Yamaha PW 50 - A 50cc Fully Automatic Motorcycle
A lot of us who ride bikes today will remember our first time on two wheels with fondness. For some it was in a yard with our instructor on the first day of our Initial Basic Training lessons. For some it was on a friends bike. For a lucky few it was on something like Yamaha's PW 50.
The Pee Wee, as its affectionately known in these parts, is a 50cc fully automatic motorcycle designed for off road use. As well as having an adjustable throttle, so that mum or dad can control the rate of acceleration all the way down to walking pace, the machine also comes with a fully automatic gear box so your little one gets to learn about balance and throttle control.
At only 39 kilos the bike is light enough for most adults to be able to lift with one hand and small enough for children as young as three to be able to operate. For ease of use the bike comes with a separate two stroke tank as well as a main stand. There is a fully working suspension set up on either end. It's easy to service and comes with a noise damping exhaust system.
Yamaha PW 50 - Socially Responsible
The people in Yamaha are socially responsible. To that end, this is not a bike that has been made with any sort of road use in mind. The PW 50 is made for off road use only. It has been made with a set of grippy foot pegs and handlebar grips. It also has a comfortable bump absorbing seat!
The PW is only available from official Yamaha dealers. Buying from an approved store allows you to purchase the machine from someone who knows what they are selling. It also allows you to take advantage of the wealth of motorcycling advice and knowledge available from your local dealer. Everything from the contact details for the clubs that promote off road riding, to getting your child fitted for protective clothing and a helmet, as well as assistance with maintenance and advice when moving on to a bigger bike and on-going training are available.
The PW 50 is available from Yamaha dealers nationwide. Get yours before they’re all gone!