Coleman CT200U Mini Bike
About this item
- 5.5" ground clearance
- Coleman CT200U made for off-roading
- 57" L x 26.5"W x 38"H
- Coleman CT200U parts are readily available
- 8,000 service centers in North America
If you are looking for some off-road fun, then the Coleman® CT200U Mini Bike could be the right choice. This reliable, rugged motorbike has a pull-start and automatic clutch design to make it simple to use.
What Is the Coleman Mini Bike Weight Limit?
The Coleman CT200U Mini Bike has a sturdy metal frame made for years of use. The bike can hold up to 200 pounds at a single time. Consumers weighing more than 200 pounds should not use it as it may damage the frame of the mini bike.
How Much Fuel Does the Coleman CT200U Mini Bike Hold?
The Coleman CT200U mini bike accommodates up to 1.1 gallons of fuel in its tank at a time. Many consumers state it is fuel efficient as they ride for several days on a single tank of gas. It takes unleaded gasoline with at least 87 octane. When refueling, do so outdoors in a well-ventilated area. Turn the engine off to ensure there are no flames or sparks from the engine which may catch fire.
What Is the Horsepower of the Coleman Bike?
The Colman CT200U has a 6.5 horsepower engine. The 196cc engine attains speeds of up to 24 miles per hour. Consumers should check the oil regularly and change it periodically to ensure the bike works efficiently. This engine takes approximately 0.63 quarts of SAE10W-30 oil.
Can You Take the Coleman Dirt Bike Off Road?
The design of Colman dirt bike is for off-road use. The wider, softer tires offer stability and control in the dirt and dusty environments. This bike may not be legal to use on roadways. Every city has different regulations about the operation and ownership of these vehicles. Check your local laws before operating.
For What Age Group is the Coleman Mini Bike CT200U?
With a 196cc engine, it is a little too powerful for children. The Coleman mini bike is best suited for young teens through adults. Children between the ages of 13 and 16 should have supervision while using the bike. Children under the age of 13 should not operate the motorcycle.