The all-new AC/DC Electric ATV from Stomp is finally here!!! Now the little ones can learn to ride a quad bike safely, silently in the utmost race-tech style. Engineered with safety and fun in mind, the AC/DC has a parental 3-speed switch to control max speed from 5 mph to 17 mph to stop any would-be joy riders crashing into the nearest fence!!! There are also 3 gears, forward, neutral and reverse.
A quality 36v 800watt DC motor provides the go-go juice, whilst 3 cable operated disk brakes (operated from the handle bars) provide the stopping power. We supply a quality charger with the ATV to charge the high capacity sealed lead acid batteries. The knobbly pneumatic off-road tyres and independent suspension mean that most basic terrain can be tackled with ease. Theres a headlight for night riding (great for the winter months) and a horn to let your neighbours know little Jonny is out there tearing it up!Since 2004 Stomp has been in the innovator leading the field in fun off-road bikes. Theres a reason we are the UKs largest off-road mini-bike brand!! Therefore, with Stomp comes quality, trust, reliability and aftersales support. We also have the largest network of UK dealers who are ready and waiting to support your every need. Please note: Max rider weight 40 kg. Do not attempt to tackle steep inclines. If the ATV becomes stuck, do not continue to apply electrical load as damage may occur to the motor or electronics. Do not attempt to ride in long grass or other heavy undergrowth. Supervision required at all times. 3 x 12V12A lead acid battery. Brake system: 2 front and one rear mechanical disc brake. Dimension:1060mm(L)605mm(W)690(H). HTERN IRELAND, IRELAND OR SCOTTISH HIGHLANDS! The item "STOMP WIRED ELECTRIC KIDS MINI QUAD BIKE, 36V, 3 SPEED SETTINGS, TWIST N GO" is in sale since Tuesday, September 8, 2020. This item is in the category "Toys & Games\Outdoor Toys & Activities\Ride-on Cars\Electric & Battery Powered". The seller is "at-motocross-road" and is located in Bristol, Avon.
This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.