2018 TaoTao DBX1 140cc Pit Dirt Bike with Manual Transmission, Front and Rear Hydraulic Disc Brakes! Chain Drive! 17"/14" Wheels!
**The main difference between the TaoTao 124cc DB27 and the TaoTao 140cc DBX1 is the engine size. Everything else on them is basically the same. They are both new models by the manufacturer**
Estimated Size Placement Chart
|140cc and up||5' and up|
|This chart shows the absolute best size person to fit in this unit. However, this does not mean someone shorter or taller could not also ride this unit.|
Looking for a nice cheaper priced but excellent quality 140cc manual dirt bike? Here it is! The TaoTao 140cc Manual Kick Start Pit Bike DBX1 has a very solid engine with an excellent track record of holding up well from our experience. The 4-stroke, air-cooled, single cylinder engine has a great balance of power for adult rides to have fun around the yard or hitting some challenging trails. This dirt bike is very easy to maintain and has a perfect 35" seat height which is just right for the average adult. With a speed of up to 52MPH, front and rear hydraulic disc brakes, a wheel base of 49", and a high 14.57" ground clearance it is perfect for the average adult rider. If you are thinking of getting a 125cc Manual dirt bike you should have this one on your list to consider.
2018 TaoTao 140cc 4 Speed MANUAL Dirt Bike with Kick Start and Free Shipping! DBX1
- Very Quick 140cc Four Stroke, Single Cylinder, Force Air Cooled Engine
- 4-Speed Manual Transmission. A 4-speed manual is ideal for fast take offs!
- Kick Start
Performance Air Filter
Tuned Exhaust Tail Pipe
Over-sized Foot Pegs
- Front Tire being a 17" which is bigger then most pit bikes
- Rear Tire 14"
- 1.5 Gallon Larger Fuel Tank which is great for longer rides
- Minor Assembly Required
bike is one of the better ones you can buy in the market for less than $1000. Our 140cc dirt bike is made for intermediate to advance riders which is why it comes as a 4-speed manual, a large gas tank of 1.5 gallons to ride far distances, a high ground clearance, and large 17" front and 14" rear tires for riding rugged terrain. This is definitely a pit dirt bike that is a fun ride and one not to miss out on!
Off-road riding is great fun! When you take
proper safety precautions, injury is less likely to occur. As a
responsible rider, you must outfit yourself in appropriate safety gear
every time you hit the trails. Doing so keeps injuries and equipment
damage to a minimum.
Buy a helmet safety approved by the Department of Transportation. It
will have "D.O.T." stamped on the back, near the base. It should fit
snugly, allowing very little head movement within the helmet.
Purchase a quality set of goggles. Trail debris can hit a rider in the
face, and sunglasses do not offer enough eye protection. Purchase
special safety goggles that easily fit over prescription eyeglasses if
Obtain a high-quality pair of off-road riding boots. Tennis shoes and
hiking boots are not safe enough for off-road trail riding. A single
rock can break an ankle on an ORV trail. Stout riding boots with
heavy-duty casings are essential trail safety gear.
Buy a comfortable pair of riding gloves. Vibration from the handlebars
can cause sore hands and wrists. A good pair of riding gloves will
absorb some of the impact and make your ride more enjoyable.
Purchase the appropriate clothing. Regardless of outside temperature,
wear a lightweight, long sleeved shirt and thick, full-length pants to
protect the skin. Breathable material is necessary, as are bright colors
easily visible to oncoming riders. Riding pants and jerseys offer the
rider much needed protection from overhanging limbs, branches, and
Acquire a chest protector. Stones thrown by other ATVs and unexpected
branches in the trail can hit a person squarely in the chest while trail
riding. It is extremely dangerous to have the wind knocked out of you
at 50 mph. A chest protector is mandatory safety gear for ORV trail
Purchase a good neck brace. It provide strong support and good
protection to your neck and it is mandatory to wear for dirt riding in