Azusa Minibike Kit - 410/350in. x 5in. Front and Back Tire Size
Good Mini-Bike Kit
Thi kit is as described and the shipping time from the manufacturer was respectable. I'll give it a "good" overall with an "average" for value. Kit goes together fairly easily.You'll still have to buy some parts besides the engine to get it going.
July 24, 2009
I am a pro bike builder in MN. I recently purchaced this kit for my nephew, but he got one before I could give him the one I built. I ended up selling the bike I made for $300 more than it cost me to make it. Although I build bikes for a living, you do NOT need that type of experience to build this bike. The directions are very straight forward and it's decently easy to build. Only drawback is that the parts arent exactly top quality. But nevertheless this kit can produce for you a long lasting bike for years to come.
June 20, 2008
i bought this two years ago... it was pretty good. i like it but its very hard to put the braking system together.... it took my 2 weeks not working on it every one of those days.. it is very over priced. it also has very very cheap parts on it
October 10, 2007
When I was a kid my Dad bought this kit or one simular to it. We built it together, and I drove it until i wore the engine out. It was fun to build then and even more fun now. My son is too little to ride, but will grow big soon enough. As a pro bike builder here in SC I knew what to expect. Granted it is no expensive custom, but I had fun building it just the same. the parts were reasonable quality, I chose a more powerful engine, but the suggested engine is ideal. If you assemble this kit carefully, use synthetic oil in the engine, It is my opinion it will last several summers. Its a inexpensive fun thing. Ideal for kids to learn to ride a motorbike. Parents, please buy the helmet and face protection also. Sincerley, JacksDaddy.
April 9, 2007