Week in and week out, there are always new products hitting the RockyMountainATVMC.com website. We take pride in everything that we stock, but sometimes some new, exciting, ingenious, or just plain cool products get lost in the mix. So, here are some of the parts and accessories that you might’ve missed from last month.
STACYC Electric Balance Bike
Price: $649.00 – $699.00
Learning how to ride can be scary. Sending your three year old out to the track on a 90 lb. bike can be even scarier. Luckily for you parents out there, gone are the days of starting your young ripper directly on a PW50. With the STACYC Electric Balance Bike, the PW50 is something your little rider can build up to. There are currently two models of the innovative bike available. The first, the 12eDrive, is designed for children aged 3-5 years old, under 75 lbs., and with an inseam of 14-20″. The bike has a 13” seat and three different power modes: Low – 5 mph; Transitional – 7 mph; High – 9 mph. An additional non-powered mode helps teach the basics of balance and push without the pressure of throttle control. The second bike, the 16eDrive, works well for 4-8 year old children that are under 75 lbs. and have an inseam of 18-24”. On this bike, the seat is 17” high with and the power modes boast 5 mph, 7.5 mph, and 11 mph, respectively.
While the seat heights and power modes are different on the two models, the convenience of the battery is not. With a 30-60 minute run-time depending on the power mode, the battery on either bike can be easily disconnected, reconnected, and charged.
With these features combined, the STACYC Electric Balance Bikes are the future of riding. Give your little rider the confidence, skill, and motivation to succeed on the track by starting them on a STACYC bike today.
Nebo Transcend Rechargeable Headlamp
You’d be surprised how useful a headlamp can be. Whether you’re setting up camp or making a trail-side fix in the dark, a hands-free light source makes the task that much easier. Make it a rechargeable light like the Nebo Transcend Rechargeable Headlamp, and you’ve got a convenient and capable accessory for every ride.
Nebo’s Transcend headlamp comes packed-full of helpful features like a battery charging indicator light, a magnetic base, and an adjustable, reflective head strap. Operation for the light is easy, too – a side-positioned button allows for selection of light output. The headlamp has five options – High, Medium, Low, Strobe, and Turbo – and the light can last anywhere from 2.5-5 hours depending on the output. As designed by Nebo, the Transcend goes beyond the range of limitations.
Nebo Transcend Rechargeable Headlamp Product Features:
- Has 5 outputs: High (450 lumens); Medium (170 lumens); Low (30 lumen); Strobe (450 lumens); Turbo (1,000 lumens)
- USB rechargeable with battery charging indicator
- Detachable head strap mount with adjustable tilt
- .3125 lbs.
- Dimensions: 1.02″ H x 3.72″ W x 1.57″ D (light only)
Tusk Under Hood Storage
$25 spends pretty easily. A quick bite to eat, the newest movie at the theater – it all comes in at a reasonable $25. What if we told you that, for less than that, we could offer a unique storage solution for those pesky just-in-case accessories for your UTV? Coming in at $23.99, the Tusk Under Hood Storage is just what you’ve been waiting for. Installing under – you guessed it – the hood of your UTV, the durable polyethylene, machine-specific piece serves as a storage place for extra tools, a tow strap, a spare drive belt, and whatever else you may need to carry. Available for the RZR 900 and 100 models, Tusk’s offering is the perfect way to keep track of all those spare parts should you ever need them in a pinch.
LiquidAider Wireless Push Hydration System
For many enduro riders, desert racers, and more, hydration is a constant concern. You need to stay hydrated, but you can’t stop riding every time you need a drink of water. So, you get a hydration pack, but your bits can get worn out or dirty quickly, or they can just be hard or annoying to use. Enter the LiquidAider system, an inventive solution to the age-old problem. The first of its kind, the LiquidAider is a wireless, push-button hydration system that spouts water into your helmet –no stopping your bike or bit required.
So how does the system work? It’s easy – a wireless pump plugs into your hydration bladder, a nozzle is added to your helmet, and a button to the handlebars or roll cage of your machine. Push the button and water squirts through your helmet and into your mouth. The handsfree tech is some of the most unique to hit the market recently, and it’s been championed by top riders like Cody Webb. If you’re looking for a way to enhance your ride, the LiquidAider would be a great place to start.
Liquidaider Product Features:
- Adds the same weight to your helmet as a cup of water (9 oz.)
- Manual pump with auto shutoff after 4 hours of non-use
- Coin cell battery lasts an entire season
- Pump battery will ump up to 40 liters of water between charges
- Comes with 4 helmet nozzles for right- or left-side use
Nelson Rigg Trails End Tail Bags
Price: $94.96 – $134.96
These days, a good adventure rider doesn’t just know what to pack, but how to best pack it. It’s all about going farther while packing less – or at least packing what you need smarter. That can be a tricky balance to find, but companies like Nelson Rigg are making it easier by designing products like the Trails End Tail Bags to maximize the space and storage on your bike. Coming in two sizes, the Trails End Tail Bags cater to both dual sport/enduro bikes and bigger ADV bikes. The size is the only difference between the two bags, though – the same conveniences and functionality carry through both bags.
The same proprietary UltraMax® fabric that made the Nelson Rigg Commuter Bags so popular is woven through the Trails End bags, providing the highest level of UV protection. This fabric helps the bags hold their shape even while empty, and MOLLE webbing, heavy-duty buckles, and inner self-fastening straps makes mounting, securing, and storing your bag and subsequent cargo a cinch. For a durable, lasting, and extremely user-friendly storage option, you’d be hard pressed to find something better than what Nelson Rigg has to offer.
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Tell Us What You Think
Which one of these new products is your favorite? Which one are you going to be picking up next? Or do you already have some of the items on this list? Let’s talk about it in the comments below!
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