RB200

1 Review

13+

23 mph (37 km/h)

63.5" x 29.5" x 36" (161.3 cm x 74.9 cm x 91.4 cm)

44.5" (1130 mm)

6.3" (160 mm)

154 lb. (70 kg)

200 lb. (91 kg)

56" x 18" x 30" (142.2 cm x 45.7 cm x 76.2 cm)

192 lb. (87 kg)

1.06 gal. (4 L)

87+

0.63 qt. (596 mL)

15W-40

AT19/7-8

AT19/7-8

Disk

196cc, Air cooled, OHV, 4-stroke, 1-cylinder

11 N⋅m @ 2500 rpm

68 mm x 54 mm

8.5:1

TCI

Recoil

Centrifugal clutch

Chain drive

Low pressure tires

  • Parts & Service Readily Available
  • Light weight
  • C-A-L Ranch
  • Camping World
  • Murdoch's Ranch and Home
  • Theisens
  • Walmart

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02/17/2022 12:56 pm

Capable, Versatile, and Sexy

by RogerBikeman

This is a solid little minibike with a lot of versatility. I bought mine from Walmart.
The initial build was pretty straight forward and the manual has lot of good information about getting started on this beast. There were only a few things to put together such as the front wheel and the handlebars. Also, it is easy to work on or modify further because there are not a lot of support bars in the way of the engine.
It's defining features? The seat, cargo rack, and the ride. The seat is very comfortable and feels good on the glutes. While the cargo rack is just large enough to be functional but not get in the way. Regarding how it drives, the wide wheel base and front shocks make it feel very comfortable and stable.
Because of the headlight and general shape, this thing looks good too!