The ninja Pocket bike.
What sets the ninja mini bike apart from other gas powered pocketbikes in its field? Due to the current North American pocket bike landscape, ninja mini bikes are also known by various other non-standard names such as super pocket bikes, super mini bikes, ninja pocket bikes, ninja pocket rockets, or super mini motorcycles. Ninja pocket bikes are a specialty gas powered pocket bike. They are usually chain driven, with 2 stroke, 49cc engines and a manual (pull start) or sometimes electric starter system. The ninja pocket bike is a slightly different animal than most other pocket bikes available today. Ninja pocketbikes are more accurately referred to in the industry as pocket superbikes, and they fill a niche in the US market.
They start with a relatively average gas powered pocket bike, and add a complete electronics package, including headlights, turn signals, brake lights, and working speedometers. For this reason, ninja pocket bikes are often sold as "street legal" to unsuspecting beginning hobbyists, and depending on the location of the consumer, they may be, but the majority of states have laws prohibiting riding and use on public streets, and the few that do allow ninja pocketbikes to be used on public roads often require you to register with that states motor vehicle department, and add mirrors, license plates, and even then they are never legal for freeway or intra-state travel. Most dealers of ninja gas pocket bikes will not provide refunds based on legal issues that you have when attempting to certify the bike for public roadways. True street legal super pocket bikes are a completely different product that exists outside the realm of the mini bike racing field.
Ninja pocket bikes aren't a favorite of racing-oriented hobbyists do to their slightly larger size, added weight and extra often unnecessary components. You wouldn't want to have any extra weight on a serious racing bike would you? On the scale that mini bikes operate, every pound and ounce counts. Racing enthusiasts tend to gravitate to models without unnecessary extras such as the Cagllari or Grand Prix line, while those with even more experience find themselves longing for fine Italian racing machines from Blata.
Ninja Pocket bikes today.
In recent years, the ninja pocket bike has lost traction among US consumers, who are looking to spend more money on performance, and less on extraneous features that add only extra weight to the bike. USA pocketbikes stocks many models that consistently outperform ninja pocket bikes. Even our lowest priced model, the Daytona Cagllari offers a similar body style, but better performance.