- Brushless 18V motor
- 18v 4Ah Lithium-Ion Battery
- 3 Speed Modes w/ Top Speed of 11 mph
- Low Speed: 5 mph
- Mid Speed: 7.5 mph
- Hi Speed: 11 mph
- Run Time 45-70 minutes
- Charge Time 70-80 minutes
- Powerful Rear Drum Brake
- Twist Grip Throttle
- Aluminum Frame
- Composite Wheels with pneumatic tires
- Weight: 19 lbs. 12 oz. without battery; 21 lbs. 14 oz. with battery
- Standover height: 13.5 inches
- Low seat height: 16.5 inches
- 2-year on the frame and 1-year warranty on motor and electric components
What size is the bike? Is the bike available in different sizes?
The Superbolt is available in one size with a standover height of 13.5 inches and the lowest seat height of 16.5 inches.
How long does it take to charge the battery?
It takes about 70-80 minutes to charge the battery.
What is the battery run time?
The battery run time varies upon the terrain and power mode but typically is about 45-70 minutes.
Can I regulate the speed of the Superbolt?
The Superbolt features an 18-volt brushless motor with 3 power modes so your child can progress from self-propelled to full-on ripping. Low Speed mode is perfect for starting out and has a top speed of 5 mph. Once the Low Speed mode is mastered, you can bump up to the Mid Speed setting, which tops out at 7.5 mph. A lot of fun and progression can be had in this setting. The fastest mode is Hi Speed, which rips up to 11 mph!
What PSI should the tires be filled to?
Refer to the sidewall of your tires for their rated pressure range.
Does the Superbolt have a warranty?
Superbolt has a limited 2-year warranty on the bicycle frame and limited 1-year warranty on the motor and electric components. Refer to the owner’s manual for more details.
Who should I contact if my PWR product has a defect?
If you think your PWR product is defective, please contact us at email@example.com or 1.888.PWR.BIKE (1.888.797.2459)
Can my child ride the Superbolt in the dirt and mud?
Yes, but the Superbolt should not be submerged in water or mud as it will cause damage to the battery and motor.
Is the Superbolt a motorcycle or a bicycle?
The combination of balance bike and dirt bike characteristics put the Superbolt in the bicycle category. As much as our mini riders like to take it on rugged desert terrain, the Superbolt isn’t a full-on motorcycle and will not handle abuse like a motorcycle.