etc.Pity we do not have enough Police and Police Transit Vans to round them up and scrap them.


Couldn't agree more.

Just the sort of transport used by Chav's kids, before they grow up to be professional car thieves.

They should be seized and destroyed on sight ( and the bikes too !! :whistling:)
#29
rasanh
a clear image here ( not the same colour as advertised).

http://www.funqueststoreinc.com/image_manager/attributes/image/image_3/36177833_8161826_thumbnail.jpg



Could you possibly post a larger image, I just can't quite make this one out.
LOL
#30
Well electric pedal assisted bicycles are road legal and they can propel you up to 15mph- perfect for steep hills or just when you're tired! Though they tend to be expensive- cheapest I've seen is about £500-600.
#31
emiddleman
just to clear it up


Safety concerns over these small vehicles have increased in recent months culminating with the tragic death of a four year old boy in Belfast. Under age riders/drivers have also been issued with fines as well as motoring penalty points years before they can apply for a driving licence. The machines can be a fun and exhilarating hobby but like ordinary road-going motorcycles, and as powerful machines - potentially dangerous if misused - they must be ridden with caution.
(from dft.gov.uk) and in the last few months even this has changed to be a definate NO!



Sadly children die in fishponds every year,
We should pass laws to make fish ponds illegal ?
:thinking:
#32
looks hot

best video i could find ...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yl8so2LDJB0
#33
just found out this:-

There is a recall on the battery chargers for this model.
Go to the razor (manufacturer) website for more information about a free replacement.
#34
goliath
Well electric pedal assisted bicycles are road legal and they can propel you up to 15mph- perfect for steep hills or just when you're tired! Though they tend to be expensive- cheapest I've seen is about £500-600.


With electric pedal assisted bicycles it usually goes on watts so adding say 3 car batteries to make it go 15mph i'm sure would go over the legal limt (can't remember the exact ammount) making it illegal. you could buy one but if it gets seized and destroyed it's your moneys lost!
#35
iansmith;2667503
Sadly children die in fishponds every year,
We should pass laws to make fish ponds illegal ?
:thinking:
Fish ponds have other uses. :roll:
#36
goliath;2667272
Well electric pedal assisted bicycles are road legal and they can propel you up to 15mph.
But they shouldn't be able to do this unless you are also pedalling - the legal ones contain strain gauges in the pedals to control the motor power. This embarrassing toy has no pedals.
#37
Seems like an ok piece of kit in my opinion. Yes, they are illegal in public areas, but ok on private. Though it looks a bit big to put in a car :-S

I think it's a 200W or 250W limit on electric bicycles. Some have strain guages, some don't, to require the motor to activate without pedalling. Ones that I have had won't propel you from a standing start, but if you're moving it'll shove along, though not well uphill.

Seems like a good price for parts maybe, motor, batteries, controller and charger. Disc brakes too. I'm in the mood for bodging an electric mountain board together.
#38
These things are death traps and it is indeed illegal to use them on roads. Thankfully the police in our area impound them on sight and send to the crushers (well the mini moto variety anyway)

Result no more mini motos.....
#39
Cyrus
just found out this:-

There is a recall on the battery chargers for this model.
Go to the razor (manufacturer) website for more information about a free replacement.


can you link me to that i cant seem to find it.
#40
Saw two families have Christmas, and probably the rest of their lives, ruined after buying a mini-moto.

The child who'd been given it lent it to their friend who promptly rode it out from a side street and into an oncoming car. Needless to say, he died. Both children were around 6 years old. We were indoors a 100 yards away but we heard the bang and rushed round. It wasn't a pretty sight.

If you want your child to ride on something fast and fun, take them go-carting to somewhere with a good safety record. Hell, you never know, they may become the next Lewis Hamilton! It's got to be much safer and the initial outlay will be less, though possibly more over time if they get hooked, but they can pay you back when they're famous! ;)

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