Orders placed after May 8th will not see MB200-2s until July 2020.
The MB200-2 minibike is considered the best overall minibike on the market.
- 6.0 HP Engine
- Front and Rear Suspension
- Torque Converter
- Hydraulic Rear Brakes
- 19" Tall Tires
- Wide Comfy Seat
- 46 Tooth rear sprocket
Ideal for teenager and adults.
Includes Free Shipping within the Contiguous lower 48 states.
Some Assembly Required.
If the MB200-2 is bought with parts, the bike will ship separately from the parts.
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. Go-karts come with a parts only warranty( there is no labor warranty).
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.
Single Cylinder, 196cc, 4-Stroke, OHV
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Torch - F7RTC
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68 x 54mm
3.8kw @ 3600rpm
10Nm @ 2500rpm
1440 +/- 150 rpm
Front Headlight Continuously on
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Low pressure tires
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Unleaded 87 octane or higher
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If you want to have a fun project and a fun bike, buy it. Mine is now road-legal in Texas and a blast to ride.
Awesome little bike. I would say the baller version of a minibike. Customer service from Gopowersports was superb. They really spent the time with me to answer all my questions over the phone before and after my purchase. Ordering more parts from them to build a spare 212cc for it today. Thanks Evan and the rest of the guys.
I have a Coleman CT200U and this TrailMaster MB200-2 is basically an upgrade in every way. Going from a centrifugal clutch to a torque converter setup is a HUGE difference. It makes the bike feel like a real motorcycle and not a toy. The clutch on the Coleman felt grabby. This setup is butter smooth. A rear disc brake is preferable to the Coleman's drum. The seat is very comfortable and has rubber mounts/insulators between it and the frame. I know it's a vibey little 1 cylinder without a counter-balancer, but really does feel way smoother than it has any right to. I'm at 5000 feet and mine did 29.7 mph out of the box carrying around 225 lbs. My Coleman did 18.5 mph out of the box and ultimately ended up at 24.5 mph after some basic mods. I'm expecting 35 mph out of this one with similar mods. I'm sure folks at a lower altitude will have an even better experience. The bike arrived in considerably better condition than my Coleman due to the metal crate it shipped in. UPS had the ship weight at 240 lbs so there was a lot of protection for the bike in transit. The bike starts easily and looks great. If you're considering a Coleman and can swing the extra coin, this is the mini bike to get.
Some of the gripes I have are the bike arrived with VERY minor cosmetic shipping damage and the front tire was completely deflated which required me to use some carb cleaner to get it set on the bead. Lastly, the motor seems to be running a little rough at idle, but that may not be the bike's fault. The only ethanol-free gas station in town has DEFINITELY sold me bad gas before and that may be what I'm experiencing.
Bike is super fun. I’ve always had dirt bikes go kart etc. and this is by far one of the funnest ones I’ve had. Stupid fast too, can’t help but smile while riding it. Now the reason for 4 instead of 5 stars. expect to have to possibly buy a part or two as the Chinese quality is not the best. Came with some damage from shipping, broken headlight and torn seat, no biggie. If your shopping for a mini bike chances are you’ve seen the horror story reviews that people post for getting a bike with chipped paint etc. but if you are even a little, and I mean little, mechanically inclined (like myself) and don’t mind tweaking the bike a little bit it can be lots of fun.
First off shout out to GoPowerSports for the timely delivery of this sick MB200, and also a premium quality 40 Series Torque Converter I purchased quickly and easily off their website for my 420 Predator kart. I bought this mini bike along with a go-kart I got off FB as a way to spend some time with my three kids, and also (hopefully) teach them about basic engine mechanics and maintenance. I made sure to put this thing through its paces before I turned any of them loose on it, and my personal experience is that this thing can take some pretty hard licks. I myself weigh 250lbs, and have pegged it out at 45 mph (downhill), took it through a lightly wooded area, made it carry me from a standing start up some pretty steep hills, and wound it out for two miles straight on flat road. As of today, my kids have ridden it about two hours daily for a week along with the abuse I've given it. As far as major issues go, I have absolutely no problems with this bike. It runs as good today as the day it was delivered and I'm sure it has a long life left on the engine. As far as fit and finish, I do have a few issues there. Firstly, and this will apply to everyone, the drive belt is just about toast currently. I just took off the torque converter cover and there are little rubber bits everywhere, it is a wonder there is any belt left. However, as I have stated, this thing has been ridden HARD and a replacement belt about this time is small potatoes. Secondly, within two days of riding we started having trouble with the bike having to be on half choke. The problem had only slightly gotten worse and I traced it to a very loose idle set screw on the top of the carburetor, probably should have a spring or something to give it more resistance to turning under vibration. And third (I saved the best for last), this starter, OMG this starter. First it wouldn't retract, then it wouldn't spool out, then it wouldn't retract again....Long story short, I have had it off the bike four or five times trying to make it do what starters are supposed to. I have given up on that thought and am simply going to order a new starter, and hopefully will find one that lasts longer. Those are my biggest complaints, although there is a weird rattle under heavy load I haven't been able to pin down yet. Mostly because it only happens when the bike is in motion and its hard for me to run alongside the bike with my kids on it, and even more difficult for me to steer one handed while diverting my attention from what is in front of me. In conclusion, definitely worth the money, but lets be real. This is an off road machine that is made for at least some level of abuse. If you expect you're going to pay top dollar for this thing to never have to work on it you probably need something a little less "hardcore." This bike is best suited for those who have at least some basic tools, and want to give it some TLC every once in a while by changing the oil, tightening loose bolts and tucking it in bed occasionally. To know this machine is to love it, from its quirks to its surprisingly torquey little engine, and I would recommend to anyone with a taste for some small engine good times.
What great customer service! The pull cord starter broke and they shipped us a new one quickly. Thank you!
Easy to work on, smooth ride and GPS has great customer service.
Very fun mini bike. My only complaint is that it has a pull cord starter that has already broken. We've only had it for a week :( I'm trying to figure out how to replace it with a kick start...
The rear shocks seem to be defective, I can push down on 1 shock and it compresses more than the other, And pull start cord assembly doesn’t retract fully on return, but other than those things everything else seems to be solid