Brag about your Cheap MX Bike
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Why would you brag about your Cheap MX Bike ? Because your the best bargain king – getting more bang for your buck than any other rider – that’s why.
For those used to laying out thousands of dollars for a motocross bike, the concept of buying a new cheap MX bike for under $1,000 seems very suspicious. It is perfectly legitimate because the bikes deliver from China and in some cases, shipping, handling and setup might add a few hundred dollars.
Working with dealers that you know and getting a warranty that will be honored is a benefit that cannot be beat. Ask for a copy of the warranty before ordering and compare it to others. Skip the hype that mentions the dangerously demon fire-engine red paint that will make the bike move faster than any other ever created and go straight to the box that lists all the details.
What are the qualities that make it worthwhile to brag about your Cheap MX Bike ?
Consider who is going to ride the bike because sometimes it is better to go for a used dirt bike. If you are considering a 2-stroke, there are new and used parts available for any piece and in some situations, upgrades are available. Plastic and graphics, as well as paint and a new chain, can make a used bike look almost new. If a child is going to ride the bike or a new rider of any age, used might be the best answer for two major reasons:
1. Accidents always happen.
2. The love of riding does not always happen.
Take a knowledgeable neutral third party out with you if you decide to look around because it is easy to take a liking to a particular bike that is not at all suited to the prospective rider and the friend can keep you focused on the primary intent of why you are looking.
It is also a benefit to get a second opinion on the purchase price or the possible price of parts and repair. Remember, dad and mom, someone has to teach the new rider how to care for the bike, so be sure there is room in your calendar for mechanic instruction.
At the very least, the new rider should be familiar with the following maintenance procedures for an expensive or cheap MX bike:
• Checking, cleaning or replacing the air filter
• Verifying spokes and bolts are secure
• Checking chain tension and lubing when necessary
In addition, teach the rider how to check the following and things to watch for:
Tire pressure, coolant level, brake pads, cables, radiators, controls, oil in the gearbox and engine (if that applies), sprockets, spokes and chain.
You can now brag about your Cheap MX Bike with confidence, as you’ll have the knowledge of how your bike REALLY works.
One way to keep the price down on a cheap MX bike is to consider and compare differences and ask what benefits can be disposed of. For instance, how important is an electric start? Two other items to consider are the 5-speed tranny, which probably is not essential, and the extra wide foot pegs when a child will be riding the bike.
On the other hand, a kill switch adds a safety feature for any age because it is faster to stop the engine during an emergency. Of course you’ll still want to keep some little aftermarket extras on your motorbike so you can brag about your Cheap MX Bike and your buddies can check-out your two-wheeled bling.
Tools sized for the rider are an extra expense that is worthwhile. Take a moment to engrave initials on each socket and wrench. Absolutely get the best safety gear possible. Make time to go on trail rides and out to the track, instilling the fun and excitement found in the sport of motocross.
Brag about your Cheap MX Bike . Whats cool about bargain value and cheap offroader rides.
Tons of riders love the cheap thrills of non-branded inexpensive bikes. What model do you have? Is it stock or have you spent tons of cash on it? Brag about your chinese dirtbike or wild thumpstar ride and tell us all about it here.
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we purchased this bike at the time for me(10 years old) and my brother (13 years old) we both rode it for about a year. for about three years the bike …
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