Where is the on off switch. Says switch needs to be off to charge?
Happy Rider Green Ride-On Dirt Bike
This fun Ride-On Dirt Bike by Happy Rider will surely make your child feel grown up. This battery operated motorbike has training wheels to give you extra comfort while your child zooms away.
ITEM#: 15281177Introduce your child to his or her first vehicle with the Happy Rider 6 Volt Battery Operated Ride-On Dirt Bike Green. The battery-operated dirt bike is covered in bright Green plastic, and it lights up and even plays music. It's easy to drive just press the button on the handlebar and let 'er rip. The bike can move forward only up to 2.5 mph with left and right directional turning. This fantastic looking bike features very light handlebar, ideal for children's hands. It will make your kids the coolest in the area.
- Name/Type: Dirt bike motorcycle
- Materials: Plastic rubber
- Color: Green
- Features: Drives forward, working front light and music On-Off power switch, press button on handlebar to go
- Battery Type: 6 volts
- Battery can run for up to 1 hour on one charge (depending on weight and road condition)
- Recommended Ages: 3 to 8 years old
- Weight Capacity: 55 pounds
- Adult Assembly Required
- Dimensions: 40.1 inches long x 20.9 inches wide x 25.9 inches high
- Weight: 20 pounds
|Manufacturer Warranty||30 day Limited Manufacturer|
|Model Number||JT014 Green|
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I bought this for my sons third birthday....what a mistake. Nowhere does it tell you this bike does not ride well in grass. He was so disappointed!!!! We live on 2 acres with no sidewalks... he spent his birthday having his friends push him around on this bike. It was terrible. Also the sound effects never worked.....another disappointment.Read More
We bought this item for 3 year old birthday. My Husband has a Kawasaki KLR that looks just like this and he wanted one "like" Daddy. My husband unboxed it and put it together. Assembly was not half bad, actually if you know how things work you may not even need the directions! The biggest flaw he noticed with this is the attachment of the handlebar to the fork mount. You are attaching a rond handle bar to a flat surface...it does not take much to see that this attachment point will not work. The handle bar rolls forward and backward. If you decide to tighten it up more with the screw and nut system, you will pull though the plastic sound board that comes with the bike. These two buttons make a pseudo dash board and control the headlight with a toggle switch. I never heard what sounds it is supposed to make b/c it never worked! Also the attachment of the fork to the frame has a lot of play in it! It is just not a sturdy bike. Next they say for kids 5 and up, NO not true! It is made for kids 2-4ish. This age fluctuation is based on when your little on can ride a two wheel bike competently. I never installed the training wheels on this bike and found out it does not have enough power to push a user on the two wheels alone. They need to be going at least 5 mph to keep their balance. The bike does 2.5mph, which they do not tell you! Not enough power for use without training wheels! FYI My guy weighs 30 lbs. Get this if: you want to have your little one on a battery powered dirt bike look a like with training wheels Do not get this if: You want a dirt bike your kid can actually rideRead More
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Hello agemme12, there is a switch located on the handle bar to operate this product. Hope this information was helpful. Thank you for shopping with us!
Can you add a second battery to make it go faster
Thank you for yur question. The Happy Rider Green Ride-On Dirt Bike is not wired to receive two batteries. Have a great day.
Yes, I would like to know how m.p.h does it rides and if it gives reverse.
Hello china1992, this drives forward at 2.5 mph, it does not have reverse. Thank you for shopping with us.
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