Upgraded custom oset electric trials bike

Discussion in 'Trials' started by triplewhipper, Oct 14, 2011.

  1. ridenm

    ridenm Long timer

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  2. arapaho

    arapaho Been here awhile

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    They keep adding 4" every 2-3 years. We're not far from full-size now boys. I for one cannot wait.

    In fact, since I already ride a 20" bmx bike at the local jumptrack, I suspect this 20" size with a longer frame, and with some bigger batteries and stronger motor would move my larda$$ around just fine.

    very very cool. And that 10 year old kid has some skillz, no?
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  3. FINNDIAN

    FINNDIAN Mine goes to 11

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    cool bike. I'm just in the process of picking up a 36v for my 6 year old. cant' wait.
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  4. Yellow Pig

    Yellow Pig Allergic to Asphalt!

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    Awsome!

    How much weight can it handle?
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  5. djones745

    djones745 Been here awhile

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    So cool- wish I would've started my kids on one of these
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  6. ridenm

    ridenm Long timer

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    So far all I've found is this. Age 7-13. Not full production yet, as far as I can tell.
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  7. heliyardsale

    heliyardsale Always looking for Dirt!

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    If anyone is interested, I have a brand new 2011 12.5 still sealed in its original crate (my last leftover 2011) I'll sell it for $850.00 plus $65.00 shipping to the lower 48. PM me if interested. The bike is located in CNY.

    Doc Mike
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  8. omnivore

    omnivore SuperSportTourer

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    We wish OSET made adult sized 60V bikes. My son is finally too big for his 12.5, so I guess we will sell it and look for a 16.

    He can't wait!

    I too would like to find out more about a battery that may add more power, and definitely more ride time, but it would have to be clean and safe.
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  9. triplewhipper

    triplewhipper Adventurer

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    This Bike is for sale now as my son has moved up to a 20" oset now, comes with two sets of batteries and the stock Hydraulic brakes off the 2013 20" bike

    see my ad in the flea market

    Thanks

    $2300 OBO

    the fork cost over $900 alone and is far superior to the stock options on osets bikes I even plan on upgrading the Fork on the new 20"

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  10. triplewhipper

    triplewhipper Adventurer

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    this bike is not quite as souped up as the other one I have for sale

    this is the 2008/9 model oset 16" with the 24v motor, takes 2 batteries and is by far the lightest of the 16" bikes because of this!
    I upgraded the rerr shock to a Fox Float air shock which makes it much better for kids to ride - more responsive and really helps with traction when riding trials!
    It has a 4 piston grimeca front hydraulic brake also.

    Runs great but may need a new charger soon as the wire on this charger has been electrical taped twice! they are $14.00 I think from oset
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  11. machalooney

    machalooney Been here awhile

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    My 3 year old son, Wyatt, learning the throttle... Once we take to obstacles and such, I could see the purpose of upgrading. For now, it's just fine for a 3 year old.

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    Here is what Mom looks like while watching - :eek1
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