Give Your Kid A Kawasaki Superbike, Safely
Posted at 06:00:00 PM
File under Gifts Entertainment
Author: Mike Werner
Location: Normandy, France
Children love motorcycles, but not many get the chance to ride them because parents think they are too dangerous (even if they themselves ride them).
But if you want your children to get the feel of riding a two wheeler, one that looks like a real motorcycle, here's an idea for you. UK based Kiddimoto have been making bicycles and push-bikes for kids (see related below) and now they have got a replica of Kawasaki's superbike as ridden by Tom Sykes and Loris Baz. It's a training bike, so no pedals.
The bike is made out of wood, has 10 inch allow wheels and the graphics are those of the 30 years of the Ninja. If you want, it also has stickers to make it more like Sykes or Baz's bike.
You'll be able to buy one at your local Kawasaki dealer for around €120. The bike is suitable for kids between 80 and 105 cm height.
Click here to read more about it, or to buy the Kiddimoto Kawasaki Superbike .
If you prefer, you can also get Cal Crutchlow's motorcycle for €149.99/UK£129.99/US$209.99
Click here to read more about Crutchlow's bike or to buy it . Or you can buy it directly on Amazon UK.
But if you prefer to stick to the God of MotoGP, Marc Marquez, you can get that as well:
Same price as Crutchlow's bike. Click here to read more about Marquez's bike or to but it .
Other famous racing bikers have their replica bike; on Amazon UK: Troy Corser and Ben Spies. At the Kiddimoto site itself: Kevin Schwantz , Nicky Hayden , Carl Fogarty , Jorge Lorenzo , Barry Sheene , Joey Dunlop and Evel Knievel
You can buy Nicky Hayden's Kiddimoto on Amazon. Click here to find price or to buy
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Here's a UK based company that makes different motorcycle models out of wood. Choppers, Superbikes, Scramblers and even Scooters for young kids...
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