A mini bike is a two-wheeled, motorized, off-highway leisure vehicle that became popular in the 1960s and 1970s but has been available constantly since 1959 from a number of manufacturers.
Mini bikes are distinguished from motorcycles and mopeds by their off-highway nature and (in many countries) often fully off-road legal status, as well as their small size. Mini bikes are often equipped with a four-stroke horizontal crankshaft engine, single- or two-speed centrifugal clutch transmissions with chain final drive, 4″ or 6″ wheels, and a short frame/seat height with high handlebars.
Commercially accessible mini bikes are typically fitted with small engines similar to those found on lawn mowers and other utilitarian equipment.
If you’re looking for high performance and speed, the mini bike isn’t for you. However, if you’re a city slicker looking for something that doesn’t take a lot of upkeep and maintenance, this will be exactly up your alley. It’s also a fantastic activity to look into if you enjoy going on rough terrains and exploring on weekends.
Take a look at the following list of Mini Bikes in the world; they are not ranked in any way.
List of Top 20 Mini Bikes in the World
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