KTM has released its Factory Replica StaCyc electric balance bikes for younger riders, months after the manufacturer introduced the motorcycles.
Available across KTM’s dealer network, these two machines will allow youngsters to get started in motorcycling at the earliest age.
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The KTM StaCyc 12eDrive is the ideal starter for youngsters, typically between 3 – 5 years of age. Featuring 12” wheels with pneumatic tires and a low 33 cm seat height, it allows riders to learn to push or coast with confidence before graduating to the 3-level powered mode.
It weighs less than 8kg, boasts an aluminium frame and BMX style forks. KTM’s 16eDrive is for slightly taller riders or those with more miles, aimed at 4 – 8 years or a 45 – 61 inseam measurement.
The bike has a high-output motor that is slightly more powerful than its smaller brother. It is fitted with larger 16” wheels and provides an increased 43 cm seat height. Both models offer quick charging and roughly 30 – 60 minutes of run-time for an exceptional amount of fun, along with hours of hand-eye coordination and outdoor exercise.
The KTM Factory Replica StaCyc 12eDrive and 16eDrive electric balance bikes are available at KTM dealers from February, 2021 onwards. Prices for the bikes are £778.32 for the 12” and £859.92 for the 16”.