When you decide to buy a Razor electric dirt bike, there are several types of dirt bikes available. When it comes to high performance electric toys, no one does it better than Razor. Now, we are going to take a closer look at the different models of Razor electric dirt bikes between Razor MX500 VS SX500. Let’s take a quick look at these Razor electric dirt bike review.
Authentic dirt bike frame geometry and a high-torque, variable speed motor deliver a super-charged experience. Large tires ensure a smooth ride and maximum power transfer for climbing those dirt hills ahead. The Razor MX500 Dirt Rocket is a battery-powered dirt bike that comes with an authentic frame geometry and a high-torque, variable speed motor. It is advertised as suitable for kids aged 14+, but many parents seem happy to buy them for younger children. The MX500 can carry riders up to 175 lbs at speeds of up to 15mph and is equipped with large 14″ and 16″ pneumatic knobby tires for maximum power transfer. Since the bike is electric, the motor is super quiet and is unlikely to upset your neighbors in the same way that a gas-powered bike might. The high torque motor allows you to reach speeds of up to 15 mph using the variable speed throttle. As you would expect of a kids replica dirt bike, the throttle and brakes (front and rear) are both hand-operated.
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SX500 with authentic MX frame geometry and faithful reproduction of Jeremy McGrath’s big bike offer you the perfect product for your little champion! Motorcycle-spec tires with front and rear specific tread, disc brakes and dual suspension make this electric ride ready to rock the dirt. Razor products have populated neighborhoods across the U.S., but they don’t stop where the sidewalk ends. With the Dirt line, Razor introduced off-road rides for those who aren’t afraid of the dirt. The SX500 McGrath, is a scaled down, electric powered dirt bike with authentic dirt bike frame geometry and Supercross-inspired styling. With a high torque motor, large, knobby tires, dual suspension and speeds up to 15 miles per hour, you’ll leave others in the dust, literally. It’s recommended for ages 14 and older and will support a rider up to 175 pounds. The buyer and rider of the Razor SX500 are responsible for knowing and obeying all local, state and federal regulations regarding the riding and use of all Razor electric vehicles and scooters.
Both products above have almost similar specifications. For children who need a little more power, Razor MX500 is the right choice. It’s weighing 98 pounds, but uses three 12-volt batteries instead of two to power the motor. This allows the MX500 to travel up to 15 miles per hour, even with heavier occupants. This motor will run a little longer as well, or up to 40 minutes with a single charge.