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Electric Pit Bikes


electric pit bikes
    pit bikes
  • (Pit bike) A pit bike is a small off-road motorcycle originally used for riding around the pits or staging area of a motocross race. Since the early 2000s pit bike racing, a sport similar to motocross, has become popular in the United States, especially in Southern California.
    electric
  • using or providing or producing or transmitting or operated by electricity; "electric current"; "electric wiring"; "electrical appliances"; "an electrical storm"
  • a car that is powered by electricity
  • (of a situation) exceptionally tense; "an atmosphere electric with suspicion"
  • An electric train or other vehicle
electric pit bikes - Go-Ped Riot
Go-Ped Riot Gas Powered Full Suspension Off Road Scooter (Sinister Black)
Go-Ped Riot Gas Powered Full Suspension Off Road Scooter (Sinister Black)
Patmont Motor Werks is proudly kick starting 2007 with the introduction of the Go-Ped Riot. Inspired and bred from the ultra popular and best-selling Go-Ped Trail Ripper GTR46R, the new Go-Ped Riot fulfills demand from pit bike riders for a premium quality, super compact and lightweight, yet low cost off-road bike. Engine: Go-Ped GP460RS Engine Type: 45.7cc air cooled single-cylinder two-stroke Bore and Stroke: 40mm x 33mm Carburetion: Walbro 19mm Maximum Speed: 30 mph Drive Train: Chain Drive / centrifugal clutch Sprocket ratio: 6:98 Chain: #25 heavy duty, non o-ring Frame: Patented heavy Duty 4130 Chromoly aircraft quality steel frame Fork: Extreme Duty 4130 Chromoly aircraft quality steel fork - Double Sided Handlebar: 6061-T6 hardened aluminum ? Aircraft Grade, fitted with slide tube clamp Suspensions: Front: 6in travel CIDLI adjustable suspension with anti-dive geometry - Rear: 6in travel CIDLI adjustable suspension Engine Mount: Patent pending, combination solid aluminum third bearing/clutch housing with easy chain adjusting and chain guard Fuel Tank Capacity: 1.5 liter - patented Wheels: 4.10 x 4 (11? diameter) Carlisle " Badlands knobby pneumatic tires Brakes: Front/Rear Brakes: 5.5 hardened SS disc with Maddog mechanical caliper Foot Pegs: Billet Seat: Gel-filled ultra comfortable Go-Ped® Seat. Adjustable height (27 to 33 from ground to top of seat) Folding: Effortless folding feature for easy storage and carrying Weight: 48 lbs Additional features: Unbreakable fender, Idle/Free wheel capable, Motorcycle style racing handlebars, Pro Clamp, Race Engine, Pro Brake Levers Capacity: 400lbs Dimensions: Length: 48 Width: 18 Height: 36 to handlebar from ground.

Inspired and bred from the ultra popular and best-selling Go-Ped Trail Ripper GTR46R, the new Go-Ped Riot fulfills demand from pit bike riders for a premium quality, super compact and lightweight, yet low cost off-road bike. Weighing at only 48 pounds, it has been designed to provide maximum fun in a hassle free package which can be carried just about anywhere.
Using the patented Trail Ripper adjustable suspension system in the front and rear, it offers riders great off-roading capabilities with 6 inches of travel on each end. Powered by the powerful Go-Ped GP460RS engine geared at 6:98, the rugged and highly reliable Riot gives excellent bottom end and a stock top speed of 30mph. The centrifugal clutch provides for a very user friendly yet thrills-packed ride.
Specifications:


The gas-powered, off-road Go-Ped Riot.
