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Allegro Micro Sport Bike 1/20th Scale Motorcycle (RTR) (Green)

Allegro Micro Sport Bike 1/20th Scale Motorcycle (RTR) (Green)

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238000012-0
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Experience the thrill of racing a sport bike style motorcycle in miniature with the Allegro 1/20th scale Micro Sport Bike. This ready to run motorcycle just needs its battery charged to be ready to run. Featuring a electronic gyro in the rear wheel, the Allegro is ultra stable, allowing it to drive slow for tight cornering, yet apply full throttle and she comes alive. Ultra speedy performance for a model of this size. Molded rubber tires allow the Allegro to grip on even smooth surfaces with ease, and spring action front and rear suspension soaks up minor bumps no problem.

The onboard battery is a 1S 3.7V 120mah LiPo which gives the Allegro about 6~8 minutes of running time. It is housed in a small holder inside the scale fairing, making it nearly invincible. For convenience, a USB powered charger is included meaning you can charge from virtually anywhere. Should you get stuck somewhere with no room to turn around, there is even a reverse feature to help get you un-stuck. The pistol grip style transmitter is designed so that you can switch the steering wheel from the right side to the left side to suit your driving style. All this takes just about 10 seconds to swap over.

Features:
• Completely "Ready to Run"
• MEMS electronic gyro stability system
• Fully proportional throttle control
• Functioning front and rear suspension
• Reverse function for backing out of tight areas
• Pre-installed guide wires helps to prevent leaning over too far
• 1S 3.7V 120mah LiPO running battery, and USB charger included
• Ambidextrous steering control, wheel can be on left or right side of transmitter

Specs:
Length: 110mm
Battery: 3.7V 120mAh Lipoly
Transmitter: 2.4gHz
Charge Time: 30 Min.
Run Time: 6~8 Min.
Range: 30M

Required:
2 x AA battery for transmitter

This model is also available in RED

  • SKU 238000012-0
  • Brand -
  • Shipping Weight 490.0000
  • Length 310.00
  • Width 110.00
  • Height 160.00
  • Capacity (mAh) 120.00
  • Discharge(c) -
  • Max Charge Rate(C) -
  • Length-A(mm) -
  • Height-B(mm) -
  • Width-C(mm) -
  • Allegro 1/20 Scale RTR Motor Bikes
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Not even buyable in the netherlands

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Not even buyable in the netherlands

Allegro Micro Sport Bike 1/20th Scale Motorcycle (RTR) (Green) (US Warehouse) at so fun ride

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Cheap and nasty and pretty much a piece of rubbish, save your 20

I was looking forwards to getting this and when it arrived it looked good in the packing and looked like it was decent quality.

Once unpacked and on the first use on a straight the back wheel looked wonky. On inspection the rear axcel was falling out. Basically its a pin through the centre of the wheel but its so poorly made it falls out of the side of the bike.

The display stand was not in the box and when trying to run this it is very noisey. Personally I would save your 20 and put it towards a better quality product. Mine is now a expensive paper weight on my desk.

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Cheap and nasty and pretty much a piece of rubbish, save your 20

I was looking forwards to getting this and when it arrived it looked good in the packing and looked like it was decent quality.

Once unpacked and on the first use on a straight the back wheel looked wonky. On inspection the rear axcel was falling out. Basically its a pin through the centre of the wheel but its so poorly made it falls out of the side of the bike.

The display stand was not in the box and when trying to run this it is very noisey. Personally I would save your 20 and put it towards a better quality product. Mine is now a expensive paper weight on my desk.

ne surtout pas acheter la moto marche toutes seule ds que l'on allume impossible de faire fonctionne la radiocommande avec. Argent jet par les fentres.

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ne surtout pas acheter la moto marche toutes seule ds que l'on allume impossible de faire fonctionne la radiocommande avec. Argent jet par les fentres.

not worth buying save your money I bought two for my son but they have no steering from the transmitter no matter what type of ground you are on.

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not worth buying save your money I bought two for my son but they have no steering from the transmitter no matter what type of ground you are on.

