Introducing, the brand new Hurricane 200X Minibike from TrailMaster. The Hurricane 200X is the upgraded version to TrailMaster's MB200 minibike, that has ruled the market for years. Same frame but with more added features. The added Hydraulic Front Brake Kit gives the rider full control with superior stopping power. The upgraded, aggressive style tires will be sure to help you climb over all terrain that lies in your way. The sleek design will be sure to turn heads as your blowing past the competition.
- Powerful 196cc OHV Engine
- Front and Rear Hydraulic Brakes
- Front and Rear Suspension
- Torque Converter
- Big 19" Off-Road Tires
- Wide, Comfortable Seat
Shipping only available to Contiguous Lower 48 States, except for California. These minibikes are not CARB/EPA Compliant.
Average shipping lead times are around 5-7 business days. There is no expedited shipping available for this mini bike.
These Minibike kits may come with some scratches that are beyond our control. If you received damaged parts or parts missing, please contact us so that we may send out your replacement parts.
Warranty: Yes, most karts come with a limited warranty against manufacture defects. These are defects from the manufacturer not due to accidents, abuse or lack of maintenance. Minibike come with a parts only warranty (no labor warranty).
Assembly is required. Final assembly and maintenance does require some basic mechanical knowledge. Before purchasing, it is wise to consider your abilities to perform the needed maintenance and repairs that will be required.
There are no returns on this minibike.
- Engine Displacement 196cc
- Starting: Recoil Cord
- Spark Plug Type: Torch - F7RTC
- Cooling: Air cooled
- Ignition Type T.C.I
- Cylinder head config.: OHV
- Number of Cylinder: Single
- Combustion Cycle: 4-stroke
- Bore and Stroke: 68 x 54mm
- Compression Ratio: 8.5:1
- Rated Power 3.8kw @ 3600rpm
- Rated Torque 10Nm @ 2500rpm
- Top Speed 25-35mph
- Lights: Front Headlight Continuously on
- Drive System Type: Chain Drive
- Transmission : CVT
- 50T Rear Sprocket
- Suspension: Front Hydraulic shock; Rear Shock;
- Front and Rear Disc Brakes
- Front Tire Size AT19x7-8: Rear Tire Size AT19x7-8
- Gas Tank Capacity 1 Gal
- Fuel type: Unleaded 87 octane or higher
- Oil Capacity .53qt. (.5L); Oil Type SAE 10W-40
Dimensions and Weights:
- Crate size: 60" X 18" X 30"
- LXWXH: 66.14" X 31.5" X 38.58" (1680mmX800mmX980mm)
- Wheelbase 45.28in. (1150mm)
- Vehicle Wt. 167.5lbs
- Gross Wt.: 200lbs
- Weight Cap. 200lbs
- Ground Clearance 6.7in (170mm)
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I am 6'4" and 300lbs. Got the bike and a set of the hd springs and I haven't had this much fun since I was a little kid! Next mod is to reposition the pegs to make it a little easier to ride, a couple more HP and a better sprocket and it will be unstoppable! Thanks GoPowerSports!!!
I spent $3100 on Two 200x and on the first day me and my son road them and my throttle snapped and slid off the handlebars and made me lose control at full throttle then two days ago I was riding it and it started to knock and before I could shut it off the fly wheel let loose putting hole in the block destroying everything very upsetting after spending so much money. While it was running it was a lot of fun. Hopefully they can do something for me
I spent $3100 on Two 200x and on the first day me and my son road them and my throttle snapped and slid off the handlebars and made me lose control at full throttle then two days ago I was riding it and it started to knock and before I could shut it off the fly wheel let loose putting hole in the block destroying everything very upsetting after spending so much money.
It does not perform as well as I thought it would. A little 110 Honda has more power And will pull me up a steeper grade. I was disappointed in the lack of power that the Trailmaster has. If I would’ve been able to test drive one I would have bought the 110 Honda. The Honda fat cat 200 was definitely a more powerful bike
After doing some research and watching some YouTube videos, I decided to purchase the Hurricane 200x. Bike came and the front shock
was damaged on the fork. Emailed GoPower and had a new one in two days. Didn’t have any trouble assembling the bike and gave it the once over looking for loose bolts and whatnots. I changed the oil, checked tires and it fired right up. I am 6’ 350# guy and this bike had no trouble hauling me around but rear shocks didn’t like it. No big surprise about the shocks bottoming out. I ordered the heavy duty shocks, stage 1 kit, super pipe, and 60t rear spocket when I got the bike. I installed all my upgrades and it performs awesome. I do recommend if you are heavy guy like me to at least get the heavy duty rear shocks.
i enjoy the mini bikes very much but took a star off because one came a little damaged and needed some repairs. i ordered the parts i needed and repairs seem easy though so its not to bad.
I just bought the Hurricane model; however, I have not received it yet. I have four of the Trailmaster MB200's and have been very happy with them. On the latest one (Hurricane), I wish they would up the HP! The Front disk brakes and graphics is nice but why not more performance??
Shipping and tracking details wasn't given.
Bike was dropped off just a bit inside my driveway. Basically in the street. No heads up that it was delivered at all.
Its supposed to be the upgraded version of the mb-200 but uses the exact same motor as the mb 200..it should be a 212 or 224 so it has alil more power from the get go so then you can say its more than just tires and front brakes