12 April
Monday, 12 April 2021 Canterbury Vehicles & Parts

Applying an extra pulse to its advanced e-mobility line-up, KTM is proud to release the KTM FACTORY REPLICA STACYC 12eDRIVE, 3-5 year old, and 16eDRIVE, 5-8 year old, electric balance bikes internationally. Available across KTM’s dealer network, these two thrilling mini machines will allow juniors to unearth a fantastic new experience at their earliest age.
The practicality and the versatility of electric power provides the perfect entry-level platform for the smallest of potential bikers. Kids can revel in the excitement of power-assisted speed and the raw instincts of motorcycling thanks to the KTM FACTORY REPLICA STACYC 12eDRIVE and 16eDRIVE electric balance bikes.

KTM FACTORY REPLICA STACYC - MODEL HIGHLIGHTS // Sturdy, lightweight aluminum frame -> easy for children to pick up & handle // Three progressive power modes -> first experience of powered speed // Safe, thermally protected 20V battery -> 30-60 mins run time & 45-60 mins charging time // 33 cm & 43 cm seat heights -> age ranges from 3 to 8 // Steel, BMX-style forks, BMX-styled chain &freewheel // Multi-functional throttle with ride mode display & battery level // Race Replica aesthetic with tapered footrests and ergonomics.
Pre order yours now for delivery in June.
12eDRIVE - $1259.00
16eDRIVE - $1660.00
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