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MINIMOTO SPORT RACER™
Contents
MINIMOTO SPORT RACER™
Owner’s manual and safety information
Warnings
Electrical hazard
Vehicle assembly and set up
Page
2
3-5
6
7-8
Brake adjustment
9
Battery charging information
10
Steps to charge batteries
11
Battery care
12
Riding rules
13
Pre-ride checklist
14
Riding your MINIMOTO SPORT RACER™
15
Special safety warnings
16
Periodic brake adjustment
16
Tire inflation procedure
17
Tire repair
18
Replacing the fuse
19
If you lose the keys
19
Drive belt adjustment and replacement
20
Replacing the battery
21
Battery disposal
22
Troubleshooting
23 - 24
Limited warranty and registration policy
25
Registration card
26
Appendix — spare part list
27 - 28
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WARNINGS:
4) The MINIMOTO SPORT RACER™ is
designed to run on clean, flat, dry, and
This product is meant for outdoor use only generally hard surfaces by children over 8
and only on private property. Never ride
years of age. It should never be used on
your MINIMOTO™ on sidewalks, public
gravel or grass.
streets, alleys, or other public roads or
thoroughfares. It must never be ridden in 5) The rider of a MINIMOTO SPORT
any area that could potentially do harm to RACER™ should always wear appropriate
footwear. Open-toed shoes should never
humans, animals, or someone’s property.
be allowed. Keep shoe laces and pant
Never ride around the vicinity of small chil- legs away and clear of the wheels.
dren who may enter your path.
6) The rider must wear a safety helmet,
Special notes for supervising adults of
elbow pads and kneepads to avoid injury
the rider:
from falling. Failure to wear a standard,
approved helmet may result in serious
1) The decision to allow a rider to ride the
personal injury or death.
MINIMOTO SPORT RACER™ must be done
with the permission of a directly supervis- 7) The MINIMOTO SPORT RACER™ is
ing adult. The directly supervising adult
never to be ridden by more than one permust read and follow all of the contents of son at a time. In addition, it is not
the owners manual before making this
designed to pull or tow anything behind it,
decision.
as it may result in serious damage to the
2) The rider must have previous experience in riding two-wheeled vehicles without
training wheels before attempting to ride
the MINIMOTO SPORT RACER™. It is the
responsibility of the supervising adult to
ensure the rider has the specific talent,
physical ability, and training before allowing
him/her to ride the bike.
3) The MINIMOTO SPORT RACER™ is
never to be ridden indoors. Indoor flooring
and carpets can be damaged from abrasive contact with the tires. The manufacturer will not be responsible for any indoor
damage if the MINIMOTO SPORT RACER™
is used in this manner.
motor or internal parts. Do not exceed the
maximum capacity of 175 lbs (80 kg).
8) The MINIMOTO SPORT RACER™ cannot
be used on wet surfaces or in wet weather.
Never immerse any part of the MINIMOTO
SPORT RACER™ in water. Moisture can
damage the motor, switches, and drive
components.
9) The MINIMOTO SPORT RACER™ should
never be ridden in mud, puddles, water,
ice, or on slick surfaces.
10) The electric motor can become hot
when in use. Do not touch it at anytime
and handle it carefully.
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MINIMOTO SPORT RACER™
VEHICLE ASSEMBLY AND SET
UP:
3) Rotate the two handlebars into position
(Fig 3). NOTE:
CAUTION: The included tools to set up
Rotate the handlebars
and charge the MINIMOTO SPORT RACER™ inward or outward to
should be used by an ADULT ONLY. The
adjust the size and
Fig 3
package contains some small parts.
driving position.
Keep away from small children.
Moving them outward will give you more
room between your knees
1) Completely
and your hands.
remove the
MINIMOTO SPORT
4) FIRMLY TIGHTEN the hanRACER™ from the
dlebars using the tool as
package. Position
shown (Fig 4).
it upright and supWARNING: The handlebars
port it by moving
must not be able to move
Fig 1
the kick stand to
when riding! ALWAYS test
the lower position
(Fig 1).
2) Find and identify the following tools.
(Fig 2)
Screw Driver
the handlebars before riding to make sure
they will not slip, rotate, or be forced from
their desired position. If the handlebars
move when riding, it is possible to loose
control
and fall.
Allen Key
Tire Valve
Connector
Fig 2
Fig 4
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MINIMOTO SPORT RACER™
5) Adjust the
throttle by rotating the lever into
Fig 5
OFF Position
ON (Full Speed) Position
F ig 6
8
a comfortable
position (Fig 5) .
Use the Allen Key
to release the
screw. Once the
throttle is correctly adjusted (Fig
6) , fasten the
screw back on
using the Allen
Key.
6) Unscrew the
fuse cap (Fig 7) ,
and place the
fuse in the holder. And tighten
the cap.
