Revvi Twelve" kids’ electric bike launched

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Published on 29 January 2019 by Charlie Bliss

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Filed under Category: The world of motorcycling

A new electric motorbike for children has been released.

The Revvi Twelve” is an electric balance bike that teaches children throttle control from an early age. The models are suitable for riders from the ages of two to six years.

The environmentally-friendly bikes weigh 9kg and feature two different speed settings: fast or slow. The company recommends that the youngest riders refrain from using the power input until the age of three. Four-year-olds can then progress to the slow setting, which travels at 5mph, while five to six-year-olds can enjoy the twist-and-go ‘fast’ setting which travels at 10mph.

Revvi also supplies super lightweight helmets for children which weigh 395g.

Director Don de Graaff said: “I started Revvi four years ago when I saw a gap in the market for high-quality kids’ electric bike for a reasonable price. We now have a dealer network across the UK that is growing. It gives me great satisfaction when I see young kids enjoying our products and progressing on to bigger bikes having learnt using a Revvi.”

The new electric marque is available for pre-order in five different colours with a starting price of £299.

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