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EGL A12 PRO 150 - Manual Clutch 5 Speed Adult Dirt Bike

Regular price $2,447.99 USD
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If you are looking to upgrade from your 50 or 125cc bike, but don’t quite want to get a 250cc quite yet, this is the perfect middle ground dirt bike.  Perfect for beginners and those with a little more experience under their belt, the RPS 150cc Viper is like adding a little turbocharge to a 125cc engine. But moving from a 125 to 150cc engine is still quite a difference.  Slightly higher than normal top speed of 55 MPH, but the biggest difference is really felt in the acceleration. The Viper can go really fast, really quickly! It’s a lot to manage if you’re not used to an engine that can output this much power. But, after the learning curve is tackled, going back to a smaller engine is nearly impossible. If you’re looking to make that jump in class, definitely start here—this bike is killer to cut some dirt with your friends.



Engine: 150cc, air cooled electric start and kick start

Gear: 5 gear, manual clutch

Carburetor: Nibi 28mm

Battery: 12v/4Ah

Chain :520#; Front: 13T, Rear: 43T

Frame: Patented design steel reinforced frame

Swingarm: Patented new design reinforced

Triple clamps: CNC clamps

Suspension: Front: 51/54-810mm inverted/upside down

Rear shock: 450mm damping shock with linkage

Brake system: front and rear disc 220/220mm

Wheel: alloy wheel, 21-18 inch

Tank capacity: 6.3L

Seat height : 900mm

Wheel base: 1360mm

Ground clearance: 320mm

GW/NW: 127/108 KGS

BIke size:2140X810X1140mm

PACKING SIZE: 1740x500X880mm

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 1 review
    James Quickle
    150 A12 EGL

    Unfortunately, this dirt bike had rivet sticking out of the back tire and the right foot peg had a compression spring and mot a return spring in it. Which caused the foot peg stay forward and not return. The bikes manual refers to a water cooled engine, which mine is air cooled. No real specs in the manual on full assembly of the bike nor videos I found on their website. Bike seems to run good and for the most parts seems to be pretty good.