DIFFERENCES BETWEEN SUPER POCKET BIKES AND MINI POCKET BIKES
When it comes to selecting a new pocket bike, especially if you are new to the sport, it can be very confusing. There are many choices and many classes of motorcycles along with many different manufacturers and companies. This page was created to help you decide which bike is right for you.
When it comes to pocket bike companies, there are many choices... But there is only one RIGHT choice. MiniPocketRockets is the right choice. We carry only the top quality pocket bikes and super pocket bikes that you demand. All of the bikes we carry must meet our rigorous 57-point inspection before shipment. And every one of our bikes has been spec'd out to our requests and parameters.
The smaller pocket bike class is great for serious racers
and beginners alike. These little 2-stroke motorcycles can
rev up to 10,000 RPMs and sustain that level throughout
the entire gas tank of fuel. They are the lightest and most
maneuverable, giving them an advantage on smaller courses
and tracks where turning is essential to winning. They come
with less bells and whistles than the super pocket bikes.
They typically have pull start ignitions and come with no
electrical components. Our lowest priced bike, the Cagllari
Daytona pocket bike, also happens top be the lightest with
the least amount of parts so replacement and repairs can
be minimal, even in the event where the bike sustains damages
from unfortunate encounters. The smaller pocket bikes are
the choice for racers who are racing in heats where there
are class limitations.
The super pocket bikes are the choice for the rider who wants it all. Super pocket bikes provide a more comfortable ride with its cushioned seat and adjustable suspension systems. You also have the added convenience with these super pocket bikes because they offer electric start and kickstands that are built right into the frame.
Super pocket bikes are the most realistic mini motorcycles around. Along with all the features mentioned above, most super pocket bikes also offer headlights, signal lights, horn, keyed ignition systems and sequential manual shifting. Super pocket bikes also add gauges in analog and digital, where applicable.