Engine: Go-Ped GP460RS; 45.7cc air cooled single-cylinder two-stroke
Bore and stroke: 40mm x 33mm
Carburetion: Walbro 19mm
Maximum speed: 30 MPH
Drive train: Chain Drive / centrifugal clutch
Chain: #25 heavy duty, non o-ring
Frame: Patented heavy Duty 4130 Chromoly aircraft quality steel frame
Fork: Extreme Duty 4130 Chromoly aircraft quality steel fork; double sided
Handlebar: 6061-T6 hardened aluminum; Aircraft Grade, fitted with slide tube clamp
Suspensions: Front: 6-inch travel CIDLI adjustable suspension with anti-dive geometry; Rear: 6-inch travel CIDLI adjustable suspension
Engine Mount: Patent pending, combination solid aluminum third bearing/clutch housing with easy chain adjusting and chain guard
Fuel tank capacity: 1.5 liters
Estmated fuel economy: 70 MPG
Estimated range: 25 to 30 miles
Wheels: 4.10 x 4 (11-inch diameter) Carlisle Badlands knobby pneumatic tires
Brakes: Front/Rear Brakes: 5.5-inch hardened SS disc with Maddog mechanical caliper
Seat: Gel-filled ultra comfortable Go-Ped Seat. Adjustable height (27 to 33 inches from ground to top of seat)
Dimensions, unfolded: 48 x 18 x 36 inches (L x W x H)
Dimensions, folded: 48 x 18 x 22.5 inches (L x W x H) with seat removed
Weight: 48 pounds
Maximum load: 400 pounds
The Go-Ped Story
Beginning in 1985, Steve Patmont, his wife Hannelore, and two sons Gabe and Tim launched Patmont Motor Werks, creators of the Go-Ped Brand of original folding motorized scooters. They began by building Go-Peds in their Pleasanton California garage for friends and family that just had to have one and it blossomed from there. Knowing the market opportunities were endless for their fun and safe, carefree design, the Patmont family secured a patent and began shopping their invention around to purveyors of yachts and personal aircraft as a light and portable alternative transportation device to extend transportation choices for various commuting and recreation uses.
The Patmont family introduced the patented Cantilevered Independent Dynamic Linkless Indispension (C.I.D.L.I.) in 2005. This revolutionary yet simple and extremely effective suspension system redefined the portable transportation market once again. Off-road enthusiasts and those simply wishing for a more comfortable ride can also experience the amazing benefits of these practical and portable Gopeds.
Today Patmont Motor Werks is the world leader in personal transportation and proudly produces the world's finest portable transportation devices out of it's "enlarged garage," a 70,000 square foot state-of-the-art production facility in Minden, Nevada. The Patmont family has kept PMW strong by constantly innovating new and improved products. In addition to an excellent selection of scooters and carts, the introduction of the ESR750 pure electric GoPed scooter line in 2003 offers a zero emission, transportation device for those wishing to reduce climate change, their carbon footprint, beat the rising prices of fossil fuel, and foreign oil dependence.

