It is completely natural to ask which manufacturers exist in terms of machines for the little ones – ages 3-9.
In my opinion, there are not too many serious manufacturers for that age group. There are quite a few motorcycles available, but the quality is just not great. It bears mentioning, however, that price and quality often (but not always) go hand-in-hand.
I have chosen to focus on 4 manufacturers, which I believe to be serios players on the market for small electric bikes. I have not considered machines with combustion engines. Some manufacturers produce machines for others, such as Torrot, who produce machines for GASGAS.
OSET Bikes can probably be considered the first and largest brand in the field of electric motorcycles within MX, Supermoto, and Trial. OSET bikes produce machines from 12.5” as the smallest and up to 24″ machines for adults. There is a large selection of machine sizes and types. OSET is clearly the most widely available brand, and there are lots of their small bikes around.
Mecatecno is an old and well-known Trial motorcycle brand, which was recreated in 2011. Mecatecno manufactures electric Trial motorcycles only, from the smallest at 12.5″ and up to Trial Motorcycles for adults. The brand is not as widely available as OSET, although the machines are great. The machines are very similar to OSET, and the two are similar in many ways.
Even though Kuberg has been around for a few years by now, the brand is still relatively unknown. Kuberg produces several models of electric motorcycles, from the very small 12.5″ bikes to larger competition machines. The model selection is wide, including Trial, MX, and Supermoto, as well as special bikes for Trail.
The quality is good, and the components are great, even though the price is often lower than the competition. Kuberg also offers the option of APP integration with its motorcycles, enabling the speed of the motorcycle, torque curve, etc. to be controlled from a smartphone.
This is another new and exciting player in the market for small electric motorcycles. Torrot is normally known for their program of electric scooters for adults, but now they are also making motorcycles for children. The machines have a slightly different build with a smaller wheel size than the competition, but then again, they are intended for use by children between the ages of 3 and 9. The model program offers machines for both Trial, MX, and SuperMoto.
This is another manufacturer, who utilizes the option of integrating the machines with the user’s smartphone.
All 4 manufacturers supply good, solid machines, all of which have their strengths and weaknesses. Common to all of them is the fact that they are sensible purchases. At that point, as a buyer your preferences will cause you to prefer one brand over another.
You may want to book a test ride at a dealership or maybe let your child try several different brands, models, and sizes.