* Hand Guards, wider nurf bars and Wheels spacers are available separately.
The Jetmoto 125 comes in Black, Red, and Blue. Jetmoto 125cc ATV is Green Sticker for the State of California
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Jetmoto - 125 ATV
GREEN STICKER APPROVED FOR CALIFORNIA!
Some great features on the Jetmoto 125cc include:
- NEW Extended Rear Swing Arm
- Dual A-Arm Front Suspension
- Semi-Automatic 4 Spd. w/ Reverse
- Chrome Exhaust
- Hand Control Brakes
- Chain Driven
Don't forget a matching helmet - See our kids helmets
||Jetmoto - 125
||4 Stroke Horizontal Air Cooled
|| Disc (Hydraulic)
||Dual A-arm Front Soft Shocks
|Front Tire Size
|Idle Speed (rpm)
|Max. Torque (Nm/rpm)
||Extended Swing Arm w/ Mono Shock
|Rear Tire Size
|Standard Power (kw/rpm)
||4 Speed Semi-Automatic w/ Reverse
Buy Your Jetmoto- 125cc ATV From The Best!
Raceway ATV is an authorized Redcat Kazuma and Yamoto ATV dealer. We at Raceway suggest that you take the time out to do the proper research on any company before you buy anything. It is always better to be safe then sorry. We ask that you do the same research on our company. We are confident that you will be happy with the results. Don't be fooled by other so called dealer that have no experience if this field what's so ever. Raceway ATV has over 10 years of experience in the motorcycle dirt bike and ATV industry. Not only in sales but in service and riding.
We at Raceway ATV know that there is a lot more to a sale then just the purchase. Raceway ATV has earned it reputation by its professional staff and standing behind every product that we sell. If you give us the chance we will show and prove to you why everyone is saying Raceway ATV is the best online dealer in the business.
When you think ATV, Think Raceway.
Raceway ATV recommends that all ATV riders or "to be riders" visit http://www.atvsafety.org/ or call them at Toll-Free at 800.887.2887 For great safety tips and information on ATV safety classes. Atving is a great sport and plenty of fun for the whole family, but only when it is done right! Be a smart rider and visit http://www.atvsafety.org/
Also please check your local directory for safety course from certified instructors and read your manufacturer's warning label on your vehicle