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Mark Miller Isle of Man TT Update #10 photo courtesy of John O'Keefe
Mark Miller Isle of Man TT Update #10  photo courtesy of John O'Keefe
First Superbike race in the bag!! After an hour and forty-five minutes later, two pit stops, maximum physical effort, one really close call over a 100mph+ jump, I've come.... 11th! Would you believe that on a true stock Superstock bike, a front treaded DOT tire, rear slick (harder than before), after all the dust settled I came, are you ready for this?, .5, 1/5 of one second, after the entire race, out of 10th overall. Aarrgh!! :) It's all good. My bike was running out of gas near the end of each second lap, in a six lap race, so I was 'jug jug jug' for the last few miles before each pit stop and the final checkered flag. This cost us a top ten. We could have also easily made up another 1/2 second if we poured the fuel a little faster on the refills on each pit stop. I lost time in the first lap trying to get me head back up to speed, I was also getting some dangerous arm pump from the bumpy surfaces. I got stronger every lap, strange. Many of the men just in front of me got slower and I zapped them. Heh heh. I was basically the first Superstock bike directly behind all the full factory Superbikes and top real road racers in the world. I'm happy enough, albeit gutted on the NEAR top ten. There were a couple fallers near the end of the race, two of them I had to swerve aggressively to avoid debris and bodies on the racing line. Ugly ugly stuff. There were so many fans lining the track, a truly awesome sight. A beautiful day, it seemed there were 600 people in each of the 266 corners. Sometimes they wave frantically as you go wizzing by and you wonder what famous dude is just on your arse. That, or are you really doing good enough to deserve such a thing? Apparently, an American dicing for a top ten got a few of the tipsy spectators to egg me onward. Cool. The two remaining American newcomers finished last and second to last. Not sure why. But they came home safe, good on them. The race was very very difficult physically. Riders were wet from sweat at the end, lots of hugs from their mechanics as they pulled into the pits, thanking them for not hurting themselves. I learned a long time ago that the team members are effected greatly when their rider and friend get hurt or killed. The TT is a selfish affair, on the rider's part. That's all I got. Pretty happy, with that slight 'err' for not finding one lousy half of a second in to hours for the top ten. But to be fair, you're never really happy, are you? If it's not a top ten, it's a podium. If it's not a podium, it's a win. If it's not a win, it's a new track record. Racers. Moto Grand Prix World Champion Valentino Rossi was here today with great media fan fare. He was on the radio and nightly television show today....Gobsmacked. As you can imagine his high-pitched clown-like Italian voice, "It's just a, ah, just incredible. I cannot believe it. It's more than scary. I'm so now impressed with John McGuinness for winning. He iz, a, ah a Gladiator. Completely. Unbelievable." Big grins from all within ear shot of his words. We're on for our first electric bike practice on the morrow, then our all important Superstock race later in the evening, which my main bike is optimum for. Wish us luck, I, want, a, friggin, top ten finish. Let's do it. Mark Ps, I sar our MotoCzysz electric bike last night in person for the first time. Seriously, it's beyond expectations. The owner asked me not to tell anyone they've spent $xxx,xxx on it thus far. So, don't tell anyone. Holy hell. I don't have time now to describe everything that's cool about it, just believe me when I say it's clean, sano, perfect, modern, gorgeous, intimidating, compact, expensive, hopefully functional, custom, the works. If it finishes we should win the first ever "eGrand Prix" ever. First practice, first ride ever, tomorrow afternoon. Oh, and he 'started it' up for me this afternoon, it sounded like a loud Tie Fighter from Star Wars roaring through space - just sitting there on it's rear swingarm stand. Yikes! Will it be rideable? (This photo was provided courtesy of IOMTT photographer John O'Keefe. I asked him how fat Mark was going here and John replied: "At this point they are averaging 140MPH and slowing down to about 45MPH for the bridge, then accelerating to 190MPH on the straight past the Sulby Glen Hotel." As Mark would say...FOOK!
