Table of Contents
110cc pocket Bikes
50cc pocket bikes
Bicycle clothing
Bicycle rims & wheels
bike buying tips
bike survival kit
BMX biking
cycling clothing
custom pocket bikes
customizing bicycle rims
Exercise bikes & working Out
exercise bikes to suit every budget
road bike frames
cherokee county bike park
BMX racing
bicycle seats
mountain bikes
choosing the proper bicycle
cheap pocket bikes
the best bicycle frame
bike racks
performance parts
nikura michizo
la flech 2006 results
led bike light safety
lowrider bike history
mountain bike frames
mountain bike riding style
mountain bike buying guide
mountain bikes for exercise
winter park colorado
mountain bike equipment
Optimal performance from pocket bikes
pocket bike's parts
pocket bike racers
pocket bike racing
pocket bike safety tips
minature motor bikes
giro d. italia
strengh Training for cycling
acheivements display
bike rack buying guide
value thru and thru
biker styles
why is my bike so slow
world wide appeal

Value Through And Through

Many motorcycle enthusiasts agree that pocket bikes "Motorcycle Works of Art."  Pocket bikes are at their best in sports competition, as the increasing number of races has shown.  Pocket bikes provide all the thrill of MotoGP racing.  Pocket bike racing is also the most affordable motor sport.  Some even claim that the very fine riding skills like balance, self-control, agility, and fast reaction time required for pocket bike racing is proving helpfull in learning to use full sized motorcycles on open roads as well.


Transportation is eay since at only 38-47" long and less than 50 lbs, they can be transported without any additional support equipment, even in a car trunk or backseat!  Pocket bikes can be raced in parking lot competition or on Go-Kart Tracks, and you won’t be alone since this is one of the fastest growing motor sports in the world.


These bikes are suitable for any age 16 and up, to the 300 lbs adults, though obviously what type of bike you would give each varies greatly.  There are smaller pocket bikes designed for younger children, but caution should still be used.  Pocket bikes are the thoroughbreds of minimotos and are therefore intended for competition. They are designed for racing and private land only, not for highway use.  A helmet, protective gear, gloves and good shoes should be worn at all times during their operation to minimize the chance of injury. Children under 18 should operate these or any other motorized devices only under the strict supervision of an adults.


Several international MotoGP Champions started their careers with Pocket bike racing. The best example is Valentino Rossi.  He was Italian Pocketbike Champ twice before becoming 125, 250, 500 and several time 1000cc MotoGP World Champ.  Thomas Luethi is the first Swiss Pocketbike Junior Champion that made it into the Moto World Championship.  He was followed by others, such as Vincent Braillard. There is no doubt that there will be more Swiss top riders to come, the Swiss Pocketbike Championship being one of the best providers.