Check your state laws. Some require the child to be 16 and have a license before operating a dirt bike. Personally, I wouldn't let my child drive on anything less than 4 wheels. I have seen 2 gruesome accidents involving underage people without experience driving a 3-wheeler and a dirt bike. I have watched my nephew on one and to be honest nothing is truly safe for that age group, but dirt bikes have a lot of tread on the tires and are made for ware and tare. As long as they watch where they are going than everything should be fine. Make sure they wear a helmet, of course you probubly know that, but in some states it is the law. And start with less power and gradually get bigger and better, they can adjust slowly without feeling they are invinceble. you might want to get the special pants and long sleeve shirt, they will protect in the event they were to fall. Look for them in the dirt bike magazines or even at a sporting store.
It depends on the size of the engine. 50cc sounds good.
It depends- smaller, low-power bikes can be purchased for younger children. With the right supervision, instruction, and safety and protection gear, dirt bikes can be a fun activity for children and adults of almost any age.
Yes, completely safe. If your 8 year-old can ride a bicycle, he/she can ride a dirtbike.
it started in the year 1959 in united states..
Ricky Carmichael started racing dirt bikes when he was five years old. Since he was born in November of 1979 it would be safe to say that his racing of dirt bikes started in 1984 - 1985.
dirt bikes are not a "street legal vehicle", and it is legal for a 13 yr old to ride it off-road
Depends on the 11-year old. It does not deend on the eleven year old. it would be to dangerous for them
For a 13 year old it depends on your size and your experience with dirt bikes, but an 85 is usually the best size bike and fastest for a 13 year old. Unless you are really tall which you would need a 125.
Dirt bikes are very safe for 12 year olds.Most the dirt bike riders start off at the ages of 3 or 4.My children ride dirt bikes all the time they started at the ages of 7 and 9.My children are now 11 and 13 and they are never sitting around in the house playing game consoles. Dirt biking is a great way to get active.So if you ask me if dirt biking is safe for 12 year olds.Yes definitely.My children have never had any injurys.And its great for kids to stop sitting in front of the tv.Even if you dont live in the country side you can still get a dirt bike and bring it to the beach or somewhere.
Yamaha makes the best dirt bikes. Kawasaki is also good and the old Honda xr bikes were bullet proof but the new ones are junky.
If he is clearing the table every night, making his bed every morning, and doing his homework neatly and on time, and is reading at least 2 books a month, it might be considered What
I'm guessing about a 200cc, I'm not really sure because I'm into dirt bikes
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'
Yamaha makes the best dirt bikes. Kawasaki is also good. The old Honda xr bikes were good but the new ones are junk along with suzuki which is completely hopeless.
i would say about 5-6 years old
When he was around 5-6 years old
They would have to be in a 90 cc class or lower to race quads. But you can be any age to race dirt bikes.
Its all up to the rider. My dad is 51 years old and he races with teens.
Over 50 percent of all Americans will have riden a dirt bike by the time they are 30 years old.
Yes they do, normally in the primary case. Some dirt bikes and old classics use a magneto.
A motorcylce is a vehicle that is street legal and you can drive on public roads and high ways. A dirt bike is an off-road vehicle used for recreational purposes and/or racing. -tlb Also has the above you do get the trail bikes that have been stripped down for off road use like the old Dt's but to be sure it is not an old trail bike acting as a dirt bike, A proper dirt bike have plastic petrol tanks not metal and the frames are made out of alloy not tubular steel you would need to know this if you were racing your mates on dirt bikes as the dirt bikes can withstand the jumps as the pretend dirt bikes will do the jump bit, but on landing will do considerable damage to the frame which would make it unsafe and dangerous for you and the bike
Depends on where (s)he wants to ride. On private property, special courses - yes. On the road - Double No. Most Dirt bikes aren't road legal to start with. And even if they were, a 10-year old wouldn't get a license. And beyond a certain engine size/power, licences are required.
A quad. well if you're brave enough, any smaller 2 wheel dirt bike. i mean 14 is old enough to ride a lot of different motor bikes