Have one and tested. Couple of things to note: 1) don't freak out about the wheel running, it's actually the mechanical gyro in the wheel spooling up, you'll note that if you stop the tire with your finger it still spins 2) Steering is bang/bang, not proportional and it's a weight inside, the fork itself doesn't steer, it follows My last RC motorcycle was a custom Kyosho HOR bike with oil shocks, alu fork/rear/gears, soft tires, spec'd wheel weights, castle mamba brushless, and a digital steering servo. (Sold because I got bored/ADD) For 20 dollars this is every bit as much fun to screw around with as the HOR was. The challenge of driving is very similar (though steering isn't quite as precise) and it's faster than I anticipated it would be for a cheap RTR. It steers perfectly fine just like in the video IF you are running on surface the tires can get traction on. If you are having trouble, suggest wiping the tires down with a Kleenex dampened with "Simple Green" cleaner (the old RC car guys will know this trick) and let them sit for a couple minutes. They should tack up a bit. Running on pavement I'm blown away at how good this is for the 20 dollar investment. It doesn't drive like my HOR did but it is just as much fun. Buy 2 and have fun racing them, it's a great challenge. Good value for the money HK.

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Have one and tested. Couple of things to note: 1) don't freak out about the wheel running, it's actually the mechanical gyro in the wheel spooling up, you'll note that if you stop the tire with your finger it still spins 2) Steering is bang/bang, not proportional and it's a weight inside, the fork itself doesn't steer, it follows My last RC motorcycle was a custom Kyosho HOR bike with oil shocks, alu fork/rear/gears, soft tires, spec'd wheel weights, castle mamba brushless, and a digital steering servo. (Sold because I got bored/ADD) For 20 dollars this is every bit as much fun to screw around with as the HOR was. The challenge of driving is very similar (though steering isn't quite as precise) and it's faster than I anticipated it would be for a cheap RTR. It steers perfectly fine just like in the video IF you are running on surface the tires can get traction on. If you are having trouble, suggest wiping the tires down with a Kleenex dampened with "Simple Green" cleaner (the old RC car guys will know this trick) and let them sit for a couple minutes. They should tack up a bit. Running on pavement I'm blown away at how good this is for the 20 dollar investment. It doesn't drive like my HOR did but it is just as much fun. Buy 2 and have fun racing them, it's a great challenge. Good value for the money HK.

This is a 4/5 product, why not full marks is because there are room for improvement. Its a palm size, quiet yet super fast bike that can zoom around your neighborhood for the adrenaline rush and durable enough to take a few collisions. Running time is short though, 6-8 min of fun for a 15-30 min charging time.
What i like about this product is the speed for such a small bike and the ability to take small jumps. i doubt it can take hard jumps given the weak looking suspension system.
What i dislike about this product is it runs when i switched on. It can be argued that it is for the starting momentum, but i prefer to control it myself using the controller. It looks really cool in the product video by hobbyking when it is taking those sharp turns, but when tested out, it cannot take sharp turns at slow speed, not as shown in the video. Another thing that need improvement is the binding system. it can only bind to the bike if the bike is switched on first.
Overall a good buy for simple fun and enjoyment at a cheap price.

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This is a 4/5 product, why not full marks is because there are room for improvement. Its a palm size, quiet yet super fast bike that can zoom around your neighborhood for the adrenaline rush and durable enough to take a few collisions. Running time is short though, 6-8 min of fun for a 15-30 min charging time.
What i like about this product is the speed for such a small bike and the ability to take small jumps. i doubt it can take hard jumps given the weak looking suspension system.
What i dislike about this product is it runs when i switched on. It can be argued that it is for the starting momentum, but i prefer to control it myself using the controller. It looks really cool in the product video by hobbyking when it is taking those sharp turns, but when tested out, it cannot take sharp turns at slow speed, not as shown in the video. Another thing that need improvement is the binding system. it can only bind to the bike if the bike is switched on first.
Overall a good buy for simple fun and enjoyment at a cheap price.

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