Go-Ped® Trail Ripper 46 Gas Scooter

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Quick Overview

After years of being meticulously engineered at the Skunk Werks, and raved about as the C.I.D.L.I., Patmont Motor Werks, the innovators of present day motorized scooters and creators of the Go-Ped® Brand, has just announced the release of their new pure off-road scooter, the Go-Ped® Trail Ripper 46.

No longer are paved surfaces important for Go-Ped® use.

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Go-Ped® Trail Ripper 46 Gas Scooter

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The Go-Ped Trail Ripper 46 Gas Scooter was specifically engineered to take on beaten paths that no other scooter would dare try to cross. With its state-of-the-art C.I.D.L.I. (Cantilevered Independent Dynamic Linkless Indispension) suspension system, the transition across various terrains is virtually unnoticeable. Being able to run up to 30 mph, this scooter can easily be used for competition or simply for entertainment. The “Trial Ripper” is all about off-road ventures and no stone were left unturned to help it gain that capability. With its myriad of tough-as-nails characteristics, you can tell with a single glance that this model is ready for some action.

The Go-Ped Trail Ripper 46 Gas Scooter’s frame and fork is made out of heavy duty, aircraft quality 4130 Chromyl steel. The deck has 8 inches of clearance from the ground and the C.I.D.L.I. suspension system comes with front and rear swing arms that add excellent agility for off-road trails. The swing arms are made out of very light magnesium which helps balance out the overall frame and keep the tires rooted to the ground. The kinds of tires that are used are 10 inch powerplay “TT” extra durable and knobby tires that are placed on magnesium “Mach 4” composite rims. The 45.7cc GP460RS engine is single cylindered, 2-stroke and air cooled. It can fire up to 4.5 HP and fly up a variety of small hills. The recommended fuel that’s used is unleaded (high octane) gasoline along with 2-cycle oil. The maximum capacity of fuel that this model can store is 1.5 liters. Weighing at 46lbs, the “Trail Ripper” can easily hold up to 400lbs. This motor can be started with the “pull-start” method and the centrifugal and chain drive system grants seamless acceleration and deceleration. Lastly, the “Mad Dog” rear and front disc brakes add quality responsiveness for those “close calls” while off-roading.

Yes, there is no other scooter on the market quite like the “Trail Ripper”. With additional features like a; pro brake lever, pro grips, pro clamp and the ability for the handlebars to fold up and lock for traveling ensures that this model truly is unique. With a nice bonus, the handlebars have a “Tim Patmont” motorcycle bend to them. The “Trail Ripper” has both class and ruggedness to it. Everything about off-road traveling is covered with the Go-Ped Trail Ripper 46 Gas Scooter. 

Additional Information

Brand Go-Ped
Engine GP460RS, Single Cylinder, Two Stroke, Air Cooled
Ignition Type Electronic
Carburetor Walbro
Transmission Centrifugal clutch / Chain drive
Fuel Gas & 2 Cycle oil @ 25:1
Fuel Tank (liters) 1.5 liters
Speed 30 mph
Scooter Size L-47" W-24" H-44", Folded L-47" W-24" H-24"
Handlebars Reinforced 6061-T6 aircraft aluminum & Motorcycle Style Handlebars
Frame Extreme Duty, Aircraft quality 4130 Chromyl frame
Forks Patented cantilevered aircraft quality 4130 Chromyl fork
Scooter Weight 46 lbs
Suggested Max Weight 400 lbs
Tire Size 10" Powerplay "TT"
Rims Mach 4 Composite Rims
Front Brake Mad Dog Disc Braking System
Rear Brake Mad Dog Disc Braking System
Foldable Folding handle bar for easy stowage
Additional Features *Motorcycle style racing handlebars *Pro Clamp *Pro Brake Lever *Pro grips *Race Engine *Rest at idle and freewheel capability *Side stand
Suggested Usage Competition
Suspension System Front Suspension 6” travel CIDLI adjustable suspension with anti-dive geometry, Rear Suspension 6” travel CIDLI adjustable suspension
Warranty 90 day manufacturer's warranty with a 2 year warranty on the frame and forks.

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