Traditional pit bikes are diminutive motorcycle-like vehicles that are made for both off-road and on-road riding. These vehicles were initially used for riding around the staging areas, or "pits," at motocross races. Any vehicles that traverse "pits," such as bicycles, can also be labeled pit bikes. Pit bikes are commonly used for competitive racing in a sport similar to motocross. Pit bike racing has a large following in the US and abroad, but it has has gained a lot of popularity in Southern California.
The Go-Ped Riot 46 is the latest pit bike from Go-Ped; it is an upgraded version of the much sought after Go-Ped Riot 29. The largest improvement is the Riot 46's upgraded power plant and tires. It also sports a patented Trail Ripper adjustable suspension system in the front and rear that offers riders improved off-road capabilities with 6" of travel on each end. On top of that, the gel-filled seat is adjustable to fit specific rider requirements;
The Riot 29 also houses a large assortment of accessories, including a 4.5 HP GP460RS gas powered engine that allows the Riot 46 to reach top speeds of around 30 mph, a 4130 Chromoly aircraft quality steel frame, motorcycle style "Tim Patmont bend" racing handlebars that fold and lock for effortless transport and storage and 4" x 11" Carlisle "Badlands" knobby pneumatic tires come standard.
The Riot 46 has the advantage of being both lightweight (it only weighs around 48 lbs) and high powered, making this a portable option for consumers, it can be carried practically anywhere. This pit bike was made entirely of quality materials, yet it is competitively priced for a machine of its class.
Twenty years ago, Go-Ped initiated the motorized scooter craze. Ever since, they have been designing the most high-end, innovative and refined vehicles on the market. This company is a leader when it comes to personal and recreational vehicles. All Go-Peds are made in the United States and are world renown for their excellence.
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