Thumpstars kids range are great bikes to learn to ride on, namely model TSK 50. The TSK 50 is suitable for kids from the age of four to ten years and comes out factory with some great features. Including removable training wheels, which is great for getting started. Lanyard to disconnect the power. Front and rear brakes on the handle bar which makes it simple for kids to use the brakes easily. And electric start which saves the kids kick-starting the bikes which could be a big hassle for kids learning to ride. We believe the TSK 50 is the ultimate Kids Motorbikes. There’s also option to restrict the throttle so the kids cannot go faster than their ability.
The next is the TSB 70cc which is suitable for kids aged six to ten. It is slightly bigger than the TSK 50 but is an affordable option. As it’s the cheapest kids motorbike we have. TSB 70 is one of Thumpstars biggest sellers. The good thing about the TSB 70 is it’s based on a Honda CRF50 and it’s easy to upgrade any parts. A lot of parents start off the TSB 70 with a low seat, and would switch to a high seat as the kid grows. The TSB 70 is a semi-automatic engine, which means it does not need any clutch, so you can just kick-start the bike and go.
Thumpstar will talk about the bigger 110cc kids bikes. The TSB 110 is the affordable 110ccc option but still looks the part with Chartreuse plastics and race striped seat. The TSB 110 kids motorcycle is suitable for kids aged eight to adult, and is a semi-automatic 4-speed which is very easy to ride as it does not require a clutch. The size of this bike is very similar to the likes of a Honda CRF110, Yamaha TTR110, and Kawasaki KLX110.
The final kids motorbike Thumpstar will talk about is the TSK 110. This bike is also suitable for kids aged eight to adult. Many adults buy this bike to also race due to the fact that its size and dimensions are very close to the stock 110cc race class bikes. It also has a triangle/cantilever swing arm. Most importantly, it is a kid’s bike with awesome features like electric start and semi-automatic 4-speed gear box.
Perhaps your first thought was How do I choose the right motorbike for my kid? A great question and one we hope to help guide you to the right conclusion. But first, in order to answer that question you’ll need to answer a few more question.
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