Acquiring a genuine Ducati motorcycle will surely make the kid in you go berserk, but probably so will a Meccano version.
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The new Ducati Hypermotard, a faithful reproduction of the Hypermotard 1100 Evo, unites design with the pleasure of riding. It is designed for the more expert pilots. (3 years old and up)
A throttle, a pedal brake, wheels with rubber treads and a horn...provide a genuine experience of pleasure riding.
One of the fun things about being a kid is finally learning how to ride a bike. It can be a bit scary, as they go faster than your trusty tricycle or Big Wheel. But I still remember the first time I rode without training wheels. It was a glorious 10-15 seconds before I fell and scraped my knee. Well, if you want your kids to experience this same feeling, without making them do all of the hard work like pedaling, then you should get them a Peg Perego Ducati Monster 12V electric bike.
This electric bike features many of the things you’d find on its larger counterpart. Things like a front headlight, horn, engine sounds, and shock absorbers all add to the authentic feel. You can even get up to speeds of almost 5mph. The thing that disturbs me about this is that the age range on this is 3-7 years old. It does come with training wheels, but I think I’d want my kid to have been riding a regular bike for a few years before putting them on a $470 electric motorcycle.