pocket bikes are very fast. A 50cc pocket bike would bring you much over 30 mph and some pocket bikes can even go over 60 mph.
Yes, the only bike my parents bought me was 50cc when I was five and I'm 17 now and have 5 bikes over the years. So, yes it is legal, but if you do don't be jerk and take advantage of the kid.
any scooter or moped that is over 50cc requires insurance. if it is under 50cc, it is recommended by some that you get insurance but that would be a waste and is not necessary. it depends on your feelings about it though. CORRECTION: Any scooter that Equal to, OR Less than 50cc, does not require a license nor insurance in most states.
If it is under 50cc, has lights and such, and has a seat height of 25", then no. Over 50cc and is must have a title and you have to have a motorcycle license and insurance.
And can police pull you over for driving on a gravel road, with a dirt bike?
If it's over 50cc, is registered, insured, and you have a motorcycle license, then yes.
Over 50 percent of all Americans will have riden a dirt bike by the time they are 30 years old.
Depends on what you are looking for. Used or new, small or large, woods or motocrosser. You can pick up a decent used dirt bike for as little as $1500, while new race bikes can run close to, and some over, $10,000.
20" or 24" wheel bikes may be suitable. 24" bikes will be better for getting around but are not true BMX's (street trick or dirt race bikes) True BMX bikes are measured in Top Tube Length- all BMX's hav00e approximately the same standover. 24" BMX bikes are considered "dirt cruisers" with the exception of a handful of street trick bikes made for adults over 6'
Not bad , my friends have 90cc trail bikes ..............Do great and easy to handle with power lift over .
i would say faster bikes, and daredevils with bigger jumps, and kids starting at young ages
dirt bike goals are to wake up nehbors in the middle of the night ,run old people over and be like jermy magrath ,brian deegen and travis pastrana
you could buy a cheap second hand bike, or a Chinese mini dirt bike for no more than £600. but if you go for quality Japanese bikes you will pay a little over £1000. http://www.dirtbikefanatic.com/cheap-dirt-bikes.HTML
Yes, anything over 50cc you need a motorcycle licence. You must be over the age of 15.
Depends. Over a certain horsepower, bikes have to be legally approved for road use. Brakes, indicators, insurance...
you have to be 16 yrs old or over to ride a 50cc motorized bike It depends on where you are riding it and the type of bike you are riding. For powered bikes such as petrol trial or dirt bikes you can usually ride them at a younger age on private property (with the land owners permission) that the general public does not ordinarily have access to. For riding on the roads or where the general public have access you need to have a license and a road legal bike so check the laws in your region to be sure. You can find more at: http://www.kidsmotorbikeinfo.com
16 years old for 50cc or smaller,over 50cc you must have a valid drivers licence
No way of knowing this, several amateur racing deaths over the years are not kept up with. Why all of this obsession with deaths and dirt bikes?
Over 50cc to 125cc
It is highly dependent on the situation honestly.Dirt bikes can go faster and further than a horse, people can also become very complacent about how 'safe' dirt bikes are. People are also to likely ride the dirt bike on a main road where they would not venture with a horse. People often flip the bike, get run over, or have accidents on dirt bikes. There is an average of 245 deaths per year from dirt bikes alone and an estimated 4,462 per year for all motorbikes.Horses are large animals with a flight instinct and don't always act predictably. A horse can buck, rear, bolt or flip over in an instant if they feel threatened. They may also go on the attack either on purpose or out of fear and hurt a human. There is an average of 100 deaths per year caused by horses in all activities.
any thing over 50cc
50 mph and over
An XR650R honda will do triple digits if geared right. It has been said than on the beach and paved sections of the baja 1000 that this bike will do over 100 mph.
Yes you need a class E license to drive any scooter that is 50cc or less, over 50cc's requires a motorcycle endorsement
The speed of the engine is defined as the maximum revolutions per minute of the crank, which would depend on engine design. 50cc chainsaws can rev to over 14,000rpm. The maximum speed of a vehicle with a 50cc engine would depend on its weight, the gearing, the fuel and the environment it is being ridden in. It is possible to tune a 50cc engine in a motorcycle to go over 100mph - but at the cost of engine longevity.