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7) Replace the Seat and tighten the two
screws.
MINIMOTO SPORT RACER™
BRAKE ADJUSTMENT:
IMPORTANT! You must adjust the hand
brake before attempting a ride on your
MINIMOTO SPORT RACER™.
Brakes may need to be adjusted over time.
Minor brake adjustments can be obtained
by tightening or loosening the brake adjustment located next to the hand brake (Fig
8). Start the motor and try the brake to
Fig 8
see if it works properly before riding.
adjustments, use a wrench to loosen the
If brakes nut that secures the brake cable to the
rear wheel (Fig 9). When the nut is loosneed
ened, pull the brake cable tight until there
more
is no slack in the cable and retighten the
drastic
nut.
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MINIMOTO SPORT RACER™
BATTERY CHARGING
INFORMATION:
• Do not charge the battery on any delicate
surfaces (such as a counter top).
IMPORTANT: The new battery provided
in the MINIMOTO SPORT RACER™ MUST
BE charged for at least 12 hours before
using for the first time.
•
Only use the provided charger to charge the
battery.
•
Only use a MINIMOTO SPORT RACER™
battery or battery when operating.
The charger MUST be used only in a clean,
dry area. In addition:
•
Remove old or dead battery from the
MINIMOTO SPORT RACER™ if they do not
accept a charge.
•
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Battery charging must be done by ADULTS
only.
•
The battery must be upright when charging.
•
The charger is not a toy.
•
Do not short-circuit the battery.
•
N ever use the charger in an enclosed space.
Always ensure adequate ventilation.
•
N ever cover the electric mini bike or the
charger during charging.
•
Should anything abnormal happen to the
electric mini bike or charger, switch off the
main supply immediately and contact your
dealer.
MINIMOTO SPORT RACER™
STEPS TO CHARGE
BATTERY:
3) Before using the
MINIMOTO SPORT RACER™
for the first time, charge the
battery for at least 12
hours. Never charge the
battery for more than 30
hours.
NOTE: When the battery is
fully charged, the RED light
will be off and the GREEN
indicator light on the charger will be ON.
1) Open the protective
cover of the charger receptacle and plug the charger
into the port (Fig 10).
2) Plug the other end of the
charger into a standard
120 Volt electrical outlet.
NOTE: When properly charging, the Red indicator light
Fig 10
on the charger will be ON.
You may hear a clicking sound and see the
red and green lights flash on and off on
the charger. THIS IS NORMAL. MAKE
SURE THAT ANY SWITCHES CONNECTING
THE ELECTRICAL OUTLET ARE SET TO THE
ON POSITION.
4) It is recommended that
you always recharge the battery for a period of 8 hours. However, 80% of the
power will be charged into the battery in 4
hours. It is possible to use the
MINIMOTO SPORT RACER™ after this period, but the total running time will be
reduced.
Battery charger specifications for US standard:
1. INPUT:
AC120V 60Hz
2. OUTPUT:
DC18.0V 1500mA
3. POLARITY:
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MINIMOTO SPORT RACER™
BATTERY CARE:
•
If a battery appears to be leaking, avoid
contact with the leaking materials. Place
the battery in a plastic bag.
•
WARNING: This liquid and contents of the
battery are highly acidic. Wash your hands
immediately and thoroughly for a minimum
of 15 minutes. Do not touch your face or
eyes. If acid is internally ingested, IMMEDIATELY eat or drink water, milk, egg
whites, or milk of magnesia. Never give
emetics or induce vomiting. CALL A
PHYSICIAN IMMEDIATELY.
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•
Use ONLY a MINIMOTO SPORT RACER™
battery or battery.
N ever charge the battery for more than 30
hours.
Charge the battery after each use.
• A void running the battery down completely
as this will greatly shorten their useable life.
•
•
N ever leave the battery in an uncharged
condition. This will permanently damage it
and prevent it from being able to hold any
charge.
Disconnect the battery from the wiring if
the MINIMOTO SPORT RACER™ is to be
stored more than 2 months.
• Do not store the battery in temperatures
above 75 degrees F or lower than
–10 degrees F.
•
Check to make sure the battery are
securely in place before riding the bike.
Tighten the battery retainer if necessary.
MINIMOTO SPORT RACER™
RIDING RULES:
6) Always check to see that the kick stand
is in the up position before starting to
DIRECT ADULT SUPERVISION IS REQUIRED ride. Leaving the kick stand in the down
WHEN RIDING.
position can cause the rider to fall while
riding.
Adults should teach the appropriate safety
rules and methods before allowing anyone 7) Do not use THE MINIMOTO SPORT
to ride the MINIMOTO SPORT RACER™.
RACER™ for jumping, stunts or tricks.
