Re: Is there any Dealers who can help me?
Hey Bill, where in Michigan are you? My sister and bro-in-law live in the Grand Rapids area. They're coming out to NJ next week.
As for your question on which one to get, you have many options. I would say to stay away from shifter bikes. The Raptor 80 is garbage and the Honda is old, and has a rope pull. The only thing is that they are four-strokes. DRR has a 90cc four-stroke too, but I know nothing about it. I would stick to the two-stroke CVT bikes. Kids need to learn to ride before learning to shift. I personally think the most important feature is a foot brake. My mini only has a rear hand brake, but it is smaller than a battery-operated powerwheels and only does @20 mph. It is also lightweight (weighs only 110 lbs) and my son is just learning on it. I'll be stepping him up to a 90 this summer. You'll find two motors out there mostly. One is 82cc and the other 96cc. You can make either faster than you'd want it to be, so not a biggie to me. As for brakes, hydraulic disk brakes are nice, but the drum brakes on these bikes stop them just fine and may even last longer. Some of the guys above have 60mph Kasea that stop just fine with the rear drum brake. Its more important to have that foot brake option, than anything. Suspension is also very important. This is a good reason to stay away from the LT80 (or KFX - same bike). Look for a quality beefy frame and good construction. At this time, I think the Kasea SkyHawk 90 will give you the most bang for the buck. It has the most aftermarket support. If you like the looks and 96cc, then I'd look at the Dnili Diamondback, but the rear suspension is lagging. See TomCo to fix that. The DRR's sound nice, but they're too new to comment on. My neighbor has a DRR 50. Its stock and pretty quick. The tires suck on it though, but you'll probably want to upgrade the rubber, regardless of which bike. See WalMart for their Carlisle SnowHog tires. The LEM is plastic and has a history of falling apart. Not sure about the E-tons, but I just don't think they compare to the Kasea. Xtreme has a new bike, Pro 100. It is 96cc, and has Reverse and nice suspension geometry. But again its too new to comment on.
Best of luck,