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This neat little Razor mini Bike is ideal for kids aged 13 years and upwards and supports a weight of up to 170 pounds. It has a high torque motor and can do speeds up to 15 mph. If you want to get one on sale (currently 30% off) check out this link: Razor Pocket Rocket Electric Mini Bike

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