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Rider Toys | Answered on Apr 09, 2020

Replace the battery. the factory installed batteries are junk and as cheap as they can buy.

Rider Toys | Answered on Jan 19, 2017

you can repair a broken wire provided you know exactly the pt where the wire is broken..... just turn the wire left and right at suspecious points and listen to the sound..... if you can hear a change in sound at any point, conclude that it is broken there.... cut the wire at that point and solder the wires back in the correct combination to make it work fine...

Rider Cardo... | Answered on Sep 24, 2014

the esc. u need a new esc.

Rider Infrared... | Answered on Aug 09, 2013

The first thing you need to do is to convince your caregivers,whether it's parents,grandparents,etc.that you are responsible.
This means that you should do your chores,homework,be nice to your brothers or sisters if you have any...just make sure that you do this for awhile,not for one day.
After about a month or so,sit down with mom,dad,whoever...and tell them that you really want one.
If they think you deserve to be given the chance then you could start by going to yardsales,auctions,and posting on-line for a used one.
Always start with a used one.
Trust me on this...not only am I someone's child,but I'm also someone's parent...I know how adults think.lol
If it's because of money that you can't get one then post on craigslist. You could trade someone on there for something that you have or something that you can do. Maybe some little old lady has a dirtbike in her garage and she needs a hole dug in her backyard...you could dig the hole for her and she would give you the bike.
If this is truly your passion then it will come to be. My little brother was 15 when he got his first dirtbike.He's almost 40 now,and still lives to ride and rides to live.
Good luck on your quest.

Rider Toys | Answered on Apr 10, 2013

I am having the same problem. Did you ever find the solution?

Rider Cardo... | Answered on Jul 18, 2012

Possible fault in the drive selector switch/ circuit or the motor. You can check the motor, test using a DC line to confirm. If so the selector drive is faulty. check the continuity and the DC drive feed to the motor. It is possible that the circuit is not working and so the board needs a check/replacement.

Rider Toys | Answered on Jul 11, 2011


I will advice you check manualsonline.com to search for the instruction manual of your rider.

Rider Range ... | Answered on Apr 21, 2011

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