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EAN-130852087005139   EAN-13 barcode 0852087005139
UPC-A852087005139   UPC-A barcode 852087005139
Product NameMM-B80 Youth Mini Bike (Black)
CategoryOutdoor
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Price New399.99 US Dollars    (curriencies)
Price Used339.99 US Dollars    (curriencies)
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Features
  • Engine Displacement: 79.5cc OHV, Rated Power: 2.5 hp, Starter Type: Pull, Transmission Type: Automatic
  • Brake Type: Disc Brake, Wheel Size: 14.5 x 7-6, Seat Height: 24", Wheel Base: 36.5"
  • Top Speed: 23 MPH, Max Rec Rider Weight: 150 lbs
  • Heavy Duty Overhead-Valve (OHV) Engine, Adjustable Handlebars, Super Grip Tires
  • Rear Disc Brake, Rugged, Reinforced Frame, Tough, No-Dent Polypropylene Fenders, Large Comfortable Seat
Long DescriptionMake next weekend epic with our affordable and popular classic mini bike. It's just like the ones we used to have in the good ol' days, only safer and easier to ride. Its 80cc overhead valve engine and automatic clutch ensure easy operation, while its rugged steel frame and no-dent fenders provide the toughness you need to conquer the outdoors. All of our mini bikes come pre-assembled. Just attach the handlebars, add gas and go!
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