Kuberg 2014 – New Spec, 2013 Prices HeldKuberg has updated its range of electric motorcycles with technical and styling refinements for 2014, but prices will be held at the 2013 levels. Producing models designed for children from 2-12 years old, the Czech manufacturer will introduce electric bikes for teenagers later this year.

All engine control units have been re-mapped so that the electric motors – 500W on the Start and 750W for the larger Trial-E and Cross – delivery smooth and linear power from the moment the throttle is opened. Parents can select one of five different power settings, from as little as 20% up to full power, so that it is appropriate for the youngster’s experience and the conditions. A new kill switch, operated by a magnetic touch pad, is fitted to the handlebars. It can be attached to a lanyard worn around the wrist of an adult while teaching/supervising the rider or around the rider’s wrist, so that the engine is switched off if they take their hands off the bars.

  • For 2014 the Start, which is aimed at 2-5 year old riders, gets an optional seat unit.
  • The seat option is also available for the Trial-E, suitable for children from 5-10 years, which is fitted with black alloy wheel rims and matching bars for this year.
  • Meanwhile the Cross, designed for 5-12 year olds, gets motocross style 16″ x 2.4″ Kenda tyres, black alloy wheel rims and matching bars.

Prices start at £750- including VAT for the Start; the Trial-E sells for £1095- and the Cross is £1195-. The optional seat unit costs an extra £65. Visit www.harglo-performance.com or call 01386 701162 for more information.

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