Building A Pit Bike

A pit bike is a small motorcycle designed for use in pit areas at motorsport events, such as motocross, supercross, or dirt bike races. They are typically smaller and less powerful than regular motorcycles, making them easier to maneuver in tight spaces. Pit bikes are used by riders, mechanics, and support staff to quickly navigate around the pit area, transport equipment, or perform maintenance on the main race bikes.

Pit bikes often have a small engine displacement, usually ranging from 50cc to 150cc, although there are larger models available as well. They typically feature lightweight frames, small wheels, and knobby tires, similar to those found on dirt bikes. Pit bikes are not designed for street use and are typically not legal for road use due to their limited features and safety equipment.

This pit bike is powered by a 125cc, air-cooled, 4-speed manual lifan engine that theoretically puts out 8.5 kW. All of the parts were used for the bike were purchased from eBay, including the engine. The bike can reach around 50 mph with the 37T sprocket.

Watch today's video below and take a look at this well-made pit bike. Leave your cooment!