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The Razor Pocket Rocket Mini Bike

Get ready for electrifying fun with the new Pocket Rocket electric motorcycle. Kidzworld has the 411 on Razor's wildest ride yet!

The Pocket Rocket is an electric powered replica of a real racing pocket bike that's perfect for thrill seekers looking for motorized two-wheel excitement. It's made of durable steel and is aerodynamically designed for maximum coasting pleasure. The Pocket Rocket travels up to 15 miles per hour and is powered by a rechargeable electric battery that provides more than 45 minutes of electrifying drive time.

This Razor Pocket Rocket electric mini-bike is ideal for bombing around your backyard or driveway - but it's not meant for riding on freeways or other high-traffic areas. Remember: whenever you're riding anything with wheels, you should always wear proper safety equipment including a helmet and pads.

The Razor Pocket Rocket electric pocket bike will be in stores in late May or early June 2004 for $229.99 US (so start nagging your parents for an allowance increase now)!

Electrifying Fun Fact

Electricity travels 186,000 miles (297,000 km) per second. If you traveled that fast, you could travel around the world eight times in the time it takes to turn on a light switch.

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