These Mini Moto 50cc Mini Dirt bikes have quickly become the most popular type of the Mini Moto thanks to their ability to be used almost anywhere. Their ability to handle uneven ground due to its front and rear suspension and chunky tyres it has brought access to a whole new world for the Mini Moto enthusiast.
A close cousin to mini dirt bikes is the mini quad, which is similar to a mini dirt bike aside from the fact that a quad features four wheels instead of two. This means the quad has independent suspension for all four wheels, and the rider sits more securely on the quad. Balance is less of an issue on a quad than it is on a motorcycle, so for the rank beginner, a mini quad may be a wise choice. Mini quads are not street legal, and they can be used for off-road riding or racing.
Gas-powered mini dirt bikes are more powerful than electric bikes. They feature an engine quite similar to that of the larger motorcycles they copy, though the engines are quite a bit smaller. They are also not street legal in most cases, though protective equipment should still be worn while riding. Gas-powered mini dirt bikes feature many of the same component designs as full-sized bikes, such as hydraulic disc brakes and, in some cases, a multi-gear manual transmission. Many mini bikes, however, feature automatic transmissions instead of manual transmissions, making the bike easier to use for novices or small children.
Quality built to European safety standards these Mini Moto 50cc Mini Dirt Bikes have important safety features that you do not find on all Mini Motos 50cc Mini Dirt Bikes including, Safety Cut-Out with tether to stop the bike should the rider become unseated, fully enclosed chain to stop clothing or other items coming into contact with the transmission and front and rear independent disk brakes. The speed can be restricted for inexperienced riders.