The rules should be reviewed with any
This product has not been designed for
child in the vicinity that may want to ride
such use.
the mini-bike.
8) Do not touch the motor or wheels while
1) The following areas are to be avoided
they are rotating.
when riding the MINIMOTO SPORT
9) Keep hands, face, feet and hair away
RACER™:
from all moving parts.
a. Cars or traffic
b. Streets or alleys
c. Steps or steep inclines
10) Do not ride down or across steep
inclines. The MINIMOTO SPORT RACER™,
just like a bicycle, can reach unsafe
speeds, lose traction, or slip and tip over.
Ride on level ground.
d. Swimming pools, puddles, ice, or bodies of
water
11) Never ride near flammable liquids or
vapors such as gasoline, acetone or paint
e. Any area that could potentially cause harm to
thinner. Keep all flammable materials
humans, animals, or property. Ride only in
away from the MINIMOTO SPORT RACER™.
areas where permission has been granted.
2) Do not use on roads or public streets,
as this is illegal and dangerous.
12) Never wear headphones or use a cell
phone when operating.
3) Never ride the MINIMOTO SPORT
RACER™ at night.
13) Ride defensively. Remember that others around you may not see you or may be
too involved in their own actions to move
out of your way.
4) Never ride with more than one rider.
Maximum allowable weight of the rider
should not exceed 175 lbs (80 kg).
5) Always wear appropriate shoes, clothing, and protective gear. Protective gear
includes the use of a helmet, knee pads,
and elbow pads (not included).
14) Learn about and observe your local
laws regarding bicycle use.
15) Riders must be over the age of 8.
Keep away from small children.
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RIDING YOUR
MINIMOTO SPORT
RACER™:
NOTE: It will take a little
practice to get used to riding. Take it slowly and start
in a location that is very
open and away from obstacles or obstructions.
Fig 15
1) Move the foot pegs to
the down position. (Fig 11)
2) Hold onto the handlebars and move the kickstand up (Fig 12).
3) Carefully sit on the seat
with your feet supporting
you and the bike (Fig 13).
Fig 11
Fig 16
4) Place the key in the lock
and turn it to the ON position (Fig 14).
5) Using the thumb of your
right hand, QUICKLY move
the throttle control lever all
the way down (Fig 15)
WHILE AT THE SAME TIME
lifting your feet up from the
ground (Fig 16). NOTE:
Keeping your feet on the
ground too long while trying
to accelerate may cause
the fuse to blow.
Fig 12
Fig 13
ON
Fig 14
6) When you have achieved
enough speed to control
your balance, place your
feet on the foot pegs (Fig
17).
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7) Lift the throttle control
lever to adjust the desired
speed. Squeeze the brake
lever to apply the brake as
necessary.
8) BE CAREFUL: The
MINIMOTO SPORT RACER™
can reach speeds up to 10
MPH on a level surface
(depending on the surface
terrain and the weight of
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TIRE INFLATION
PROCEDURE:
WARNING: Tire inflation
must be done ONLY BY AN
ADULT. NEVER inflate the
tires above 30 PSI. Tires
should be inflated with a
standard “bicycle” type
pump. Inflation at an
Automobile service station
can easily result in over
inflation of the tires. Over
inflation of the tires can
result in serious injury or
even death.
Before inflating any tire,
make sure the key is
removed from the lock.
To inflate the front tire,
unscrew the protective cap
from the valve stem and
attach the bicycle pump as
you would with any bicycle.
To inflate the rear tires,
remove the stem cover on
the chain guard by unscrewing it with a coin. Rotate
the rear wheel in a reverse
direction until the openings
are aligned. The rear wheel
Fig 19
should be in view when
looking through the chain
guard (Fig 19). Now rotate
the tire in a forward direction until the stem is
aligned and in view through
the chain guard. Screw the
Tire Valve Connector (included in the tool kit) to extend
the tire valve through the
chain guard (Fig 20).
Attach the bicycle pump
and inflate. IMPORTANT!
Replace the stem cover
Fig 20
when finished.
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REPLACING THE FUSE:
IF YOU LOSE THE KEYS:
If the fuse is blown, the MINIMOTO SPORT
RACER™ will completely shut down.
Unscrew the fuse cap and inspect the fuse
to see if it is broken (Fig 20). A replacement fuse can be found at any local automotive parts store. The type of the fuse is
30A. DO NOT ATTEMPT
to use a larger Amperage
fuse than specified as
this may result in the
burning of the electrical
circuits.
Take your MINIMOTO SPORT RACER™ to a
local Locksmith. For a charge, they will be
able to create a new key. This is the
fastest way to get rolling again. NOTE:
Keys can be obtained by contacting the
Minimoto Service Center. You can also
have your key duplicated at any Key Shop or
kiosk. It is a good idea
to store an extra key in
a safe place.
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