This is a far cry from the pedal cars you grew up with. This Jeep-branded pedal car is perfect for off-roading kids who want a thrill. The Jeep Revolution BFR-3 pedal go-kart has three gears, plus reverse, a swing axle to keep it stable on rough terrain, and over-sized air-filled tires including a spare.
McLaren recently announced that they are developing a pure electric vehicle. To celebrate, the company is releasing a primer EV: a McLaren P1 Ride-On for kids age 3 to 6.
This kid-sized version of the hybrid supercar even comes with the original’s scissor (aka billionaire) doors, so your kid can impress all the other kids on the playground.
I think that any Spartan soldiers looking for a beautiful death would gladly strap into this homemade jet-powered go-kart. They would undoubtedly need a way to attach a shield and spear to it.
Power comes from a customized Boeing gas turbine turbojet engine that pushes out 300 pounds of thrust.
Mario Kart is awesome, but it just makes you wish you had a real life version to zip around in and throw banana peels and turtle shells. Well Razor is making a real life version. The Razor Cray Cart XL is a follow-up to a smaller version they made for kids a while back.
If you have ever wanted a real life Mario Kart, we have some great news for you. You will be able to buy one very soon. This is a “full size” 6V ride-on Mario Kart, ready for you to climb onto it and let some turtle shells fly.
Simon Burfield should get in touch with Eric Steenstra so they can have a LEGO go-kart race. Burfield used 16 Power Functions XL motors, 8 Power Functions battery packs and 20 Exo-Force wheels to make his life-size go-kart.
We’ve seen a few vehicles made out of LEGO before, but those were either tiny, non-functioning or had non-LEGO parts. Which is why Eric Steenstra’s go-kart trumps them all. It’s life-sized, it runs, it can carry a driver and most of all it’s made from nothing but LEGO products.
See Dave. See Dave smile. See Dave ride his toilet cart. See Dave become the envy of geeks everywhere. Dave took a stripped down go-kart and turned it into something special – something that the Shriners with their fancy little hats and their little go-karts would be jealous of at the next parade.
The Tumbler in Christopher Nolan’s Batman Begins and The Dark Knight is arguably the most bad-ass version of the Batmobile ever. It’s a damn stealth tank is what it is. Now, thanks to auctioneer tully712, you can have your own Tumbler.