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Old 01-28-2006, 09:04 PM
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Just wondering if anyone has ever owned/driven one of these mini tyco bikes , I just cant get mine to stay up , well not in my living room anyway :lol: , If i let it go it drives around in circles about 10 times and then gets up and its ready to fall down again. Im only using cheapy AA's but It seems its powerfull enough , maybe its that ?.

Hmm , oh well it was only a few bucks :chug: , I wonder if i will be able to get it driving properly before i have killed it :lol:

Hmm , how much do those ricky bikes weigh ???
And how much are they ;)

Hmm.............;)
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Da Ricky's weigh about 7-8 Lbs. and run around $75 at your local 'Shack. Chris
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My son got a couple of them for his birthday a couple of years ago. They drive okay outside. there isn't any motorcycle you can drive in the house due to how the steering is set up on them.

I have the Jeremy Mcgrath dirt bike which is a bit bigger and I think you can';t beat it for the price.
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I like the Ricky Carmichel (spelling?) since they make upgrades for them. Great choice IMO but do they have them in New Zealand?
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Of course not :lol:
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I had 2 of them, they're great if you can leave well enough alone, which I have a hard time doing, I tore into them and ended up not putting them together. Sounds like you need more room, I couldn't stand mine up inside, but out on the pavement they handle great. I did one up supermoto style before I tore into it, with the knobs cut off the tires and the front fender shortened up. I had a nice little scale motard bike, thing woulnd't run unless it was on pavement though, just spun the tire and fell over if the ground was too smooth.
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