Razor DXT Drift Trike Yellow, One Size

Regular price $348.09

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SKU: E-19325

Category: Bicycles, New Arrivals, Featured Product

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Estimated Delivery : September 27 - October 03

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  • Where Downhill Meets Drift. Ages-14 and up. Maximum weight-198 pounds
  • Steel trike style frame combined with Super Slider POM rear wheels
  • Riders can power slide through corners, throw fish tails or fast 180s!
  • Front free-wheel with BMX style platform pedals and alloy crank
  • Features: moto-style handlebars, pro-style grips, triple crown fork, adjustable bucket style seat, and tow hook attachment, grip tape on rear axle

Product Attributes:

Attribute NameAttribute Value
AvailabilityIn Stock
Rating4 stars and up

Ratings & Reviews

Reviewed on July 20, 2023
LOVE this trike!! Growing up in the 80s I loved my big wheel, this totally takes me back! I’m 6ft 4 and 230lbs, this thing has zero problems moving me around. I’ve used it on concrete, blacktop and even on grass. Classic hard plastic sound on the pavement, ah the memories! Set up was super easy, only thing I used was an actual socket to loosen the two top bolts instead of the supplied wrench. You can strip the bolt easily since they ship tight. Hoping the wheels hold up, if not they make replacement ones so eh no big deal. Still SUPER FUN to use!!
Reviewed on August 23, 2021
The media could not be loaded. Get outside and have fun! No excuses. Don’t know how to balance on a 2 wheeler? So what. Feel silly riding a big wheel as an adult? Get over yourself. This Razor product is like a time machine. I’m 6’0” , 220lbs , 50 and remain physically active, though I let myself go over the past 3 years. Didn’t matter at all. Riding on this with my wife was crazy fun. Loud as Hell on the pavement, but it didn’t matter to us since we were squealing even louder with delight. I was concerned about the weight limit and relied on the other reviewers who were 200lbs+. I don’t know that I would take this to a skate park and hit ramps with my extra weight (and stress on the frame), but I felt as solid on this trike as on my mountain bike. Zero tension noises from the frame. Zero wobble. The weld joints look excellent on both trikes that I bought. The ride position is as exactly as I remember on my big wheel and green machine, except my larger, too heavy frame does require that I hold myself up more. I can feel it in my hands, but the grip is plenty comfortable so I have no complaints. If you have absolutely no upper body strength and zero core strength, you might hate the riding position. But I don’t think anyone like that is buying this product. Don’t like people looking at you and passing judgment? Life’s too short to let strangers deprive you of fun because they might disapprove. Sit on one of these bada$$ trikes, and you’ll get plenty of stares. Also smiles. And thumbs up. And questions, LOTS of them. The build is simple. The design is brilliant. I was considering a drift trike that cost $425+ but it wasn’t in stock for two months. I kept looking and found this …. for $169. I was prepared to spend nearly $900 for two, so I saved nearly $600. Crazy! I knew it would be fun to ride this with my wife, and I wasn’t disappointed. We have an amazing time. In fact, our teenagers were jealous and begged to take them out after. As far as suggestions or expectations, I’d love to see an option to replace the rear wheels with rubber treads. I’d probably regret installing them because the plastic is just so loud, obnoxious and FUN, but it would make it easier to communicate with other riders and would be quiet enough to ride at night without waking neighbors. A quick release feature for the rear wheels, paired with a rubber tread option, would be 110% value added. I didn’t see it in the product description, but the trike comes with a long, bright yellow pendant flag for the back. Sitting so low to the ground, drivers might not see you. The bright flags are a great, safety idea. I didn’t install them, but intend to. [10 DAY UPDATE - REMOVED ONE STAR] PROBLEM 1: Riding for an hour and the pedal crank fell off. Seriously?! The bolt had come loose. This is not a bolt that is part of the installation process but should be. You would be well served to tighten the bolt, even apply some thread lock, before you ride. Minus one star. PROBLEM 2: I tightened the heck out of the seat bolts, but 3 of the 4 rattled loose and fell out. The result is a loose, shifting seat which is very annoying (and potentially dangerous). The solution poses a catch-22. You can apply thread lock to keep the bolts from rattling loose, but then you won't be able to easily adjust the seat for another rider. This wouldn't be such a problem if there wasn't so much shaking and rattling, but that's what you get with (fun) plastic rear wheels. HEY MANUFACTURER, can you please send me replacement seat bolts? I would remove a half star for this, but there's no option for it. PROBLEM 3: Not so much a problem, but a reminder to check your brakes. Adjust them and tighten them. The pads can be raised or lowered to come into maximum contact with the rim. Adjust them, then tighten the hex bolts so the brake pad stays in place. I found that after riding for a couple of days, the brake pads shifted and stopping became foot-powered. I consider this to be part of basic maintenance for any bike or vehicle, so I'm not bothered by this.
Reviewed on May 31, 2023
This was a Christmas gift for my 11 year old. It was perfect for his size. Putting it together, one part had some difficulty but overall was fairly easy to put together. Most of it was already built. I expected the wheels to be plastic as described for drifting but I was hoping they would be a bit more durable. One wheel has not lasted 6 months but only got a crease line cut, not a hole in it, so based on how much he has used it, I feel it could have lasted a bit longer than it did. A long cut has developed but as far as riding, the wheel has not collapsed so he's still able to ride it and as long as he isn't riding too rough with it, he can ride it normal but he's not drifting so he can make it last longer.
Reviewed on July 06, 2023
Really study and nice color! Bought it, assembled but had to return because my son still wasn't big enough. Most likely going to be purchasing again soon because my eldest son now wants one for his birthday.
Reviewed on July 03, 2023
I wanted to be able to ride a big wheel with my grandson and so i ordered this and i love it! it slides on a turn just like a big wheel. Great product.
Reviewed on June 24, 2023
Very good bike, but the brakes wore out very quickly. I’ve only had it for little over a month and the brakes don't work any more. While trying to tighten the brakes, the metal where the cap is to tighten it bent. 4 stars
Reviewed on July 11, 2023
I have 6 of them. Won best cycle for City fo Lakewood parade
Reviewed on June 30, 2023
it is the funest to use make shure to put a pillow where you sit and tighten the screws real good