Mark Miller Isle of Man TT Update #10 photo courtesy of John O'Keeffe
Mark Miller Isle of Man TT Update #10  photo courtesy of John O'Keeffe
First Superbike race in the bag!! After an hour and forty-five minutes later, two pit stops, maximum physical effort, one really close call over a 100mph+ jump, I've come.... 11th! Would you believe that on a true stock Superstock bike, a front treaded DOT tire, rear slick (harder than before), after all the dust settled I came, are you ready for this?, .5, 1/5 of one second, after the entire race, out of 10th overall. Aarrgh!! :) It's all good. My bike was running out of gas near the end of each second lap, in a six lap race, so I was 'jug jug jug' for the last few miles before each pit stop and the final checkered flag. This cost us a top ten. We could have also easily made up another 1/2 second if we poured the fuel a little faster on the refills on each pit stop. I lost time in the first lap trying to get me head back up to speed, I was also getting some dangerous arm pump from the bumpy surfaces. I got stronger every lap, strange. Many of the men just in front of me got slower and I zapped them. Heh heh. I was basically the first Superstock bike directly behind all the full factory Superbikes and top real road racers in the world. I'm happy enough, albeit gutted on the NEAR top ten. There were a couple fallers near the end of the race, two of them I had to swerve aggressively to avoid debris and bodies on the racing line. Ugly ugly stuff. There were so many fans lining the track, a truly awesome sight. A beautiful day, it seemed there were 600 people in each of the 266 corners. Sometimes they wave frantically as you go wizzing by and you wonder what famous dude is just on your arse. That, or are you really doing good enough to deserve such a thing? Apparently, an American dicing for a top ten got a few of the tipsy spectators to egg me onward. Cool. The two remaining American newcomers finished last and second to last. Not sure why. But they came home safe, good on them. The race was very very difficult physically. Riders were wet from sweat at the end, lots of hugs from their mechanics as they pulled into the pits, thanking them for not hurting themselves. I learned a long time ago that the team members are effected greatly when their rider and friend get hurt or killed. The TT is a selfish affair, on the rider's part. That's all I got. Pretty happy, with that slight 'err' for not finding one lousy half of a second in to hours for the top ten. But to be fair, you're never really happy, are you? If it's not a top ten, it's a podium. If it's not a podium, it's a win. If it's not a win, it's a new track record. Racers. Moto Grand Prix World Champion Valentino Rossi was here today with great media fan fare. He was on the radio and nightly television show today....Gobsmacked. As you can imagine his high-pitched clown-like Italian voice, "It's just a, ah, just incredible. I cannot believe it. It's more than scary. I'm so now impressed with John McGuinness for winning. He iz, a, ah a Gladiator. Completely. Unbelievable." Big grins from all within ear shot of his words. We're on for our first electric bike practice on the morrow, then our all important Superstock race later in the evening, which my main bike is optimum for. Wish us luck, I, want, a, friggin, top ten finish. Let's do it. Mark Ps, I sar our MotoCzysz electric bike last night in person for the first time. Seriously, it's beyond expectations. The owner asked me not to tell anyone they've spent $X50k on it thus far. So, don't tell anyone. Holy hell. I don't have time now to describe everything that's cool about it, just believe me when I say it's clean, sano, perfect, modern, gorgeous, intimidating, compact, expensive, hopefully functional, custom, the works. If it finishes we should win the first ever "eGrand Prix" ever. First practice, first ride ever, tomorrow afternoon. Oh, and he 'started it' up for me this afternoon, it sounded like a loud Tie Fighter from Star Wars roaring through space - just sitting there on it's rear swingarm stand. Yikes! Will it be rideable?

electric pit bikes
electric pit bikes
TB 114cc Bore Kit w RACE head (trx90)
TB 114cc High Compression Bore Kit FOR : TRX 90 - Lightweight aluminum cylinder with steel sleeve (huge weight savings over your stock cast iron cylinder) - Cast in mounts on cylinder for aftermarket skid plates - Oversized cooling fins on cylinder for efficient heat dissipation - High compression 54mm piston with rings, pin, & clips (replaces your low compression dished or flat top piston) - Head gasket kit- High performance race camshaft (for the Race Head only) - Race Head Large valves (25/22mm) and better flow for increased performance. Also has bigger cooling fins. Includes all necessary parts and comes semi assembled - 26mm Mikuni carb assembly. Includes: 26mm carb, intake , heatstop, gaskets, mounting hardware/wrench, Improved Dual Layer Air Filter and long adjustable throttle cable (NEW CABLE IS FOR USE WITH THUMB THROTTLE , twist throttle type is availble) This will make a huge difference in performance over your stock setup and is a very quick and easy upgrade. NOTE TRX90 will not need HV oil pump AND now this kit is set up for drop on install with no case mods with trx90Intake provided will set carb directly to the rear and is 80mm tall overall For Late model TRX90 with Electric start Carb will need to be positioned in a forward manner

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