the rear tire tube on a 70cc baja dirt bike is 3.0-12
Baja is my pick personally. Because of its not so good looks and not many pro's ride Baja.
baja 70 dirt bike from Canadian tire its easy to ride and also fun
because it is as fit as a flea
A 70 cc Baja dirt bike can be made faster by installing bolt-on engine options. The intake and exhaust systems are the most basic upgrades and can quickly raise power making the bike faster.
1 000 000 MPH
I clocked mine at 41 mph.
Good information about the dirt bike is that you can ride them when they are not anything to do
i think it goes 40mph or faster
honda 450 r or x
Yes it is great for that and is also good for mudding and riding through creeks and i did stuff to mine to make it go 45 MPH !
about 40mph+ or 50mph+ depending on riders weight
any body that can ride a dirt bike safly and good
No, Baja motorsports does not sell water bikes. They only sell ATV's, dirt bikes, go-karts, minibikes, and scooters. They also sell certain bike parts.
to start the dirt bike you press the red switch on the handle. then make sure the little black lever by the engine is down. then make sure the fuel is open.
over all its really fun and worth the money
you only use mixed oil if its a 2-stroke dirtbike
I think that the best pocket bike for a beginner might be the baja doodlebug. It goes a good speed for a beginner and it can also help teach them about engines and upkeep of a bike. Baja is a very good brand too.
I would probably have to say that baja dirtbikes are the cheapest...they arent as good as Honda Or suzuki or anything like that but they are pretty good and pretty cheap...go on baja motorsports.com and they will show you all the different dirtbikes they have
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Ive had mine up to 45mph but it depends on the riders Wait and terrain
They are made for 1 thing, protecting your feet while riding a dirt bike.
There is not a timer on the dirt bike itself, you have to take it to a retailer and have them plug a machine into the computer of the dirt bike, it will display how many hours (off brands such as baja generally dont have the computer capability to read out how many hours are on the bike) for a street bike, you have to apply generally the same process
Just save your money and look for a decent used bike for a first bike. There are lots of good used dirt bikes if you know what to look at when buying a bike.