Pocket bikes were first popularized in Europe as specialized racing motorbikes. In 2004, Razor's Pocket Rocket revved-up the trend across the U.S., inviting thrill seekers to enjoy the ride. Featured in Time and
Sports Illustrated for Kids , the blue Razor Pocket Rocket is an electric-powered replica of a real racing pocket bike. Start up your engine and hit the streets with the electric blue Razor Pocket Rocket, a scaled-down street bike that's perfect for cruising the cul-de-sac. With a high-torque motor, speeds of up to 15 miles per hour and the slick, aerodynamic design, this Pocket Rocket is ready for racing.
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