Hondaminimoto Sport Racer

Posted: Feb 13 2004, 12:19am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:16pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

Hondaminimoto Sport Racer
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Arriving on store shelves this month is Toy Quest's Honda Minimoto Sport Racer Bike, a personal transportation vehicle designed for the pre-teen demographic.
Toy Quest has partnered with Honda Motorcycles to develop a high performance, electric powered mini motor vehicle. The Honda Minimoto Sport Racer features a realistic design and includes the authentic logos and sponsors of the Honda Racing Team. The bike features real pneumatic tires, front, side and rear safety reflectors, maximum weight limit of 175 lbs, a “quick charging” system, variable speed control, a welded steel frame and a complete set of tools for quick and easy adjustments to the bike. A line of accessories will also be available for both the bike and the rider.
Maximum speed is 10 MPH. Every bike will have a unique “VIN” number stamped into the chassis. Honda Minimoto Sport Racer owners will be issued a certificate of title for their personal vehicle.

The Honda Minimoto Sport Racer will launch at Toys R Us in February 2004 and will retail for $199.99.

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