Are you looking for a fun and safe way to introduce your kids to the world of electric bikes? If so, you might want to check out the GasGas MC-E 1.20, the latest model from the brand that specializes in electric balance bikes for beginners. This bike is designed for kids between 10 and 12 years old who want to learn the basics of balance, throttle control, and braking without the noise and hassle of a gas-powered engine.

The GasGas MC-E 1.20 electric bike is more than just a toy. It’s a high-quality bike that features a sturdy aluminum frame, nylon wheels with sealed bearings, a Manitou J-Unit Machete fork with 80mm of travel, and hydraulic disc brakes on both wheels. It also has a powerful electric motor that can reach up to 20 km/h, depending on the riding mode selected.

One of the best things about the GasGas MC-E 1.20 is that it can grow with your child as they gain more skills and confidence. You can adjust the seat height to make sure they can touch the ground comfortably, and you can also choose between three riding modes that limit the top speed and power output of the electric bike. This way, you can ensure that your child is always riding safely and at their own pace.

The GasGas MC-E 1.20 is part of a range of electric balance bikes from GasGas that cater to different age groups. The GasGas MC-E 1.12 is suitable for kids between 6 and 8 years old, while the GasGas MC-E 1.16 is ideal for kids between 8 and 10 years old. These bikes are a great way to get your kids hooked on the two-wheeled lifestyle from an early age.

If you want to learn more about the GasGas MC-E 1.20 or any of the other models, you can visit the GasGas website or contact your nearest local GasGas dealer for availability and pricing information. Don’t miss this opportunity to give your kids an unforgettable experience with electric bikes!

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